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Les Miserables Brass Band's Creative Unpredictability.

Jazz critic Kevin Whitehead reviews "Manic Traditions," the new album by Les Miserables Brass Band. They're an eclectic group that plays brass music from around the world, as well as original works. (They're on the Northeastern label).



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Fresh Air with Terry Gross, June 11, 1990: Interview with Salvador Minuchin; Review of Les Miserables Brass Band's albums "Manic Traditions"; Interview with Herk Harvey and John Clifford; Review of…


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