17 Songs, 48 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Astonishingly, not a panpipe appears among the 17 lively acts comprising this revisionist collection of vintage sounds from the Peruvian Andes. Pop meets folklore in the irresistible electric cumbia of Los Demonios del Mantaro and Los Bárbaros del Centro; dual pianos pound out a catchy huayno melody in Manolo Avalos' "Río de Paria"; and swinging singer Alicia Maguiña extols the highlands with a Lima big band in "Perla Andina."

EDITORS’ NOTES

Astonishingly, not a panpipe appears among the 17 lively acts comprising this revisionist collection of vintage sounds from the Peruvian Andes. Pop meets folklore in the irresistible electric cumbia of Los Demonios del Mantaro and Los Bárbaros del Centro; dual pianos pound out a catchy huayno melody in Manolo Avalos' "Río de Paria"; and swinging singer Alicia Maguiña extols the highlands with a Lima big band in "Perla Andina."

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2:50
2:21
2:59
2:46
2:50
2:30
2:59
2:14
3:05
3:10
3:05
2:47
2:39
3:27
2:41
3:05
2:46