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When African slaves escaped from Brazil into Uruguay, they brought their Candomble religion and music, which metamorphosed into Condombe, a vibrant music embraced by black and white Uruguayans. It's now used in everything from the tango to protest songs. But some say Condombe's essence is being lost to commercialization. Reese Erlich reports.

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