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Cuadernos de Mexico

Cuadernos de Mexico by Various Artists buy album

Various Artists

Label: Winter & Winter Records
Released: 2005
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CD1 (total time 62:28).

Marimba Nandayapa is Norberto Nandayapa Velasco, Mario Nandayapa Velasco, Javier Nandayapa Velasco, Oscar Nandayapa Velasco, Zeferino Nandayapa Ralda: marimba (1-4, Mexico City).

El Negro Ojeda is El Negro Ojeda: vocals; José Luis Santiago: guitar and vocals (5-12, Mexico City).

Los Caminantes are Wilbert Paredes: guitar and vocals; Wilbert González: requinto and lead vocals; Augustin Marrufo: guitar and third voice (13 -17, Mexico City).

CD2 (total time 58:59).

Colibri is Arcadia Noguera Escamila: jarana and vocals; Guillermo Morales López: guitarrón and vocals; Victor Manuel Altamirano: violin; Carlos Alfonso Bocanegra Bolaños: percussion; Guillermo Morales Noguera: percussion (1-2, Mexico City).

Son de Madera is Andrés Vega: jarana and vocals; Ramón Gutiérrez: guitarra de son and vocals; Laura Rebolloso: leona and vocals (3, Xalapa, Veracruz).

Al Golpe del Guatimé is José Ángel Vázquez: requinto jarocho and vocals; Teresita de Jesús Islas de Gutiérrez: jarana, vocals, zapateado; with guests Silvia Santos Castillo: jarana; Honorio Robledo: jarana, percussion, vocals; Humberto Victorio: leona.

Matanga is Honorio Robledo: jarana, percussion, vocals; José Ángel Gutiérrez Vázquez: requinto jarocho, vocals; Teresita de Jesús Islas de Gutiérrez: jarana, vocals; Luana Romero: percussion, vocals; Humberto Victorio: leona. Guests: Silvia Santos Castillo: jarana, vocals, zapateado; Daniel López Romero: jarana, vocals (4-6, Xico, Veracruz).

Hikuri is Silvia Santos Castillo: vocals and first jarana; Daniel López Romero: vocals, second jarana; José Ángel Gutiérrez Vázquez: requinto jarocho; Jesús Camara Pacheco: coros (7-8, Xico, Veracruz).

Pancho Tina is Francisco Toledo Alonso: vocals, panchofón (9, Unión Hidalgo, Oaxaca).

Guúgu Huiini is Sabino Dali- López Charis: charimia; Salvador Hernández Esteva: tambor; Mijail Adonis López Ayuso: caparazón de tortuga; Robelsi Martinez Blas: caparazón de tortuga (10, Juchitán, Oaxaca).

Los Campechano are Lorena Campechano Yan: jarana 3/4, coros; Juan Manuel Campechano Yan: guitarra de son, vocals; Pablo Campechano: leona, coros, solo de guitarra; Paola Campechano Yan: pandero, vocals; Mariana Campechano Yan: vocals, coros; Jatniel Simei Solis Dominguez: third jarana; Gerardo Ávila: quijada de burro, zapateado (11-13, Santiago Tuxtla, Veracruz).

CD3 (total time 74:57).

Los Cojolites are Saúl Bernal Zemudio: second jarana and vocals; Marcelo González Molina: leona and vocals; Noé González Molina: guitarra de son and vocals; Benito Cortés Padua: third jarana and vocals; Nora Lara Gómez: zapateado (1-2, Centro Jaltipan, Veracruz).

Che Dró is Cándido Zárate Regalado Che Dró: guitarra and vocals (3-5, Juchitán, Oaxaca).

Duo Xavizende is Fernando Salinas: sexto and vocals; Máximo Santiago Sánchez: requinto and vocals (6-9, Juchitán, Oaxaca).

Banda Musical Don Pepe is José Luis Morales: alto saxophone; Augustin Ruiz Sánchez: trumpet; Vincente Guerra: alto saxophone; Macario Guerra: tenor saxophone; Juventino Gómez: redoble; Irán Gómez: bombo; Iván Gómez: platillos (10-14, Juchitán, Oaxaca).

Susana Harp is Susana Harp: vocals; Carlos Tovar: percussion and vocals; Jorge Garcia: guitar (15-19, Mexico City).

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