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  • Performer: Kjarkas
  • Album: Canto A La Mujer De Mi Pueblo
  • FLAC: 1432 mb | MP3: 1248 mb
  • Released: 1989
  • Country: Bolivia
  • Style: Folk
  • Rating: 4.2/5
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Kjarkas - Canto A La Mujer De Mi Pueblo album flac

Tracklist Hide Credits

A1 Wa Ya Yay
Written-By – Ulises Hermosa
4:58
A2 Siempre He De Adorarte
Written-By – Ulises Hermosa
4:03
A3 Por Un Mundo Nuevo
Written-By – Gonzalo Hermosa
3:55
A4 Tata Sabaya
Written-By – Ulises Hermosa
2:30
A5 Phuru Runas
Written-By – Ramiro De La Zerda
3:21
B1 Surimana
Written-By – Ulises Hermosa
4:18
B2 Canto A La Mujer De Mi Pueblo
Written-By – Gonzalo Hermosa, Ulises Hermosa
4:34
B3 Llorando Se Fue
Written-By – Gonzalo Hermosa, Ulises Hermosa
4:07
B4 Mamita Surumi
Written-By – Gastón Guardia*, Ulises Hermosa
1:58
B5 Capinoteña
Written-By – Gonzalo Hermosa
3:33

Companies, etc.

  • Licensed From – Lauro & Cia. Ltda
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Tumi Music
  • Copyright (c) – Tumi Music
  • Manufactured By – Tumi Latin American Craft Centres
  • Distributed By – Tumi Latin American Craft Centres
  • Pressed By – SRT

Credits

  • Musician – Edwin Castellanos M.*, Elmer Hermosa G.*, Gastón Guardia B.*, Gonzalo Hermosa G.*, Ulises Hermosa G.*

Notes

Made in England

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Side A runout etched): SRT+9KL+2250+A SRT
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B runout etched): SRT+9KL+2250+B SRT

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
LPLR/S-1408, BO/LRL-1408 Kjarkas* Canto A La Mujer De Mi Pueblo ‎(LP, Album) Lauro Records, Lauro Records LPLR/S-1408, BO/LRL-1408 Bolivia 1983
LCD-0176 Kjarkas* Canto A La Mujer De Mi Pueblo ‎(CDr, Album) Lauro Records LCD-0176 Bolivia Unknown
CD 010 Los Kjarkas Canto A La Mujer De Mi Pueblo ‎(CD, Album) Tumi Music CD 010 Bolivia 1989
C010 Kjarkas* Canto A La Mujer De Mi Pueblo ‎(Cass, Album) Tumi Dance C010 UK 1983
BO LRC 1408 Los Kjarkas Canto A La Mujer De Mi Pueblo ‎(Cass, Album) Lauro Records BO LRC 1408 Bolivia 1982


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Llorando se fue" (English: left in tears) is a Bolivian folk song recorded by Los Kjarkas in 1981 on the album Canto a la mujer de mi pueblo and released as a B-side of the "Wa ya yay" single in 1982. The song has been very popular in Latin America since the 1980s and has been covered several times. It obtained international fame with artists such as Wilkins in 1984, Argentine singer Juan Ramón in 1985, Brazilian singer Márcia Ferreira in 1986 and the French pop group Kaoma in 1989.

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PLAY ALL. Canto A La Mujer De Mi Pueblo (Tumi). Released by Tumi Music Ltd Jan 1986 10 Tracks. Canto A La Mujer De Mi Pueblo (Tumi) is a English album released on Jan 1986. Canto A La Mujer De Mi Pueblo (Tumi) Album has 10 songs sung by Los Kjarkas. Listen to all songs in high quality & download Canto A La Mujer De Mi Pueblo (Tumi) songs on Gaana.

Kjarkas have founded two schools teaching Andean folk music: the Musical School of Kjarkas (Lima, Peru) and La Fundación Kjarkas (Ecuador). They have toured across Japan, Europe, Scandinavia, the United States, South America, and Australia, and have composed over 350 songs. Among their most popular are "Imillitay", "Al Final", "Canto a la mujer de mi pueblo", and "Pequeño Amor". An unauthorized translation of their song "Llorando se fue" by French producers Jean Karakos and Olivier Lorsac resulted in Kaoma's hit "Lambada".

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