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THE BLEND #23: LATIN IS AMERICAN TOO



The Blend #23: LATIN IS AMERICAN TOO
Broadcast 22-6-2016
Host/Engineer: Ira
For: ex-patradio.fr

Listen to archived show on Mixcloud HERE

A Mi Dulce Amada – Ecos de Borinquen
Y Amo la Libertad – Ecos de Borinquen
Jibaro Hasta el Hueso – Ecos de Borinquen
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Chan Chan – Buena Vista Social Club
Dos Gardenias – Buena Vista Social Club
Candela – Buena Vista Social Club
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Amor Verdadero – Afro-Cuban All Stars
Pio Mentiroso – Afro-Cuban All Stars
Maria Caracoles – Afro-Cuban All Stars
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Tumba Palo Cocuye – Juan de Marcos
Reconciliation – Juan de Marcos
Al Vaiven de Mi Carreta – Juan de Marcos
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Agua Dulce, Agua Sala – SonSublime
Tumbao – Ruben Gonzales
Causas y Azares – Silvio Rodriguez
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Desafinado – Joao Gilberto/Stan Getz
Corcovado – Joao Gilberto/Stan Getz
The Girl from Ipanema – Joao Gilberto/Stan Getz
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Brazil – Antonio Carlos Jobim
Conori – Regional Vermelo y Branco
Pais Azul – Guadalupe Urbina
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Jammin’ – Bob Marley

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