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From Nigeria with blufunk loveAt his first performance in Beirut Wednesday night, Keziah Jones moved his Liban Jazz audience with bluesy riffs, funky rhythms and soulful voice. Jones' virtuosity as a musician was further proven when he pulled out his two-string electric guitar. The song "Dear Mr. Cooper" was one of the funkiest of the night. Jones was often in visual communication with his rhythm section and seemed constantly aware of any equipment imperfections – such as a malfunctioning stage monitor and an out-of-tune guitar.Jones maintained a charismatic stage presence all night.
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