Cienfuegos by Cienfuegos, released 09 November 2016 1. Swing 2. Oración 3. Elefante 4. Altar 5. Hormigas 6. Norte fuera de Norte. Got it. + add. album. Cienfuegos is post-modern music band that sounds like jazz, rock and progressive music. Chen Quintero - Tenor Sax Paco Pérez-Rul - Electric Guitar Fernando Franco - Drums Malambres Arellano - Electric Bass Recorded and mixed at Guadalajara, México by Iram López Mastering at Idar Studio. Purchasable with gift card.
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The Republic of Sonora was a short-lived, unrecognized federal republic ruled by filibuster William Walker in 1854. It was based in Baja California and also claimed (but never controlled) Sonora. Walker's exploits generated interest back in San Francisco, where bonds for the Republic of Sonora were sold, and its flag was even raised in places. His enterprise, however, suffered from a lack of supplies and discontent from within; resistance by the Mexican government quickly forced Walker to retreat.
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Pies Mojados Sonora Cienfuegos. 10. Resalsa Grupo Latino. 11. María Mercedes Las Estrellas de Macondo 3:33. 12. Recordando a mi barrio Sonora Borinquen. At the end of the 50s, big bands like Cortijo y su Combo or Sonora Matancera reached the Southern Cone for the first time. In parallel, the local pioneer Pedro Ferreira and his orchestra, the Cubanacan, worked to lay the foundations of the candombe songbook, as well as performing Afro-Cuban and Brazilian repertoires. Meanwhile the records of César Concepción, Moncho Leña, Mon Rivera and others were adopted and covered; re-appropriated by this new generation with complete naturalness.
|A1||Una Mentira Piadosa|
|A4||Viaje A La Luna|
|A5||Dolor Que Mata|
|B1||La Primera Piedra|
|B2||Oracion A Mi Amada|
|B4||Salve de Las Auroras|