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Traditional music from Panama

  • 1 Abraham Vergara - (Atravesao) El Arbolito / The Little Tree 2.26
    2 Ricuarte Escala - (Tamborera) El Trapichito / The Little Cane Press 5.39
    3 Carlos G. Bazán - (Mejorana - Torrente: Mesano) La Junta / The Gathering 3.44
    4 Traditional (Mejorana - Torrente: Mejorana) Untitled 2.56
    5 Anon. - (Tambor Norte) Cocuyito de la Monta?a / Little Firefly from the Mountain 4.37
    6 Traditional Gritos 1.12
    7 Anon. - (Cumbia) Cumbia Monta?era / Mountain Cumbia 2.42
    8 Tobias Plicet - (Cumbia) La Pimienta / The Pepper 3.31
    9 Jaime Hart - (Mejorana - Torrente: Zapatero) La Cita / The Date 3.49
    10 Traditional Saloma 0.36
    11 Epiménides García - (Cumbia Amanojá) Que Solita me has Dejado / How alone you have left me 4.26
    12 Traditional - (Mejorana - Torrente: Llanto) Untitled 2.57
    13 Traditional Saloma 0.51
    14 Anon. - (Baile de Salón) La Denesa / The Denesa 2.44
    15 (Anon. - Punto Veragüense) La Nena / The Girl 2.21
    16 Jaime Hart - (Mejorana - Torrente: Gallino) Hojita de Tamarindo / Little Tamarind Leaf 4.08
    17 Anon. - (Tuna) Pepita de Tomatera / Seed of the Tomato Plant 5.01
    18 Traditional - (Mejorana - Torrente: Socavón) Untitled 1.58
    19 Miguel Leguízamo - (Mejorana - Torrente: Socavón) Amanecer Sante?o / Dawn in Los Santos 2.39
    20 Traditional Grito 0.23
    21 Artemio Vargas - (Cumbia Amanojá) La Viudita de la Miel / The Little Widow of La Miel 3.23
    22 Anon. - (Tambor Corrido) ?Ay! Chango Felipe Torres! / Ay! Monkey Felipe Torres! 4.14
    23 Traditional - (Cumbia Chorrerana) Julia Pela La Yuca / Julia Peels the Yucca 2.53
    24 Gelo Córdova - (Cumbia) Mogollón 2.27

    A Digital Recording. Recorded and produced by Robin Broadbank and Nigel Gallop 18-20 November 1997 at the University of Panama. With grateful acknowledgements to Professor Dora P. de Zárate, Ana Isabel Araúz, at DEXA, University of Panama and Guillermo Cede-o, at CESCOM.
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Los de Azuero is a group of top musicians from the province of Azuero - the cultural heartlands of this music. They play Panamanian cumbias, tamboritos, mejoranas, tunas ... dance and fiesta music which is unique to the country, and largely unknown outside it. A strong African pulse drives the percussion and the call and response vocals of the women. Recorded live in session in Panama City, this is the first CD of Panama's lively traditional music to be released in the UK.