Rufo Garrido y Su Orquesta

Podcast: Cleaning up in México

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Digging for records can get dirty, very dirty. So we get to cleaning some of our grimiest records, many of which we found in México and Colombia. DJs China Tu Madre, Papicultor, Smokestack, and Pozole all in La Sala sharing some filthy good music.

Tracklist:

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Los Hermanos Flores Otra Vez

Los Hermanos Flores – Flor de Pithaya

Baja 4

Los Sonadores de la PazEl Sudcaliforniano

Baja 2

Miguel Angel LizarraTu Mi Destino

Manuel CelestinoNaciste Bonita

Baja 5

Grupo LaserBuscalo

Baja 3

Los Hermanos FloresLa Paz

Baja 4

Los Sonadores de la PazLlegando a la Paz

Baja 3

Los Hermanos FloresTodos Santos

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Acapulco Tropical – La Pollera Amarilla

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Ray BarrettoHipocresía y Falsedad

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Ismael RiveraTraigo Salsa

Bobby SmallCompas de Cumbia

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Grupo Miramar – Cerro Hermoso

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Andrés LanderoNoche de Cumbia

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Acosta y sus TremendosY Me Critican

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Hermanos Martinez de Allende, N.L. – Bailando en Shorts

Podcast: The Accordion Episode with Marié Abe

The accordion, one of the most fascinating, unique and without question culturally important musical instruments that all of us pelangueros can’t get enough of. Yet to be honest, we actually know very little about these squeezable typewriter-looking devices. That is why we knew we had to dedicate an entire episode to the accordion and why we were so excited to welcome Professor of Ethnomusicology at Boston University, Co-Producer of Public Radio International’s Squeeze Box Stories and bad-ass acordeonista of the group Debo BandMarié Abe. Listen as we learn about the accordion’s origins and its travels through Europe, Africa, the Americas and all the way to Japan.

 

Tracklist:
Ferew HiluEshururu
Debo BandAmbassel
Debo BandDC Flower
Los Cholos de PastoCumbia de O. Vreeskin
Alejo DuránMi pedazo de acordeón
Squeezebox Stories – Trailer
Los YukinosDe party con las malandrinas
Los PerlasTener o no tener
El Cieguito de NaguaLa bailadora
José Santiago VegaNo me hable estrujao
北原謙二 – 銀座パチャンが通り  (Kenji KitaharaGinza Pachanga)
Ferro GaitaTareza
Petar RalchevTo the north of Bulgaria
Fred FrithHands of the juggler

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Podcast: Colombia!

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In our previous podcast we loved having Daniel French of Las Cafeteras in La Sala so much that we brought him back. We also welcomed the super talented Bardo Martinez, lead singer, guitarist and organist from Chicano Batman into La Sala. Hosts May-Li (dj china tu madre) and Federico (dj papicultor), who have just returned from the Festival Petronio Álvarez in Cali, Colombia, give us a first hand guide through one of the most musically rich areas of the world. A special night full of beautiful stories, impromptu singing, savory arrechón, and irresistible records.

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Playlist:

  1. Alejandro Durán – El Aborrecido
  2. Andres LanderoCanto Negro
  3. Ondatrópica – Homenaje a Andres Landero
  4. Ondatrópica – Cien Años (Markitos Micolta on vocals)
  5. Peregoyo y Su Combo Vacaná – El Mundo Al Revés
  6. La Contundencia Chirimía – Fiesta San Pachera
  7. Grupo Saboreo – Kilele (live at the Loma de la Cruz in Cali)
  8. Grupo Socavón de Timbiquí – Quitate De Mi Escalera (Nidia Góngora on vocals)
  9. Live Recording at Escuela Canalón in Cali – Rio Timbiqui