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Various Artists - La Champeta Se Tomo a Colombia mp3 download

Performer: Various Artists
Title: La Champeta Se Tomo a Colombia
Style: Latin Dance,Colombian,South American Traditions
Duration: 01:05:30
Released: June 26, 2001
Size MP3 version: 1138 mb
Size FLAC version: 1927 mb
Size WMA version: 1316 mb
Rating: 4.3
Votes: 210
Format: WMA AU MMF VOC AHX MP1
Genre: Latin

Various Artists - La Champeta Se Tomo a Colombia mp3 download


La Champeta Se Tomo a Colombia.

Release group by Various Artists.

Album · 2009 · 21 Songs.

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music inspired by the DJs of the time. The influence of the sound-systems spread to local artists as well as re-energizing traditional African folk songs and rhythms that had survived since the days of slavery. Record labels recognized the major change in direction from the days when cumbia and porro ruled the hearts of the ghettos and began employing bands that began experimenting and tapping into these new cultural and musical movements.

Track List

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 La Voladora John Jairo Sayas 4:19
2 Busco Alguien Que Me Quiera Sergio Linan 4:25
3 La Mala Hierva Sergio Linan 3:53
4 La Nueva Culebra Alfredo Torres 4:28
5 La Pruebita John Jairo Sayas 4:06
6 Suerte Contigo Sergio Linan 3:57
7 El Lenguita Rapida Ismael Simancas 4:26
8 La Candela Sergio Linan 4:16
9 Vamos Todos a Bailar Francisco Corrales 3:23
10 No Te Cambio O. William Mendez 4:08
11 La Traga Hernando Hernandez 3:52
12 La Cucharita Carlos Reyes 4:01
13 Otra en Mi Vida Sergio Linan 3:54
14 Tras las Rejas Ismael Simancas 4:11
15 La Descontinuada Hernan Hernandez 4:01
16 La Zaragoza Ismael Simancas 4:10

Credits

Francisco Corrales - Primary Artist
Hernan Hernandez - Primary Artist
Hernando Hernandez - Primary Artist
Sergio Linan - Primary Artist
O. William Mendez - Primary Artist
Carlos Reyes - Performer, Primary Artist
John Jairo Sayas - Primary Artist
Ismael Simancas - Primary Artist
Alfredo Torres - Performer, Primary Artist