Celso Piña - Mundo Colombia mp3 downloadPerformer: Celso Piña
Title: Mundo Colombia
Style: Cumbia,Mexican Traditions,Norteno,South American Traditions
Location: Estudios El Cielo
Released: June 25, 2002
Size MP3 version: 1892 mb
Size FLAC version: 1947 mb
Size WMA version: 1897 mb
Format: MP1 FLAC MMF RA AIFF AC3
Celso Piña - Mundo Colombia mp3 download
BPM Profile Mundo Colombia. Album starts at 158BPM, ends at 113BPM (-45), with tempos within the -BPM range. Try refreshing the page if dots are missing). Recent albums by Celso Piña.
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Celso Piña (b. April 6, 1953) is a professional singer, composer, arranger, and accordionist mainly in the genre of cumbia. Desde Colombia Album.
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Celso Piña (Born 6 April 1953 in Monterrey, Nuevo León, México) is a notable Mexican singer, composer and accordionist. In 2002, Pina was nominated for two Latin Grammy Awards: "Best Contemporary Tropical Album" and "Best New Artist From the North" as well as for "Best Alternative Artist" by the MTV Latino Awards.
Celso Piña is one of those survivors. Tomorrow he leaves for Mexico City, where he'll play a music festival for thousands. His new CD Mundo Colombia is climbing the charts with the same eclectic style of the previous Barrio Bravo. This time out, he's recorded several outstanding tracks, especially "La Piragua" with Julieta Venegas, one of Mexico's best alternative singers. And Toy Hernández is once again behind the mixing board with his cumbia dub style.
Celso Pina, the Colombian/Mexican musician that took music fans by storm in 2001 returns with his follow-up release to Barrio Bravo, Mundo Colombia. This album continues the amazing concept of blending genres like: Vallenato, Guapango Norteno and hip hop - rock en Espanol, to create a totally unique sound.
|1||El Tren (Mr. Cumbia Man)||Celso Piña||5:28|
|2||El Tiempo||Celso Piña||4:33|
|3||Como el Viento||Celso Piña||4:49|
|4||Fiesta en San Jacinto||Celso Piña||4:20|
|5||Caballo Viejo Simon Díaz||Celso Piña||3:48|
|7||Ronda Tocando||Celso Piña||3:08|
|8||La Piragua José Barros||Celso Piña||4:56|
|9||Libro Abierto||Celso Piña||2:45|
|10||Yola Veo Gustavo Montalvo||Celso Piña||2:50|
|11||Cumbia Engolillá||Celso Piña||3:52|
|12||Para Entender Tu Dolor Eder da Rosa Alves||Celso Piña||3:53|
|13||Cállate Corazón||Celso Piña||4:15|
CreditsEder da Rosa Alves - Composer, Coros, Dancer, Pandeiro, Triangle, Vocals
José Barros - Composer
Blanquito Man - Rhythm
Ronda Bogota - Arranger
Andres Cantisani - Coros
Jaime Cavazos - Audio Engineer
Manolo Diaz - Mastering
Simon Díaz - Composer
Roberto Gallardo - Coordination, Engineer, Repertoire
Roberto Galvan Jr. - Latin Percussion, Percussion (Brazilian)
Roy Galván - Maracones
Roy Garcia - Congas, Percussion
Adrian G. Gonzalez - Bateria, Coros
Luis Gonzalez/Yomo Toro - Violin
Toy Hernández - Mixing, Producer, Recording
Manuel Herrara - Mixing
Alfonso Herrera - Coros, Double Bass
Flaco Jiménez - Accordion, Guest Artist
Jorge "Chapas" Leal - Accordion
Luis Lira - Choreographer, Coros
Heriberto "Arriba El Barcelona" López - Engineer, Recording Assistant
Alejandro Marcovich - E-Bow, Guitar
Aaron Martinez - Bajo Sexto
Gary Montalvo - Guitar
Gustavo Montalvo - Composer, Production Coordination
José Luis "Lapas" Navarro - Assistant, Recording Assistant
Alex Pérez - Production Assistant
Celso Piña - Accordion, Arranger, Primary Artist, Vocals
Francisco Ramirez - Guacharaca
Rafael "Choco" Rodriguez, Jr. - Bass (Acoustic)
Alejandro Rosso - Piano
Francisco Torres - Trumpet, Violin
Sacha Triujeque - Recording
Julieta Venegas - Accordion, Guest Artist, Piano, Vocals