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El Rock De Mi Pueblo
 : El Rock De Mi Pueblo



by: Carlos Vives




Binding: Audio CD
Brand: la fuerza
EAN: 0724357830621
Item Dimensions: 5050022550
Label: EMI Latin
Languages: EnglishPublishedSpanishUnknown
Manufacturer: EMI Latin
Model: 2129591
MPN: 1811445
Number Of Discs: 1
Number Of Items: 1
Publication Date: August 31, 2004
Publisher: EMI Latin
Release Date: January 08, 2013
Studio: EMI Latin




Disc 1:
  1. Como Tu
  2. La Maravilla
  3. Maleta De Sueños
  4. La Fuerza Del Amor
  5. Que Tiene La Noche
  6. Voy A Olvidarme De Mi
  7. La Llamada
  8. Santa Marta Kingston New Orleans
  9. La Princesa Y El Soldado
  10. Gallito De Caramelo
  11. El Rock De Mi Pueblo
  12. El Diro El Original
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Editorial Review:

Product Description:
Rock, vallaneto, cumbia, ska, zydeco, and more fuel Colombian singer/songwriter Carlos Vives's latest party, aptly titled Rock de mi Pueblo. From the festive opening track "Como Tu," Vives bounces nonstop among rhythms, music styles, and instruments to keep the celebration running red-hot. On "La Maravilla," Vives sings about a woman who knows how to enjoy life while his band fuses cumbia dance grooves. Heavy percussions drive "Gallito de Caramelo," a rocking tune about willing to go anywhere to wait for the right person. Vives slows the pace on the melancholy ballad "Voy A Olvidarme de mi," with its where-are-you-now lament. While mixing folk vallenato with rock is his specialty, this collection is Vives's most energetic, fusing blues-rock sentiment, more electric guitars and tribal fever for an instant winner.

Amazon.com:
Rock, vallaneto, cumbia, ska, zydeco, and more fuel Colombian singer/songwriter Carlos Vives's latest party, aptly titled Rock de mi Pueblo. From the festive opening track "Como Tu," Vives bounces nonstop among rhythms, music styles, and instruments to keep the celebration running red-hot. On "La Maravilla," Vives sings about a woman who knows how to enjoy life while his band fuses cumbia dance grooves. Heavy percussions drive "Gallito de Caramelo," a rocking tune about willing to go anywhere to wait for the right person. Vives slows the pace on the melancholy ballad "Voy A Olvidarme de mi," with its where-are-you-now lament. While mixing folk vallenato with rock is his specialty, this collection is Vives's most energetic, fusing blues-rock sentiment, more electric guitars and tribal fever for an instant winner. --Ramiro Burr



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