100% Colombian

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Friday, January 29, 2010

The buzz around Colombian music is growing, and the country's biggest rock band, Aterciopelados, is up for a Grammy this weekend. Studio 360's Rob Weisberg explains how Colombia's coolest pop draws on old traditions that used to be called "grandpa's music."

    Music Playlist
  1. Cumbia Cienaguera
    Artist: Pedro Laza y Su Pelayeros
    Album: Various Artists: Cumbia Cumbia
    Label: World Circuit
    Purchase: Amazon
  2. Compae Chipuco
    Artist: Los Hermanos Lora
    Album: Various Artists: Las Cien Canciones Nominadas a la Canciona Colombiana del Siglo
    Label: Sonolux
  3. Danse De San Agustín
    Artist: Artist Uncredited
    Album: Various Artists: Colombie - Colombia: Cumbia, Bambucos & Pasillos
    Label: Air Mail Music
    Purchase: Amazon
  4. Saludo A Mi Llano
    Artist: Alfonso Nino
    Album: Various Artists: Colombie - Colombia: Cumbia, Bambucos & Pasillos
    Label: Air Mail Music
    Purchase: Amazon
  5. La Gomela
    Artist: Aterciopelados
    Album: Con el Corazón en la Mano
    Label: Air Mail Music
    Purchase: Amazon
  6. Cosita Rica
    Artist: Bomba Estéreo
    Album: Blow Up
    Label: Nacional
    Purchase: Amazon
  7. La Tierra del Olvido
    Artist: Carlos Vives
    Album: La Tierra del Olvido
    Label: PolyGram
    Purchase: Amazon
  8. El Album
    Artist: Aterciopelados
    Album: Gozo Poderoso
    Label: Sony Music
    Purchase: Amazon
  9. Día Paranormal
    Artist: Aterciopelados
    Album: Rio
    Label: Nacional Records
    Purchase: Amazon
  10. Contacto
    Artist: Sol Okarina
    Album: Sumergible
    Label: Polen
    Purchase: Amazon
  11. La Paloma
    Artist: Sidestepper
    Album: The Buena Vibra Sound System
    Label: Quango
    Purchase: Amazon
  12. No Llores
    Artist: Aterciopelados
    Album: Rio
    Label: Nacional Records
    Purchase: Amazon

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Rob Weisberg

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