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Bacilos is not Mexican music

Yes, Bacilos albums are a must-have for any contemporary Latin music aficionado, but their music does NOT have any Mexican influence. The music of Bacilos is a blend of Caribbean and South American traditional rythms. The violin solo in Tabaco y Chanel is absolutely beautiful - a typical melody found in Son/Salsa/Charanga (none of which originated in Mexico) and made popular by artists such as Cuban-born Alfredo De la Fe in the 70s and 80s. As much as well all love Mexico and its beautiful culture, let's not assume all Latin music is Mexican.

Bacilos no es una banda mexicana

...sino colombiana.

Bacilos Son Colombianos

Disque Mexicanos este gringo idiota.


Genre: Latin Alternative & Rock

Years Active: '00s

Based in Miami, FL, Bacilos are an acclaimed rock en español band led by Colombian-born singer, songwriter, and guitarist Jorge Villamizar. Born October 14, 1970, in Montería, Córdoba, Colombia, Villamizar moved with his family to Quito, Ecuador, at age ten. Influenced by the Beatles as well as folk music of the Andes, he took a deep interest in music during these years. At age 15 he attended a Soda Stereo concert in Quito that left a lasting impression upon him and inspired him to make music of...
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