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Carlos Jasso, Ruben Lopez, Oscar Chavez, Mario Quiroz - Traditional Songs Of Mexico album flac

  • Performer: Carlos Jasso
  • Album: Traditional Songs Of Mexico
  • FLAC: 1846 mb | MP3: 1845 mb
  • Released: 1966
  • Country: US
  • Style: Folk
  • Rating: 4.4/5
  • Votes: 553
Carlos Jasso, Ruben Lopez, Oscar Chavez, Mario Quiroz - Traditional Songs Of Mexico album flac


A1 Voy A Cantar Un Corrido
A2 Yo Soy Un Pobre Vaquero
A3 En La Manana Cuando El Sol Se Dispierta
A4 Entre Cerros Y Montanas
A5 Golondrina Viajera
A6 Laorona, La Surionita Zandunga
A7 Tepoztequita Linda
A8 Mi Hamaca Es De Pura Seda
A9 Ingrata Perjida
B1 Menudita
B2 Siento En Al Alma
B3 Flor Se Llamaba
B4 Pajarillo Borronqueno
B5 Voy A Morir Bien Mio
B6 Estoy Como El Gallo Giro
B7 Limoncito
B8 Que Te Ha Dado Esta Mujer
B9 Por Una Mujer Ladina
B10 De La Arena Nace El Agua
B11 Yo Ya Me Voy, Ya Me Voy

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  • Copyright (c) – Folkways Records & Service Corp.


  • Design [Cover] – Irwin Rosenhouse
  • Edited By, Compiled By [Collected], Liner Notes – Lilian Mendelssohn


Released with an 8 page booklet
[back-cover]: Library of Congress Card Catalogue #R66-3530
[label tracklist]: Side 1, Band 1 to Band 9; Side 2, Band 10 to Band 20

Cover: FW 8769
Label: FW-8769

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
FW 8769 Carlos Jasso, Ruben Lopez, Oscar Chavez*, Mario Quiroz Carlos Jasso, Ruben Lopez, Oscar Chavez*, Mario Quiroz - Traditional Songs Of Mexico ‎(LP, Album, Blu) Folkways Records FW 8769 US 1966

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Carlos Antonio de Padua Chávez y Ramírez (13 June 1899 – 2 August 1978) was a Mexican composer, conductor, music theorist, educator, journalist, and founder and director of the Mexican Symphonic Orchestra. He was influenced by native Mexican cultures. Of his six symphonies, the second, or Sinfonía india, which uses native Yaqui percussion instruments, is probably the most popular.

Photograph: Carlos Jasso/Reuters. It has been more than three decades since Teresa Jaber sneaked into a clandestine political meeting in this sweltering south-eastern city to watch the man they would come to know as Amlo preach revolution. I remember him saying: ‘The country cannot go on being the personal property of four of five people,’ said Jaber, recalling that underground gathering in 1987, after which she promptly signed up to his cause. Before sending his followers out to spread the word, Jaber remembers Amlo offering a final prediction that night  . With Mexico set to elect its next president on 1 July, Amlo – or Andrés Manuel López Obrador, to give him his full name – is in pole position.

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All but one selection - the tugging, gnashing title track, far from a breather amid the album's succession of emotive voices - is a full-blown song. Just over half the tracks are merely well-produced, enjoyable if not all that stimulating, while others deal knockout blows. Above all others, the ecstatic "Another Life" ("I'm in a daze from your love") is one of the group's best all-time productions, where strings dart around bass drums and hi-hats arranged for a brilliant clamp-and-stomp effect.