2017-05-05 – Cinco de Mayo Music

Lila DownsMexican, Mexican-flavored, and other Latin music appropriate to celebrate the curiously American party holiday that grew out of a Mexican military upset of the French in 1862.

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Hour 1
A.B. Quintanilla III & Kumbia Kings featuring Ozomatli
“Mi Gente” from Latin Party

Banda de los Muertos “Ay Mexicanita” from Banda de los Muertos

Ani Cordero “Corrupcion” from Querido Mundo

Yuly Tovar “Corazon Herido” from Songs from Mexico

Grupo Fantasma “Problemas” from Problemas

Perla Batalla “Cuando Sale la Luna” from Discoteca Batalla

Yerba Buena “El Burrito” from Island Life

Mariachi Guerrilla “El Pico de Federico” from La Tumba era Demasiado Silenciosa

Salsa Celtica “Esperanza” from El Camino

Set break — KAOS Community Billboard

Brownout “You Already Are” from Homenaje

Locura “To’ Pa’ Mi” from Semilla Caminante

Gina Chavez “Siete-D (feat. Adrian Quesada & Grupo Fantasma)” from up.rooted

Tish Hinojosa “Las Fronterizas” from Cada Niño

Quetzal “Unbound (Sueltos)” from The Eternal Getdown

Hour 2
Lila Downs
“Little Man” from Shake Away

Los de Abajo “La Sonidera” from Latino Nuevo

Quique Escamilla “Okavango” from 500 Years Of Night

Los Flacos “Rosa Celeste (Mexico)” from Rosa Celeste

Carrie Rodriguez + The Sacred Hearts “Frio en el Alma” from Lola

Las Cafeteras “This Land Is Your Land” from Tastes Like LA

Los Aguas Aguas “Eclesiastic” from Easy And Tropical Machine

Ozomatli “Donde Se Fueron?” from Ozomatli

Amanda Martinez “Tenemos de Todo” from Manana

Omar Torrez “Amorasa” from La Danza en Mi Corazon

Set break — Spin The Globe world music concert calendar

Coyotzin “El Triunfo de los Gemelos Divinos” from Historias Delos Brujos

O-Maya “Mexico lindo” from O-Maya

Tara Linda & Luna Nueva “El Diablito y Su Accordeon” from New Moon

Sones de Mexico Ensemble “La danza del sol” from Fiesta Mexicana: Mexican Songs and Stories for Niños and Niñas and their Papás and Mamás

Locos por Juana “Para Siempre (feat. Jorge Villamizar)” from Caribe

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