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Trío Mèxico - Song of the Oaxaca album mp3

Trío Mèxico - Song of the Oaxaca album mp3
  • Performer:
    Trío Mèxico
  • Title:
    Song of the Oaxaca
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  • Date of release:
    August 18, 1998
  • Recording date:
    April, 1997
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    1795 megabytes
  • Size MP3 version
    1459 megabytes
  • Size WMA version
    1429 megabytes
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Made in Germany by Warner Music Manufacturing Europe. Packaging: clear tray jewel case with 24-page booklet, housed in an O-card. Mould SID Code: IFPI 05M4.

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Daniel Ramírez del Valle - Guitar, Vocals
Willy Fonseca - Requinto, Vocals
Pedro Galindo - Composer
Pepe Guízar - Composer
Jesús Hijar - Bass
Miguel Backal Matrini - Executive Producer
Luis Fernando David Miranda - Arranger, Liner Notes, Musical Director, Requinto, Vocals
Sergio Plascencia - Production Coordination
Trío Mèxico - Primary Artist

Track List

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 Cancion Mixteca Trío Mèxico 3:42
2 La llorona Trío Mèxico 5:45
3 La Misma Noches Trío Mèxico 3:26
4 Salina Cruz Trío Mèxico 3:29
5 La Martiniana Trío Mèxico 3:43
6 El Penultimo Beso Trío Mèxico 3:57
7 La zandunga Trío Mèxico 4:20
8 Tehuantepec Pepe Guízar Trío Mèxico 4:48
9 Nayla Trío Mèxico 3:10
10 Surianita Pedro Galindo Trío Mèxico 3:03
11 La Juanita Trío Mèxico 3:16
12 Mi Pregunta Trío Mèxico 3:00
13 La Petrona Trío Mèxico 3:37
14 El Feo Trío Mèxico 3:32
15 Dios Numca Muere Trío Mèxico 3:38