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In the early '80s,
a friend gave me...

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a record that complicated
my life.

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It got me hooked on Latin jazz.

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In 1 995, for the final scene
of my film, Two Much...

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some of my favorite musicians...

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played in Miami's Lincoln Road.

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It was a highlight
of my filmmaking career.

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A magical night.
I was filming the miracle of music.

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That's when I began dreaming...

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of a whole film about this
most exciting form of music.

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"CALLE 54"

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"New Jersey"

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Paquito D'Rivera was born
with a sax.

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Tito Rivera, his father,
a classical saxophonist...

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ordered Paquito's first sax
when he was only three.

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Paquito became a child prodigy.
"The world's smallest sax player"

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"Paquito D'Rivera"

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I owe a great debt to Paquito.

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There's no remedy for the blues
like the sound of his sax.

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A Paquito solo can brighten
the darkest day.

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Dad's best gift wasn't my sax
but my mother.

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Eliane Elias--
Latin jazz in all its elegance.

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Born in Sao Paolo, she was
the daughter of a classical pianist.

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She began playing piano in her teens
with Vinicius de Moraes...

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remaining with him until his death.

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"Puerto de Santa Maria"
"(Cadiz, Espana)"

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For years, there were many attempts
to merge flamenco and jazz.

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Most remained attempts,
impressive as some were.

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Chano Dominguez was the first
"bilingual"musician of the form.

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His music produced a miracle--

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a handshake between
Monk and Camaron.

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"The Bronx"
"(New York)"

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In the late '60s...

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Puerto Ricans clashed with police.

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It climaxed in an assault
on a Bronx precinct house.

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The quarter was dubbed
"Fort Apache. "

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Hence the name of the group
formed by the Gonzalez brothers...

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Jerry and Andy.'
The Fort Apache Band.

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Andy visits the old family home
where he andJerry grew up.

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Some of the big hits
of the '70s were created here.

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Here, tradition and the avant-garde,
old and new, merged.

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Dizzy Gillespie played with them
wh
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