2014-05-02 Mexican (and related) Musics for Cinco de Mayo

2 May cinco-de-mayoYeah, it’s a few days before Cinco de Mayo, but no matter — we’ll celebrate this commemoration of a Mexican military victory with some peaceful but rambunctious Mexican music from both sides of the border.

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Hour 1
“Migra” from Die Cowboy Die

Los Dos Gilbertos “El Rosalito” from Conjunto! Texas-Mexican Border Music

Los Mocosos “Llegaron Los Mocosos” from Shades Of Brown

Ani Cordero “Macorina” from Recordar

Amanda Martinez “Que Bonita Es Esta Vida” from Manana

Lila Downs “Ojo de Culebra” from Shake Away

Cuchata “No Me Dejas Solo” from Amor, Cambio, y La Verdad

Los Folkloristas “El Sacamandu” from Mexico!

Deepak Chopra feat. Adriana Castelazo “In Love with You” from Latin Lounge

Set break – KAOS Community Billboard

Antonio Adolfo “Fon-Fon” from Rio, Choro, Jazz…

Perla Batalla “Mexico De Mi Alma” from Discoteca Batalla

Yerba Buena “EL Burrito” from Island Life

Pistolera “Cazador” from Siempre Hay Salida

Sones de Mexico Ensemble “Los Matlachines De Hidalgo” from Fiesta Mexicana: Mexican Songs and Stories for Niños and Niñas and their Papás and Mamás

Hour 2
“Ya Viene El Sol (The Beatle Bob Remix)” from Street Signs

Bossacucanova “Adeus America (feat. Os Cariocas, Oscar Castro Neves & Wilson Simoninha)” from Our Kind of Bossa

Rodrigo y Gabriela “Torito” from 9 Dead Alive

Baka Beyond “Heart Of The Night” from After The Tempest

Anansy Cisse “Fati Ka” from Mali Overdrive

Hanitra Ranaivo “Raopilany” from Songs From Madagascar

Beautiful Nubia and the Roots Renaissance Band “Keere O!” from Keere

Ahmed “Alifuthu” from Dhaalu Raa

Set break — Concert Calendar

Gamelan Angklung, Jineng Dalem Selatan village “Lagu No. 3” from From Kuno to Kebyar: Balinese Gamelan Angklung

Eccodek “Village in Me” from Singing in Tongues

Ilhan Ersahin “Gocmenler” from Ilhan Ersahin’s Wonderland

Correo Aereo “Petenera del Itsmo (Mexico)” from Provinces

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