Colombia, South America's only country with both Pacific and Atlantic coastlines, boasts vibrant traditional and contemporary music scenes, whether mestizo, African, European or Indian. Colombians also know how to party!
The Rough Guide To Colombian Street Party is a snapshot of the parties, mixing the obscure with the obvious, the newest with the oldest, from ancient Indian flute music to the latest reggaeton. Dance like there's no mañana!
‘Cumbia fire and Caribbean cool on one evocative mix.’ Songlines
This compilation is a snapshot of Colombia’s myriad musical jewels, and the theme is Street Party - something that Colombians excel at. No true salsero needs an introduction to the work of Colombia’s undisputed ‘rumbero maior’ Joe Arroyo. Originally one of the three lead singers of Fruko Y Sus Tesos, Barranquilla native Joe went solo in the mid-1980s, recording a series of superb albums that brought other Caribbean and African rhythms – compas, zouk, soca, soukous – into the salsa fold for almost the first time.
Enhanced Added Value: This CD contains a data track that includes music and travel from the Rough Guide books.
Track Listing :
02 - El Pipiloco - Radio Cumbia
03 - Mecánica - Grupo Retrovisor
04 - La Fea - LA-33
05 - El Rastrillo - La Contundencia
06 - El Hueco (DJ Slow Remix) - Hojarra Electrica
07 - Luchando Voy - Dr Krapula
08 - Somos Pacifico - Chocquibtown
09 - Hold on - Creole
10 - En Barranquilla Me Quedo - Joe Arroyo Y La Verdad
11 - Son Maloso - David Dely & Tumba Y Quema
12 - Métele - Calambuco
13 - Tus Huellas - Colombiafrica
14 - La Vamo A Tumbar - Grupo Saboreo
15 - El Vendeor - Makina Del Karibe
Colombian , South American , Street Party
Teen , Young Adult , Thirty-Something
Made In EU
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