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Money Chicha

Maria Teresa/Cumbia del Desierto


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Money Chicha

Maria Teresa/Cumbia del Desierto


El que siembra su maiz
El que siembra su maiz
Guaguanco callejero
Guaguanco callejero
Palo de mango
Palo de mango
Corralito de piedra
Corralito de piedra
Esperando el carnaval
Esperando el carnaval
El panadero
El panadero
A buenaventura
A buenaventura
Descarga a Julian
Descarga a Julian
Salsa y Bembé
Salsa y Bembé
Colorín Colorao
Colorín Colorao
Cumbia tumaquera
Cumbia tumaquera
Canalete de charchajo
Canalete de charchajo
SKU: VAMPI 45081  |  ,

Austin-based future-cumbia group Money Chicha presents a fascinating exploration of the nexus of Peru’s legendary fuzzed-out early chicha sound and the band’s unique application of chicha-influenced sounds to their own original compositions.

This new single features two cover versions of Chacalon and Los Destellos classics recreated here in a faithful yet updated and energetic manner.

It anticipates their forthcoming new album that will feature guest collaborations with Peruvian legend Jose Luis Carballo (Chacalon/La Nueva Crema) and Colombian-American vocalist Kiko Villamizar as well as Nemegata frontman Victor Cruz on percussion.

Austin-based future-cumbia group Money Chicha presents a fascinating exploration of the nexus of Peru's legendary fuzzed-out early chicha sound and the band’s unique application of chicha-influenced sounds to their own original compositions.

‘Maria Teresa’, a song written by Roberto Zavala and brought to fame by Chacalon, is on the A side of this new single while we find ‘Cumbia del Desierto’ on the flipside, an instrumental classic by Los Destellos that Money Chicha recreates here in a faithful yet updated and energetic manner.

This single anticipates their forthcoming new album that will include guest collaborations with Peruvian legend Jose Luis Carballo (Chacalon/La Nueva Crema) and Colombian-American vocalist Kiko Villamizar as well as Nemegata frontman Victor Cruz on percussion.


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El que siembra su maiz
El que siembra su maiz
Guaguanco callejero
Guaguanco callejero
Palo de mango
Palo de mango
Corralito de piedra
Corralito de piedra
Esperando el carnaval
Esperando el carnaval
El panadero
El panadero
A buenaventura
A buenaventura
Descarga a Julian
Descarga a Julian
Salsa y Bembé
Salsa y Bembé
Colorín Colorao
Colorín Colorao
Cumbia tumaquera
Cumbia tumaquera
Canalete de charchajo
Canalete de charchajo

Austin-based future-cumbia group Money Chicha presents a fascinating exploration of the nexus of Peru’s legendary fuzzed-out early chicha sound and the band’s unique application of chicha-influenced sounds to their own original compositions.

This new single features two cover versions of Chacalon and Los Destellos classics recreated here in a faithful yet updated and energetic manner.

It anticipates their forthcoming new album that will feature guest collaborations with Peruvian legend Jose Luis Carballo (Chacalon/La Nueva Crema) and Colombian-American vocalist Kiko Villamizar as well as Nemegata frontman Victor Cruz on percussion.

Austin-based future-cumbia group Money Chicha presents a fascinating exploration of the nexus of Peru's legendary fuzzed-out early chicha sound and the band’s unique application of chicha-influenced sounds to their own original compositions.

‘Maria Teresa’, a song written by Roberto Zavala and brought to fame by Chacalon, is on the A side of this new single while we find ‘Cumbia del Desierto’ on the flipside, an instrumental classic by Los Destellos that Money Chicha recreates here in a faithful yet updated and energetic manner.

This single anticipates their forthcoming new album that will include guest collaborations with Peruvian legend Jose Luis Carballo (Chacalon/La Nueva Crema) and Colombian-American vocalist Kiko Villamizar as well as Nemegata frontman Victor Cruz on percussion.

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Maria Teresa/Cumbia del Desierto

El que siembra su maiz
El que siembra su maiz
Guaguanco callejero
Guaguanco callejero
Palo de mango
Palo de mango
Corralito de piedra
Corralito de piedra
Esperando el carnaval
Esperando el carnaval
El panadero
El panadero
A buenaventura
A buenaventura
Descarga a Julian
Descarga a Julian
Salsa y Bembé
Salsa y Bembé
Colorín Colorao
Colorín Colorao
Cumbia tumaquera
Cumbia tumaquera
Canalete de charchajo
Canalete de charchajo
SKU: VAMPI 45081  |  ,

Austin-based future-cumbia group Money Chicha presents a fascinating exploration of the nexus of Peru’s legendary fuzzed-out early chicha sound and the band’s unique application of chicha-influenced sounds to their own original compositions.

This new single features two cover versions of Chacalon and Los Destellos classics recreated here in a faithful yet updated and energetic manner.

It anticipates their forthcoming new album that will feature guest collaborations with Peruvian legend Jose Luis Carballo (Chacalon/La Nueva Crema) and Colombian-American vocalist Kiko Villamizar as well as Nemegata frontman Victor Cruz on percussion.

Austin-based future-cumbia group Money Chicha presents a fascinating exploration of the nexus of Peru's legendary fuzzed-out early chicha sound and the band’s unique application of chicha-influenced sounds to their own original compositions.

‘Maria Teresa’, a song written by Roberto Zavala and brought to fame by Chacalon, is on the A side of this new single while we find ‘Cumbia del Desierto’ on the flipside, an instrumental classic by Los Destellos that Money Chicha recreates here in a faithful yet updated and energetic manner.

This single anticipates their forthcoming new album that will include guest collaborations with Peruvian legend Jose Luis Carballo (Chacalon/La Nueva Crema) and Colombian-American vocalist Kiko Villamizar as well as Nemegata frontman Victor Cruz on percussion.


View cart

11,00


Money Chicha

Maria Teresa/Cumbia del Desierto

El que siembra su maiz
El que siembra su maiz
Guaguanco callejero
Guaguanco callejero
Palo de mango
Palo de mango
Corralito de piedra
Corralito de piedra
Esperando el carnaval
Esperando el carnaval
El panadero
El panadero
A buenaventura
A buenaventura
Descarga a Julian
Descarga a Julian
Salsa y Bembé
Salsa y Bembé
Colorín Colorao
Colorín Colorao
Cumbia tumaquera
Cumbia tumaquera
Canalete de charchajo
Canalete de charchajo
El que siembra su maiz
El que siembra su maiz
Guaguanco callejero
Guaguanco callejero
Palo de mango
Palo de mango
Corralito de piedra
Corralito de piedra
Esperando el carnaval
Esperando el carnaval
El panadero
El panadero
A buenaventura
A buenaventura
Descarga a Julian
Descarga a Julian
Salsa y Bembé
Salsa y Bembé
Colorín Colorao
Colorín Colorao
Cumbia tumaquera
Cumbia tumaquera
Canalete de charchajo
Canalete de charchajo
SKU: VAMPI 45081  |  ,

Austin-based future-cumbia group Money Chicha presents a fascinating exploration of the nexus of Peru’s legendary fuzzed-out early chicha sound and the band’s unique application of chicha-influenced sounds to their own original compositions.

This new single features two cover versions of Chacalon and Los Destellos classics recreated here in a faithful yet updated and energetic manner.

It anticipates their forthcoming new album that will feature guest collaborations with Peruvian legend Jose Luis Carballo (Chacalon/La Nueva Crema) and Colombian-American vocalist Kiko Villamizar as well as Nemegata frontman Victor Cruz on percussion.

Austin-based future-cumbia group Money Chicha presents a fascinating exploration of the nexus of Peru's legendary fuzzed-out early chicha sound and the band’s unique application of chicha-influenced sounds to their own original compositions.

‘Maria Teresa’, a song written by Roberto Zavala and brought to fame by Chacalon, is on the A side of this new single while we find ‘Cumbia del Desierto’ on the flipside, an instrumental classic by Los Destellos that Money Chicha recreates here in a faithful yet updated and energetic manner.

This single anticipates their forthcoming new album that will include guest collaborations with Peruvian legend Jose Luis Carballo (Chacalon/La Nueva Crema) and Colombian-American vocalist Kiko Villamizar as well as Nemegata frontman Victor Cruz on percussion.

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