In addition to the documentary itself, the DVD contains several Extras including the dance la Valentina, a cooking demonstration of a very tasty Afro-Peruvian dish, and Afro-Peruvian Talking Drums. It also has closed captions.
Of course, if you'd prefer, you can always purchase the download HERE, where you can also simply stream the documentary. You'll still get the Extras with these options.
The CD includes all the music from Masters of Rhythm, plus seven tracks from my earlier documentary A Zest for Life: Afro-Peruvian Rhythms, a Source of Latin Jazz, plus a track in which Lalo Izquierdo demonstrates rhythms from North and South America on the cajón - for a total of 12 tracks.
If you'd prefer to purchase the music in digital form, you can find both the album and individual tracks on CDBaby HERE.
By the way, the statue on the CD cover (left) is Caitro Soto, a beloved and recently deceased master of the cajón from Cañete, south of Lima in Peru.
These key chains have an image of the three percussionists on their cajóns on one side, and Huevito leaping into the air on the other. Not to be confused with your ordinary key chain!