Peregoyo Y Su Combo Vacana* ‎– Tropicalisimo

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World Circuit ‎– WCB 015
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Vinyl, LP
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A1 Rio De Juaji
Written-By – Alfonso Begoechea
2:48
A2 La Palma De Chontaduro
Written-By – Miguel Vicente G.*
2:39
A3 Asi Es Mi Tierra
Written-By – Alvaro Cifuentes
3:18
A4 Mi Buenaventura
Written-By – Petronio Alvarez
3:04
A5 Descarga Vacana
Written-By – Enrique Urbano Tenorio
7:46
B1 La Pluma
Written-By – Folcklor Chocoano*
2:36
B2 Ola De Agua
Written-By – Mono Rivera
3:12
B3 Chenchudino
Written-By – Arcesio Salazar Lopez
2:56
B4 Martha Cecelia
Written-By – Alvaro Cifuentes
2:35
B5 El Canalete
Written-By – Emiliano Valencia
2:47
B6 Sabor De Vacana
Written-By – Marcos Micolta*
3:21

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A World Circuit Presentation
Recorded and produced by Discos Fuentes in Medellin Colombia in 1972

Made in West Germany

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andres.luque.56

andres.luque.56

August 5, 2017
edited about 1 year ago
Note: this is the same album as "Mi Buenaventura" by the same band (Discos Fuentes).
nik

nik

November 25, 2010

A most excellent record that is much more than it's "Salsa" branding would lead us to believe. Traditional Columbian rhythms that are highly atypical of the salsa genre are married to a warm and dry sounding musical backdrop, with the unusual (for 'salsa') use of a clean, jazzy, tropical sounding electric guitar. Many of the tracks are in 6/8, which together with the relaxed playing helps give the music a lilting quality. The bass, conga, guiro, and timbales set up the soulful vocals and horns perfectly. Strongest track has got to be 'Rio De Juaji', with the dramatic horns complementing the melancholic vocals and galloping rhythm.