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Moonlight Jam

An excerpt from the production of the documentary in the works. During the production we worked to put together a concert of Bluefields ALL-STAR musicians.
The day of the concert there was no power so we were left in the dark. However the showed went on and all the musicians began jamming in the parking lot. The result was moonlight jam session with the best Bluefields musicians remixing tradition folk songs. The video looks rough ,but the sound is of a unique quality.

filmmaker: BluefieldsSoundSystem

country: Nicaragua

channel: arts & culture

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