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by Ani Cordero

Revisiting classic Latin America songs of love and protest from 1930-1970’s
Genre: Latin: Latin Folk
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Deja la Vida Volar
3:07 $0.99
2. Pena de Tu Boca
3:28 $0.99
3. La Ultima Noche
2:43 $0.99
4. Panis Et Circenses
2:50 $0.99
5. Choferito
3:20 $0.99
6. Macorina
3:43 $0.99
7. El Flamboyan
2:33 $0.99
8. Aunque Me Cueste la Vida
3:00 $0.99
9. Volver a los 17
5:24 $0.99
10. El Primer Verso
4:29 $0.99
11. Una Cancion Mansa para Mi Pueblo Bravo
4:16 $0.99
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Album Notes
1. “Deja la vida volar” by Víctor Jara, 1966 (Chile)
2. “Tengo la piel cansada” by Piero, 1969 (Argentina/Colombia)
3. “La última noche” Artist: Eydie Gormé y Los Panchos (New York & Mexico). Written by Bobby Collazo, 1948 (Cuba)
4.“Panis et circenses” Artist: Os Mutantes (Brazil). Written by Gilberto Gil & Caetano Veloso, 1968 (Brazil)
5. “Choferito” by Trió Armónico, 1930’s (Puerto Rico)
6. “Macorina” Artist: Chavela Vargas (Mexico). Written by Alfonso Camín & Chavela Vargas, 1968 (Mexico)
7. “El flamboyán” Artist: Cuarteto Mayarí (Puerto Rico). Written by Placido Acevedo, 1942 (Puerto Rico/NewYork)
8. “Aunque me cueste la vida” Artist: Alberto Beltran (Dominican Republic). Written by Luis Kalaff, 1954 (Dominican Republic)
9. “Volver a los 17” by Violeta Parra,1967 (Chile)
10. “El primer verso” (Nada M ás) by Atahualpa Yupanqui, 1973 (Argentina)
11. “Una canción mansa para mi pueblo bravo” by Ali Primera, 1978 (Venezuela)

The Players:
Ani Cordero: Voice, Guitar, Drums, Percussion
Sérgio Dias: Bass, Guitar
Charles Giordano: Accordion
Kelly Pratt: Trumpet, Flugelhorn
Tim Keiper: Percussion, Ngoni
Omar Akil Little: Trumpet, Keyboards
Brent Arnold: Cello
Erich Hubner: Guitar, Bass
Tyler Burba: Guitar
Eric Eble: Upright Bass
Rod Miller: Piano
Vin Sciala: Drums, Percussion

Produced by Ani Cordero and Sérgio Dias
Arrangements by Ani Cordero
Engineered by Ethan Donaldson
Additional Engineering by Sérgio Dias, Michael Gittleman, Erich Hubner
Mastered by Tom Scheponik

Design and Art Direction by Anna Tsalopoulos
Photographs by Erin Patrice O’Brien

Many thanks to all the musicians who contributed their talent to this album, and special thanks to Chris Verene, Josh Joplin, Amy J. Boyd, Alexandra Nova, Jessica Grable, Victoria Berdy, Lily Santiago, all the supporters of our Kickstarter campaign, Jesse Ruutila, Ben Shapiro, Daniel Burity, Carlton DeWoody, Whit Lane, Dan Perrone, Will Holshouser, Marc Fernandez, Ernesto Ramos, Tomás Burkey Marambio, Brian & Arlene Amos, Ken & Irene Castro, Dr. Juan Allende, Samuel Wilson, Rana Santacruz, Andrew Quinn, Catalina Maria Johnson, Laurie Henzel, Bust Magazine, Tom Tom Magazine, Diko Shoturma, Atlantic Sound Studio, Michael Gittleman, Electrolux Studio, Gotham Sound, Tycoon Percussion, Bloodshot Records



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