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Grateful Dead Drummer "At the Edge"

Fresh Air producer Amy Salit talks with Grateful Dead drummer, Mickey Hart. Hart's also long been involved with the drumming traditions of other cultures. Hart has a new book called "Drumming At the Edge," and a CD called "At the Edge."

08:28

From the Archives: Cameroon-French Musician Manu Dibango.

Composer and saxophonist Manu Dibango. He is considered one of the founders of world music. Dibango's first album, "Soul Makossa," was a big hit in 1973. His autobiography Three Kilos of Coffee (The University of Chicago Press) was released last year. His latest album is called "Wakafrika" (Giant Records). (REBROADCAST FROM 8/15/94) (Interview by Marty Moss-Coane)

14:47

Cameroon-French Musician Manu Dibango

Dibango is considered one of the founders of world music. His first album, "Soul Makossa," was a big hit in 1973. His latest album is called "Wakafrika" and blends traditionally African music with European pop. This album features such artists as Youssou N'Dour, Peter Gabriel and Sinead O'Connor. His new autobiography is "Three Kilos of Coffee."

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