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;The Sorcerers, ''In Search of the Monkey God'', 2020.
 
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A well-spent hour at Banzzaï with Nathalie Piolé led me to this memorable title,<ref>Nathalie Piolé, Fabien Fleurat & Emmanuelle Lacaze, [https://www.francemusique.fr/emissions/banzzai/les-ombres-amies-kate-stables-fantasy-orchestra-erroll-garner-chip-wickham-and-more-84806 Les ombres amis], Banzzaï, France Musique, 25 juin 2020</ref> alluding to ancient ruins in the Honduras.<ref>Douglas Preston, Dave Yoder, [https://www.nationalgeographic.com/news/2015/03/150302-honduras-lost-city-monkey-god-maya-ancient-archaeology/ Lost City Discovered in the Honduran Rain Forest], 2 March 2015''National Geographic'', </ref>.  With unexpected citations and funny deformations throughout&mdash;[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bVIg9LY6-AA&t=292s wait! what are you doing to Jobim in the trunk, there ?!]&mdash;this made for a very smooth tour.
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A well-spent hour at Banzzaï with Nathalie Piolé led me to this memorable title,<ref>Nathalie Piolé, Fabien Fleurat & Emmanuelle Lacaze, [https://www.francemusique.fr/emissions/banzzai/les-ombres-amies-kate-stables-fantasy-orchestra-erroll-garner-chip-wickham-and-more-84806 Les ombres amis], Banzzaï, France Musique, 25 juin 2020</ref> alluding to ancient ruins in the Honduras.<ref>Douglas Preston, Dave Yoder, [https://www.nationalgeographic.com/news/2015/03/150302-honduras-lost-city-monkey-god-maya-ancient-archaeology/ Lost City Discovered in the Honduran Rain Forest], 2 March 2015''National Geographic'', </ref>.  With unexpected citations and funny deformations throughout&mdash;[https://youtu.be/bVIg9LY6-AA?t=354s wait! what are you doing to Jobim in the trunk, there ?!]&mdash;this made for a very smooth tour.

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The Sorcerers, In Search of the Monkey God, 2020.

A well-spent hour at Banzzaï with Nathalie Piolé led me to this memorable title,[1] alluding to ancient ruins in the Honduras.[2]. With unexpected citations and funny deformations throughout—wait! what are you doing to Jobim in the trunk, there ?!—this made for a very smooth tour.
  1. Nathalie Piolé, Fabien Fleurat & Emmanuelle Lacaze, Les ombres amis, Banzzaï, France Musique, 25 juin 2020
  2. Douglas Preston, Dave Yoder, Lost City Discovered in the Honduran Rain Forest, 2 March 2015National Geographic,