Luis Chaluisan Salsa Magazine Music-Book-Posters and Newspaper Clippings Archived http://lnkd.in/dzjS6eD

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William Schurk Sound Recordings Archivist BGSU Music Library and Sound Recordings Archives talks with Salsa Magazine Editor Luis Chaluisan regarding the induction of Little Otis and the Upsetters (plus development of the Upsetters Repertoire by La Gran Orquesta El Extreme Luis Chaluisan) in the Jerome Library Archives as being contributors to the NW Ohio Pop Culture scene by introducing Caribbean and Original Latin Tinge Alternative Rock 1982-84.
The Music Library and Sound Recordings Archives (ML/SRA) support curriculum in Music, Popular Culture, and American Culture Studies. With almost a million recordings, the Sound Recordings Archives represents the largest collection of popular music recordings in an academic library in North America. Our collections also include books, scores, and video formats covering music studies from multiple angles. We have something for everyone!

— with Luis Chaluisan at Bowling Green State University.

 

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