John Pirozzi

director, 'Don't Think I've Forgotten'

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Director of the documentary Don't Think I've Forgotten: Cambodia's Lost Rock and Roll

John Pirozzi on KCRW

Among the 2 million Cambodians who died in the genocide of the 1970s were many intellectuals and artists, including musicians.

Cambodia's Lost Rock and Roll

Among the 2 million Cambodians who died in the genocide of the 1970s were many intellectuals and artists, including musicians.

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