Mauricio Callejas | Cosas de la Calle

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Cosas de la Calle

by Mauricio Callejas

Latin Folk music known as Nueva cancion Latinoamericana
Genre: Latin: General
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Una Palmera, Un Perro, Una Bandera Y Tu
4:04 album only
2. A La Sombra Del Bosque De Cemento
4:20 album only
3. San Salvador De Tarde
5:18 album only
4. Adan, Eva, La Serpiente Y Un Pecado Poco Original
4:36 album only
5. 5a Calle, Casa 10
3:17 album only
6. Cantar a Tiempo
5:01 album only
7. Lo Cierto O Los Soñado
3:25 album only
8. Hacer El Amor
3:47 album only
9. Tropadicto
4:25 album only
10. Primero Vos
3:41 album only
11. El Llanto De La Ciudad
4:58 album only
12. Aún
5:11 album only


Album Notes
Mauricio Callejas
El Salvador

Mauricio Ramos Callejas is a singer/songwriter that represents the values and traditions of his natal El Salvador. His songs are pictures of the daily life in his country as well as stories about our lives as citizens of this world that claims for peace and dignity for all.

During the time of El Salvador's civil war, Mauricio developed a special taste for the Latin-American "Nueva Cancion" movement, which has defined his style and subjects by approaching social and human nature with poetry and honesty.

After more than 15 years creating songs and working on his music, Mauricio has performed in different venues in Latin America and the United States, sponsors the first directory of Central-American music at and produces a weekly radio program that is broadcasted from different radio stations around the world.

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