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He Spent the Pandemic Composing, Now There’s an Album: Lee Carroll and C the Beat

A little over a year ago, Lee Carroll bid adieu to the 9-to-5 world, hopped on a plane to Senegal, and pursued his passion for world music in one of West Africa’s most culturally rich countries. But in music, as in life, timing is everything. Within days of his overseas arrival, the world changed. COVID-19 had arrived. “They shut the airports down in Dakar,” Carroll recalled....
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