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Gary Sullivan has a unique view of New York and the music there — he spends a lot of time in the city's many immigrant communities, looking for the music that people are listening to.
Sullivan speaks with Here & Now's Jeremy Hobson about some of what he's found.
Wrinkar Experience, "Fuel for Love" (Nigeria, 1970s)
Najwa Karam, "Rouh Rouhi" ("Soul of My Soul," Lebanon, 1999)
Phumphoung Douangchan, "Maih Cah" (Thailand, 1980s)
苍蝇乐队 (The Fly), "美好生活" ("The Good Life"), (China, 1997)
This segment aired on October 27, 2016.