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Crossing the crossroads, the Friendly Ghost stumbles through a set of Haitian roots music, from Rara to ritual drums, visitations with Legba, chants, enchantments, re-enchantments and chalk markings, though he speaks no Kreyol... yet. Hitmakers: Issa El Saieh, Ti Paris, Frantz Casseus, Manno Charlemagne, and the Wandering Rara Band from Petionville.
 

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