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Julieta Venegas on World Cafe

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Hermanos Gutiérrez: How their cinematic guitar music reconnected them as brothers

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Cuban singer Pablo Milanes performs at the Ciudad Deportiva Coliseo in Havana, Cuba, on June 21, 2022. Milanes, the Latin Grammy-winning balladeer who helped found Cuba's "nueva trova" movement and toured the world as a cultural ambassador for Fidel Castro's revolution, died early Tuesday, Nov. 22, 2022, in Spain, where he had been under treatment for blood cancer. Yamil Lage/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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Natalia Lafourcade's newest album has been a long time coming

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Artists featured on the best music of October episode (from top left, clockwise): Maral, Open Mike Eagle, Natalia Lafourcade, Víkingur Ólafsson, Plains. Courtesy of the artists hide caption

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NPR's favorite music of October, from ancestral grooves to hip-hop nostalgia

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For Guitarricadelafuente, looking back on the traditions of his grandparents' tiny village in Aragon is a way of reconstructing a home and identity that he can actually make sense of. David Gomez-Maestre hide caption

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Drawing on folk traditions, Spanish musician Guitarricadelafuente bridges generations

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Singer and songwriter iLe's third album, 'Nacarile,' finds a world deeply in flux

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Linda Ronstadt on her new book 'Feels Like Home'

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Alt.Latino's Anamaria Sayre on World Cafe

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