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Por Culpa de Papa

by Mr. V

A Master Musician Mr. V also aka the Hendrix of the Accordion. If you love to dance this is the album for you. Recorded and toured with some of the biggest names in Latin contemporary music. This album is Grammy eligible. Get your Copy Today!
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Por Culpa de Papa
5:17 $2.00
2. No Lo Pienses Mas
4:15 $2.00
3. Gracias a Dios
3:39 $2.00
4. Soberana
3:21 $2.00
5. No Te Vayas
3:45 $2.00
6. La Reina de la Yuyuba
4:52 $2.00
7. Tu Jardin
4:06 $2.00
8. Let's Dance
4:00 $2.00
9. Mujeres Angelinas
5:14 $2.00
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Album Notes
Recording Artist Leader - Mr. V

Executive Produced: Lord Michael J. Rojas Jr.
Released by: Earth Music & Movies Ltd.
Distributed by: Ace Productions
Re-mastered at: Moonlight Studios, Los Angeles, Ca

Recording Artist Talented Musician and Band Leader
Mr. Vallenato (English)

Jorge Villarreal , AKA Mr. Vallenato, is a Mexican American from Edinburg, Texas, who has played Colombian Folk Accordion Music (Cumbia & Vallenato) since he was 12 years old. He was introduced to typical Colombian Cumbia and Vallenato music by his father, Raul, listening to and learning to appreciate the rich musical quality of this genre through Colombia’s most acclaimed vallenato recording artists such as Diomedes Diaz, Jorge Oñate and Alfredo Gutierrez.

Mr. Vallenato started his musical career as a teenager in Houston, Texas, performing with the only Colombian Cumbia / Vallenato band in the city at the time, “Sol Caribe”, playing keyboards and accordion. At age 17, Villarreal won first place in the Diatonic Accordion Professional Category at the Czech Festival in Houston competing with many accordionists from Europe and the U.S.

In 1995, Villarreal became a band member for the widely popular Colombian Cumbia artist, Aniceto Molina who resides in San Antonio, TX. As a member of Molina’s band for three years, he toured all the major cities in the continental US, Canada, Mexico and Central America; He also recorded on two of Molina’s albums (Pura Quebradita – keyboards and Vallenato – keyboards / accordion).

In 1997, Mr. Vallenato moves to Los Angeles pursuing to further develop his musical career. In April 2000 and April 2001, he traveled to Valledupar, Colombia, known as the “Vallenato capital” of the world, to experience first-hand Colombia’s most important accordion festival, “Vallenato Legend Music Festival”. Those experiences helped him to focus on and revamp his accordion technique, helping him create his own style while trying to conserve the authenticity of Colombian Vallenato roots.

In 2006, he performed with popular singer / actress Mariana Seoane at Dodger Stadium in Los Angeles. In December of the same year, he is invited to perform in the annual Christmas Show for Church on the Way, where he shares the stage with a symphonic orchestra that includes several talented and renowned musicians, under the direction of prestigious Chilean musician / composer Erich Bulling.

In November 2007, Villarreal was invited to play alongside Colombian Grammy winner rock/Alternative icons Aterciopelados at the Bacardi Live Music Festival at Olvera Street in Downtown L.A, for a crowd of more than 7,000 people, sharing the stage with Maldita Vecindad, Calle 13 and Alejandra Guzman.

He has participated in various performances and recordings, among them which include Colombian Cumbia artist Lucho Campillo, La Sonora Show, Amandititita, Mane de la Parra (recording accordion on the title song for the Spanish TV series Como Dice el Dicho and soap opera La Niña de mi Corazón) La Sonora Meliyará, Macondo y su Sonora, Venezuelan singer-songwriter Tania Sáenz, Colombian Jazz guitarist Juan Carlos Quintero, Peruvian rock/pop artist Santino and L.A. based Venezuelan pop band Sono Clip. In 2009, he records with Electronic/Afro-Colombian rhythms band Palenke Soultribe on the album “Oro” which features Mr. Vallenato in the tune “Corazon Bonito”.

As a soloist, he has performed at various popular night spots in the Los Angeles area was well as prominent venues such as Grand Performances at California Plaza (two years in a row), Levitt’s Pavilion MacArthur Park, the Fowler Museum at UCLA and in September 2010 was invited to perform at the Hollywood Bowl alongside Grammy-award winning band Ozomatli. In December 2010, he is granted the privilege and honor to perform for KCET’s live telecast of the Annual Christmas Show at the Dorothy Chandler Pavilion.

Mr. Vallenato is in the process of completing his debut LP album (produced & engineered by Grammy award winner Carlos “El Loco” Bedoya) which includes 9 original tracks focusing on traditional vallenato & cumbia (including a Spanglish vallenato tune featuring vocalist Itagui of Grammy nominated Locos por Juana. This album, titled “Por Culpa de Papa” album is set for release fall 2012.



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