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Los Bravos de Barranquilla - Fulminante album flac

  • Performer: Los Bravos de Barranquilla
  • Album: Fulminante
  • FLAC: 1506 mb | MP3: 1140 mb
  • Released: 1983
  • Style: Cubano, Afro-Cuban, Salsa, Cumbia
  • Rating: 4.9/5
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Los Bravos de Barranquilla - Fulminante album flac

Tracklist

A1 Para Decir Adios / Todo Para / Ahora Si Quiero Amar / Corazon Contento / Un million de amigos / Volerai Volero / Mas Mucho Mas / Fiesta Privada / Estrella Radiante / Los Camarones / Por Un Caminito
A2 Mi Presidio
B1 Vasija De Barro
B2 Mama Dame 100 Pesitos
B3 Solo Tu / Enfrentalo / Senora / Abracadabra / Amore Amore / Malaguena / Cucurruculu Paloma / No Volvere

Notes

A1 and B3 are Medleys of 8-11 songs

includes Steve Miller Abracadabra version

Kool & the Gang cover version"Enfrentalo" on B3

Distribuido Studio 2

Dame un poco de amor - Студийный альбом от Los Bravos. В альбом вошло 12 треков.

Los Bravos de Barranquilla. Triunfadores Vol. II ‎(LP, Album). 25 206. Los Bravos de Barranquilla. Fulminante ‎(LP, Album, Mono).

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