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Dedication To Sylvia Rexach

Label: Barbes Records
Released: 2016
Track listing: Tus Pasos; Alma Adentro; Sin Ti; Nuestra Luna; Di Corazón; Estatua; Por Siempre; Y Entonces; En Mis Sueños; Como Tú Eres.


Miramar: Dedication To Sylvia Rexach

Read "Dedication To Sylvia Rexach" reviewed by James Nadal

The modern Latin-American bolero (romantic ballad) of Spanish heritage, originated from the Cuban trova. Mexico influenced the genre with numerous prolific trios recording boleros, gaining an international audience. Its popularity spread with the development of cinema and phonograph records, reaching a zenith between the 1930's and 1960's. Puerto Rico was not immune to this musical phenomenon, ...

Banda de los Muertos

Label: Barbes Records
Released: 2015
Track listing: Cumbia de Jacobo; El Sinaloense El Jalisciense; La Puerta Negra; El Toro Viejo; Tragos Amargos; Culiacán; Las Nubes; El Paso; Te Quiero Tanto; Ay Mexicanita; Tu Recuerdo y Yo; Arriba Mi Sinaloa.

Reina de Todas Las Fiestas

Label: Barbes Records
Released: 2015
Track listing: Abajo Del Bote; Malgeniosa; Playas Marinas; La Cura Del Espanto; Se Nota En El Ambiente Que Tenemos Que Partir; Alturas; Chatito; Los Nervios Que Tedi; Reina De Todas Las Fiestas.


Chico Trujillo: Reina de Todas Las Fiestas

Read "Reina de Todas Las Fiestas" reviewed by Chris M. Slawecki

As the late 1990s transitioned into the early 2000s, in the small Chilean town called Villa Aleman, singer Aldo “Macha" Asenjo and other members of the local punk-ska group LaFloripondio would gather around and jam for fun on old classics from the Chilean and Columbian cumbia traditions. After fifteen years, six albums, and a few world ...


Banda de los Muertos: Banda de los Muertos

Read "Banda de los Muertos" reviewed by Matt Marshall

It is common practice among groups that play Sinaloan banda music--a style that emerged from small village brass bands in Northwestern Mexico after the Revolution, typically featuring a few clarinets, trumpets, trombones and saxhorns, plus a tuba, snare drum and tambora--to link their name to their place of origin. Thus we get Banda El Recodo and ...

The Roots of Chicha Volume 2: Psychedelic Cumbias from Peru

Label: Barbes Records
Released: 2011
Track listing: Constelacion; El Diablo; Silbando; Colegiala; La Pastorcita; Lamento del Yacuruna; Como Un Ave; El Hueleguiso; A Trabajar; Cumbia del Desierto; Mala Mujer; Agua; El Aguajal; Paga la Cuenta Sinverguenza; Siboney; La Danza del Petrolero.

Gypsy in a Tree

Label: Barbes Records
Released: 2011
Track listing: Intr-o zi la poarta mea; Sun tigan avea o casa; As ofta sa-mi iasa focul; Saraiman; Adu calul sa ma duc; Anii mei si tineretea; Jandarmul; Nu exista-n lumea asta; Toderel; Dans; Alomalo.


Sanda Weigl: Gypsy in a Tree

Read "Gypsy in a Tree" reviewed by Raul d'Gama Rose

Anyone who has lived the myriad lives of the Diaspora as Sanda Weigl has, is qualified to speak for the generations of pain and joy, torture and triumph of human life that has come to pass for her people, and the Gypsies as well. Fleeing the repressive regime of Romania and falling afoul of the even ...


Various Artists: The Roots of Chicha Volume 2: Psychedelic Cumbias from Peru

Read "The Roots of Chicha Volume 2: Psychedelic Cumbias from Peru" reviewed by Chris M. Slawecki

The modern tradition of cumbia music in Peru goes back to the 1960s. But in the 1970s, cumbia began to be known as “chicha," the name for an alcoholic drink of which the Incas were famously fond, and cumbia and chicha both somehow became associated with the poor and downtrodden living in Peruvian slums--ghetto music.


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