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Various - Cafe Latino
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Various - Cafe Latino
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Cafe Latino
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Weltmusik

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Cafe Latino
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Weltmusik

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Cafe Latino
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Cafe Latino ab 22.49 € als CD: . Aus dem Bereich: Musik,

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Cafe Latino
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Cafe Latino ab 23.94 € als CD: . Aus dem Bereich: Musik,

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Elvis - 8 Movies DVD Collection
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MEIN LEBEN IST DER RHYTHMUS: Kaum ist er aus der Highschool geflogen, rockt er das französische Viertel wie noch nie jemand zuvor... ACAPULCO: Elvis zieht es in den Süden - singend, als Lebensretter und auf dem besten Weg zum Latino-Draufgänger. BLAUES HAWAII: Elvis sagt 'Aloha' zum Paradies und schlüpft in die Rolle eines Ex-GI ... SEEMANN AHOI: Ein Taucher der US-Navy entdeckt ein versunkenes Schiff voller Schätze... GIRLS! GIRLS! GIRLS!: Elvis führt die Ladys als Charterboot-Kapitän auf See - große Träume inklusive. CAFE EUROPA: Ein singender GI träumt davon, einen eigenen Nachtclub zu besitzen... KÖNIG DER HEIßEN RHYTHMEN: Elvis ist ein Gitarre spielender Biker, der bei Schaustellern aushilft... SÜDSEEPARADIES: Ein heißblütiger Hubschrauberpilot rockt die Insel...

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Klezmer Blues and more
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Melanie's Melancholy|LIMO RAG|YOU NEVER WALK ALONE BLUES|LIAMAME|TEATIME RAG|KLEZMER WALTZ|NO EXCHANGE|AT THE BAZAAR|CAPPUCCINO RAG|TAKE A BREAK|SAMBA|KEEP IN TOUCH|COLA RAG|BLUES EXPRESS|HABANERA DE LA MORRINA|LAND OF MILK AND HONEY|PIZZA RAG|I'M NOT AS BLACK AS I'M PAINTED|TANGO LATINO|MY FIRST BICYCLE|CHAMPAGNER RAG|RHUMBA|FINAL EMBRACE|THE LITTLE TIGER BLUES|LONELINESS|CAFE AU LAIT RAG|BLUE MONDAY|NIGUN DIA SIN TI|MOTHER'S POSTCARD|DOWN TOWN BLUES|HABANERA DEL AMOR|THE DANCING DONKEY|LATTE MACCHIATO RAG|EAT MY SHORTS MAN|BOSSA NOVA|QUIET LOVE|TANGO MEJICAN|Who Cares|TRAGICAL ROMANCE|SWING IT|LOLITA BAILA|GOODBYE KISS|HOT CHOCOLATE RAG|LET'S GO SLOW|A NIGHT IN JERUSALEM|DO YOU KNOW MRS BUMBLE BEE

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My Nature Is Hunger: New and Selected Poems 198...
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'This poetry is of the barrio yet stubbornly refuses to be confined in it-Rodriguez's perceptive gaze and storyteller's gift transport his world across neighborhood boundaries.'-'Publishers Weekly' on 'Trochemoche' 'While filled with the heart and words of Chicano culture, Rodriguez's poems transcend the scope of race and ethnicity. The topics he addresses in this book-relationships, justice, love, and the irony of daily life-are, or should be, the subjects that envelop us all. It is this universality, cloaked in the specific encounters of his life that make his writing as gripping to readers living in inner-city America as to those living in small-town USA.'-'Sojourners' on 'Trochemoche' 'My Nature is Hunger' is the first poetry collection in five years by this major award-winning Latino author. It includes selections from his previous books, 'Poems Across the Pavement,' 'The Concrete River,' and 'Trochemoche,' and 26 new poems that reflect his increasingly global view, his hard-won spirituality, and his movement toward reconciliation with his family and his past. Though Rodriguez is the most authentic voice of the barrio, many reviewers have commented on the universality of his work. The son of Mexican immigrants, Luis J. Rodriguez grew up in Watts and East Los Angeles. He began writing in his early teens and eventually won national recognition as a poet, journalist, fiction writer, children's book writer, and critic. He is currently working as a peacemaker among gangs on a national and international level. After spending 15 years in Chicago, Rodriguez returned with his family to Los Angeles, where he helped create Tia Chucha's Cafe & Centro Cultural, a multi-arts, multimedia cultural center in the northeast San Fernando Valley.

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