Cumbia Beat Vol. 2

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BIS => 2022 10 14
2LP - VAMPISOUL
2012 => 2022 03 25

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    TRACKLIST 


    A1 Manzanita*– Mi Choza, Mi Chacra Y Mi Mujer
    A2 Los Destellos– Boogaloo Del Perro
    A3 Los Orientales*– El Dragon
    A4 Juaneco Y Su Combo– Ven A Bailar Con Juaneco
    A5 Los Ecos– Baila Flaquita Baila
    A6 Compay Quinto– La Rumba Del Chinito
    A7 Los Pecos– Cumbia Para Un Viejito
    A8 Los Titanes (2)– Linda Yolita
    A9 Los Orientales De Paramonga– Sabor A Cana
    B1 Los 5 Palomillas– Illimana
    B2 Los Ecos– SOS...Peligro
    B3 Los Mirlos– El Milagro Verde
    B4 El Monje Loco– La Papita
    B5 Juaneco Y Su Combo– Recordando A Fachin
    B6 Los Girasoles– La Bocina
    B7 Los Casmeños– Chachita
    B8 Los Yungas– El Pitito
    B9 Grupo Celeste– Sin Exito
    C1 Juaneco Y Su Combo– Selva, Selva
    C2 Los Orientales De Paramonga– El Trapiche
    C3 Grupo Celeste– Melodia Celeste
    C4 Los Santos (6)– Saturno 2000
    C5 Los Ilusionistas– Colegiala
    C6 Aniceto Y Sus Fabulosos– La Movedora
    C7 Los 5 Palomillas– El Chinchorrito
    C8 Los Mirlos– Llanto En La Selva
    D1 Los Beta 5– Modulo Lunar
    D2 José Y Sus Antillanos– Melodia Antillana
    D3 Los Ecos– Linda Mariposa
    D4 Los Ilusionistas– Hola
    D5 Los Beta 5– El Panadera
    D6 Los Demonios Del Mantaro– La Chichera
    D7 Los Demonios Del Mantaro– Peti Pan
    D8 Los Ecos– Chichita



    DESCRIPTION


    After the lauded first volume, this second in our “Cumbia Beat” series includes again tracks by the most important bands of the genre. Peruvian cumbia, also known as “chicha”, brings together tropical music styles from Colombia and Cuba, Western influences such as 60s beat and psychedelic rock, and mixes them with indigenous melodies from the Amazonian jungle and traditional Andean songs. The result is a unique and vibrant style of music which reverberates with life. Peruvian cumbia is currently being rediscovered by new audiences and there exists a thriving international club and live venue scene.

    The “resurrection” of Peruvian tropical music, of psychedelic cumbia or, as others like to call it, chicha, is perhaps one of the most surprising musical phenomena in recent years. The number of reissues, new releases and bands that have begun to play chicha or covers of tropical Peruvian classics in Argentina, England, Russia and the United States has multiplied. This cocktail of electric guitars, Caribbean percussion, Andean pentatonics and psychedelic soloing, synths, moogs, gu?iros, wah wahs, timbales and fuzztones was simply too striking to go unnoticed. Elements of rock, folklore, música criolla, Andean music, Amazonian music, Colombian cumbia, salsa and even psychedelia intermingle in this “cannibal” genre capable of devouring and assimilating every possible influence. Both Enrique Delgado and Manzanita, the two great founding guitarists of the genre, made music that absorbed all possible manner of styles. We feature not only tunes from Delgado with his group Los Destellos and from Manzanita but also from their side projects: Delgado’s Los Casmeños and Manzanita’s El Monje Loco. Los Girasoles, Los Yungas, Los Beta 5 and Los Ecos continued those sonic explorations. In the case of Los Girasoles, their great singer “El Chévere” Félix Martínez shows his tropical skills in ‘La bocina’. Although this compilation consists mostly of instrumentals, a classic of Peruvian