Putumayo Records Presents:
Upbeat, danceable music from the country that inspired the Putumayo name.
Named after a beautiful Colombian river valley, Putumayo returns to its roots with a fun and danceable collection of cumbia, vallenato, porro and salsa. Colombia plays an important role in Putumayo's history, as company founder Dan Storper was inspired to name his original clothing and handcrafts company after the stunning Putumayo River valley he visited in 1974.
The music of Colombia has yet to make an international splash like Cuban music has in recent years, but everyone who is familiar with Latin America's third largest country knows that it is likely to be the source of the next big thing in Latin music. Fans of the straight-to-the-bone grooves of Cuban music will find the music of Colombia equally entrancing and soulful.
Discover the instantly engaging music of Colombia with this fun, accessible collection of music that will light up any fiesta. The extensive liner notes are in English and Spanish, and the 32-page booklet features artist photos as well as beautiful images of Colombia.
Los 50 de Joselito - Montanerisimo
Los Warahuaco - La Tuna
Gabriel Romero - Las Lavanderas
Joe Arroyo - Yamulemau
Lucho Bermudez - Fiesta de Negritos
Toto la Momposina - Oye Manita
Grupo Bahia - A Guapi
Tulio Zuloaga - Temporal
Fruko y sus Tesos - Soy Como Soy
La Sonora Dinamita - El Cicl—n
Orquesta de Edmundo Arias - Cumbia del Caribe
The Latin Brothers - Delia La Cumbiambera
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