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Cucura - Totó La Momposina - Tambolero (CD, Album)

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  • Vilar
    Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Totó La Momposina - Tambolero at Discogs. Complete your Totó La Momposina collection.5/5(3).
  • Akinohn
    Totó La Momposina y sus Tambores, – Tambolero. You don’t normally get the chance to go back in time and recreate an album. Building on a classic project that began 24 years ago is a .
  • Domuro
    Feb 06,  · Totó la Momposina traveled to Europe in the s and by had made her first recordings. A performance at WOMAD that year increased exposure to her poorly known music (even in Colombia). This album in its original release gathered fans over the decades and has been a best seller; other albums soon followed.5/5(7).
  • Kigamuro
    Jun 29,  · A s producer John Hollis has said in the run up to the release of Totó La Momposina’s Tambolero, “You don’t normally get the chance to go back in time and recreate an geitridefrasmaronilabiccithege.cong on a classic project that began 24 years ago is a challenge and a delight!” That’s undoubtedly true and to John and Real World Record’s credit, whatever challenges there were have been obviously.
  • JoJolabar
    La Candela Viva was the album that ignited Totó la Momposina’s international career and saw her recognised as a star in her native Colombia. It was partly recorded during the Real World Recording Week of and partly in with legendary producer Phil Ramone, and presents three distinct musical styles - Tambores, Sextetos and Gaitas.
  • Arashijar
    Explore releases from Totó La Momposina at Discogs. Shop for Vinyl, CDs and more from Totó La Momposina at the Discogs Marketplace. Totó La Momposina: El Asunto ‎ (CD, Album) Soba Producciones, Sony Music: Mexico: Sell This Version: CDRWGP: Totó La Momposina Y Sus Tambores* Tambolero (Album) 3 versions: Real.
  • Samurg
    Tambolero is a revisitation of the work of Totó, the Colombian, Caribbean, Afro-indigenous vocal muse whose career began to flourish almost 50 years ago. Recorded in a RealWorld studio in , it’s a syncopated, joyful delight you can sink into. An unearthed live recording of one of the album’s tracks, El Pescador, shows how vital the year-old singer’s sound still is; beautiful and.
  • Madal
    Tambolero. Toto La Momposina is the original “Queen of Cumbia”, whose professional career will soon reach a landmark 60 years. Her life has been dedicated to representing the music of Colombia’s Caribbean coastline, where African, Indigenous Indian and Spanish cultures mingle to create a unique musical tradition.

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