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Lord Panama and The Stickers Fire Down Below
03 :00
02
Orquesta de Armando Boza con Manito Johnson Samba Calypso
02 :41
03
Papi Brandao y Sus Ejecutivos Bilongo
03 :11
04
Ceferino Nieto El Pajaro Zum Zum
02 :54
05
Little Francisco Greaves Moving-Grooving
02 :57
06
Los Silvertones Up Tight
03 :17
07
Orquesta Los Embajadores con Camilo Azuquita Shingalin en Panama
02 :54
08
Soul Apollo with Fredrick Clarke Chombo Pa' La Tienda
03 :15
09
Amalia Delgado con El Conjunto Inspiracion Santena Carretera Al Canajagua
02 :57
10
Yin Carrizo 20 de Enero en Ocu
02 :54
11
Maximo Rodriguez y Las Estrellas Panamenas Chevere Que Chevere
03 :35
12
Ralph Weeks With The Telecasters Gua Jazz
02 :53
13 03 :29
14
Beby Castor con Los Juveniles Lloraras
03 :25
15
Los Mozambiques Llegamos Ya
03 :41
16
Los Salvajes del Ritmo St. John's Guaguanco
02 :45
17
Lord Cobra Colón Colón
03 :02
18
Conjunto Panama Trigueñito y Solo
02 :43
19
Black Czar Bamboo Dance
03 :02
20
Lord Cobra and His Sugar Tone Band Partido Calpysonian
03 :01
21
Sir Valentino con Combo Esclavos Alegres Masters Are Gone
03 :19
22
Los Invasores El Raton
03 :26
23
Los Silvertones Carmen
03 :44
ARTIST
TITLE
Panama!3 - Calypso Panameño, Guajira Jazz
FORMAT
CD

LABEL
CATALOG #
SNDW 018CD SNDW 018CD
GENRE
RELEASE DATE
10/27/2009

...& Cumbia Típica On The Isthmus 1960-75. After two very successful and well-received previous volumes of tropical rarities from Panama, co-compilers Roberto Gyemant and Miles Cleret are joined by Will "Quantic" Holland for the final piece of this unique series. Volume 3 showcases more of the unique tropical music created in Panama in the fertile decades of the 1960s and 1970s. Panama is the thin, tropical bridge that connects North and South America, and is home to three million culturally-diverse people; its music is a soulful blend of Latin American, Caribbean, European and indigenous forms. From bilingual calypsos to guajira jazz, from tropical guarachas to cumbia tamboreras, Panamanian musicians fearlessly combined and brilliantly executed styles that reflected their multicultural environment during a turbulent time in the young country's history. This collection presents more of the golden age of Panamanian music and the music of the combos nacionales on rare recordings that have never been released outside the isthmus until now.