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Los Gaiteros de San Jacinto from Colombia: Un Fuego de Sangre Pura

Audio Samples

>Fuego de Cumbia (Cumbia Fire)
>Sigan Bailando (Keep on Dancing)
>Manolo, El
>Millo Se Modernizó, El (The Millo Got Modernized)
>Canto de Zafra (Worksong)
>Corcovado, El (The Wood-Quail)
>Mi Regreso (My Return)
>Puyaloahí
>Celestina, La (Celestina)
>Bajera, La
>Así Lo Grita Totó (That's How Totó Shouts It)
>Corniz, La (The Cornish Hen)
>Décima La Miseria Humana (Décima "The Human Misery")
>Acabación, La (The Ending)

Track List

>Fuego de Cumbia (Cumbia Fire)
>Sigan Bailando (Keep on Dancing)
>Manolo, El
>Millo Se Modernizó, El (The Millo Got Modernized)
>Canto de Zafra (Worksong)
>Corcovado, El (The Wood-Quail)
>Mi Regreso (My Return)
>Puyaloahí
>Celestina, La (Celestina)
>Bajera, La
>Así Lo Grita Totó (That's How Totó Shouts It)
>Corniz, La (The Cornish Hen)
>Décima La Miseria Humana (Décima "The Human Misery")
>Acabación, La (The Ending)

Album Reviews:

Dirty Linen (p.65) - "This is gritty, earthy stuff, with wailing vocals and buzzing flutes. There is not one slick thing about it, and that is its appeal."

Album Notes

On the heels of a 2003 independent documentary of the same name, Los Gaiteros de San Jacinto entered the North American market with their debut album for the Smithsonian Folkways label. UN FUEGO DE SANGRE PURA is Colombian gaitero music (a form of the traditional cumbia style of Latin music) in its purest form: three percussionists, including two drummers and a maracas player, support a pair of lead instrumentalists playing the gaita, a traditional Colombian wooden flute. Out of this simple instrumental lineup, the five players manage to create a hypnotic blend of polyrhythms and countermelodies. While some Colombian pop artists, such as Carlos Vives, have incorporated gaitero influences into a pop framework, UN FUEGO DE SANGRE PURA is the real deal.



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