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Being a true-blue union man, your Miner is off to fulfill his contractually mandated vacation time. Trust me, he'd rather remain in his underground perch, pickaxing his way through the cultural substrata on your behalf. (And besides, it's about 50 degrees cooler down there!) This will be the last Motherlode for a few weeks, so it'll be up to you to work out your own time-eviscerating activity. I hear you can poke around the Internet and find thing or two to do. Stay hydrated!
Chiemi Eri & Tokyo Cuban Boys ~ Chiemi's Folj Song Collection
(Blog: Jenny Is in a Bad Mood)
"Eri rarely sang traditional Japanese themes, so the album reviewed here is a rarity. This was accompanied by the Tokyo Cuban Boys, who were obviously a big band that played Latino issues. Formed in 1949, was one of the first formations to introduce the mambo in the country of the rising sun. In the 70 concerts offered by different parts of the world as the USSR, Mexico and Cuba itself. The band dissolved in 1980. This big band serves as a support group for showcasing Eri and gives brilliant luster to compositions." (Google Translate version of description by Roberto, at Jenny Is in a Bad Mood )