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1. Cuando Un Amor Se Aleja by Austin Shutov (Original by Teresin Jaén)

Cuando Un Amor Se Aleja by Austin Shutov (Original by Teresin Jaén)

Another cover of an early 70s Panamanian cumbia by Teresin Jaén, adapted originally from a Colombian composition by Alfredo Gutierrez.

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2. "Papa Tanzt Mambo"- Obscure Latin Sounds & Oddities 1957-1991

Starting off with Mambos and Cha Chas, and proceeding into Salsa and Cumbia territory, this mix of Latin oddities ranges from Peru to Poland in its offerings. Latin novelties from around the world are offered up with authentic South American sounds, from the original vinyl. Tracklist: (Song-Artist) Papa Tanzt Mambo- Horst Winter (Germany, late 50s) Patricia - Nagy Lajos (Hungary/US? Private press, 1957) Chinese Cha Cha Cha- Alfredito and his Orchestra (US, 1950s) Cumbanchero- Jan August (US, 1949) Viva Mambo- Martino Savanto (US, 1950s) Voulez Vous Danser- Afro Charanga (Colombia, 1980) La Mulatona- Los Hijos Del Rey (Dominican Republic, 1977) Ananas aus Caracas- Vico Torriani (Germany, 1950s/early 60s) Nadie Me Puede Juzgar- Gino Caruso (Venezuela/Italy, 1966) Angelina (Cha Cha)- Unknown (Italy, Private press advert for cruise ship M/V Angelina Lauro) Mariti in Citta- Domenico Modugno (Italy, 1958) Jugando- Estrellita Salinas (Puerto Rico, 1950s or 60s) No Pidas Mas Perdon- Blas Hernandez (Puerto Rico, 1950s or 60s) Galpon de Ayer- Jose Larralde (Argentina, 1977) Presumida- Pastor Lopez y Su Combo (Venezuela, 1983) Adivina, Adivinador- Nayo (Peru, 1969?) Nie tańczę z obcymi- Isabella's Vocal Group (Poland, 1975) A Mover La Colita- La Sonora Dinamita (Colombia, 1987) El Ciclon- La Sonora Dinamita (Colombia, 1987) Pegaso- The Latin Brothers (Colombia, 1987) La temperatura- Rodolfo Aicardi con los Hispanos (Colombia, 1991) Tolu- Lucho Gavilanes y su organo parrandero (Colombia, 1974) Mish Pachanga- Los Magnificos (Colombia, 1980s) Mi Cuba Bella- El Gran Trio (Puerto Rico, 1960s) Pato a la olla- Lucho Gavilanes y su organo parrandero (Colombia, 1974) Mis Pesares- El Gran Trio (Puerto Rico, 1960s) Tu Piel- Rodolfo Hoyos (Cuba/US/Unknown, 1950s/1960s) Rapuncel- Nayo (Peru, 1969?) Adi Adios Amigo- Issy Pat, die Sunshines und die Toledos (Germany, 1950s)

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3. Brisa Del Pacífico (Currulao) by Austin Shutov

Brisa Del Pacífico (Currulao) by Austin Shutov

A Colombian currulao composed by Austin Shutov.

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4. Selección De Chamamé by Austin Shutov

Selección De Chamamé by Austin Shutov

A selection of Argentinean chamames by Austin Shutov.

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5. Chulla Quiteño (Pasacalle) Y Un Sanjuanito played by Austin Shutov

Chulla Quiteño (Pasacalle) Y Un Sanjuanito played by Austin Shutov

An Ecuadorian pasacalle and a sanjuanito played by Austin Shutov.

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6. Bien Bailadito by Polibio Mayorga (Played by Austin Shutov)

Bien Bailadito by Polibio Mayorga (Played by Austin Shutov)

Tocando el exito de cumbia electronica "Bien Bailadito" por Polibio Mayorga. Espero que disfruten.

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7. La Cumbia De Satanás

La Cumbia De Satanás

My cover of a Mexican sonidero cumbia from the early 80s, which was performed by Los Tremendos De Colombia as well as Publio Martinez y Sus Corraleros.

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8. La Cumbia Mia

La Cumbia Mia

La Cumbia Mia by Austin Shutov. Composed and recorded in one take.

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9. El Tigre Mono by Austin Shutov

El Tigre Mono by Austin Shutov

Originally a Colombian song, it was covered in 1967 by Teresin Jaen and in 1979 by Lorenzo Castillo, becoming a classic Panamanian cumbia.

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10. La Farra Es Aqui by Austin Shutov (Composed by Polibio Mayorga)

La Farra Es Aqui by Austin Shutov (Composed by Polibio Mayorga)

My cover of the electronic cumbia "La Farra Es Aqui" by Polibio Mayorga.

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11. Cumbias Al Estilo De Polibio Mayorga by Austin Shutov

Cumbias Al Estilo De Polibio Mayorga by Austin Shutov

A medley of cumbias played in the synthesizer style of Polibio Mayorga, starting off with a few of his compositions like "Ponchito De Colores", "El Bachiller", "Pañuelo De Seda", and ending with some cumbia versions of European classical music. Excuse any mistakes, this was recorded impromptu with no preparation.

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12. Casita De Pobres by Austin Shutov (Composed by Polibio Mayorga)

Casita De Pobres by Austin Shutov (Composed by Polibio Mayorga)

My cover of "Casita De Pobres", a popular cumbia composed by Polibio Mayorga and recorded with "Olmedo Torres Y Su Cuarteto" in 1976.

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13. Descarga en Organo by Austin Shutov

Descarga en Organo by Austin Shutov

Bits and pieces of different guaguancos, son montunos, cumbias, guarachas, currulaos, and tamboreras interspersed with improvisation. Recorded in NYC on 12/15/16.

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14. Regalo De Mi Novia (Versión con Acordeon) by Austin Shutov

Regalo De Mi Novia (Versión con Acordeon) by Austin Shutov

My second attempt at covering "Regalo De Mi Novia" Teresin Jaén, this time playing the accordion instead of my keyboard.

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15. Regalo De Mi Novia by Austin Shutov (Original by Teresin Jaen)

Regalo De Mi Novia by Austin Shutov (Original by Teresin Jaen)

My cover of Regalo De Mi Novia by Teresin Jaen. Originally a Colombian song called "El Mochuelo", Teresin's Panamanian version took on a life of its own as a melancholic cumbia hit around 1972.

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16. Medley of Panamanian Cumbias played by Austin Shutov

Medley of Panamanian Cumbias played by Austin Shutov

A medley of Panamanian cumbias played and sung by me, including tracks by Teresin Jaen, Dorindo Cardenas, and Papi Brandao. Tracklist: Se Acaba El Mundo- Dorindo Cardenas La Viudita De La Miel- Papi Brandao Casilda Dominguez- Teresin Jaen Carretera Al Canajagua- composed by Gelo Cordoba El Coloso- Teresin Jaen Cuando Un Amor Se Aleja- Teresin Jaen Sincelejos- Teresin Jaen Todos Los Ritmos Son Buenos- Teresin Jaen

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17. Andrea (Cumbia Villera)

Andrea (Cumbia Villera)

My cover of Andrea by Pibes Chorros.

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18. Carimbó, Siriá, Lambada

Carimbó, Siriá, Lambada

A medley of Northern Brazilian songs in the rhythms of carimbó, siriá, and lambada.

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19. Ya Se Ha Muerto Mi Abuelo (COVER)

Ya Se Ha Muerto Mi Abuelo (COVER)

My cover of the Amazonian Cumbia hit "Ya Se Ha Muerto Mi Abuelo" by Juaneco Y Su Combo which originally came out in 1979.

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