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Índice » 2010 » Abril » 20 » Rumillajta "City of Stone"
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Rumillajta "City of Stone"

City of Stone

02 - Flor de Caña
03 - El sicuri
04 - Caripuyo Torrecita
05 - Fantasia Incaica
06 - Condor Pasa
07 - Machu Pichu
08 - Carnaval del Valle
09 - Corti Poncho
10 - La Guambrita
Rumillajta meaning 'City of Stone' in Quechua (one of the most widely spoken languages in the Andean region) were formed in 1979 by five excellent Bolivian musicians including the famous singer Edgar Villarroel (from Inti Raymi, Mallku de los Andes, Roberto Pla and his Latin Ensemble and Los K'jarkas). Rumillajta were one of the first ever Andean bands to record for an international record label thus gaining popular appeal. City of Stone, Rumillajta's first album gave birth to Tumi Music and contains the raw feel of Andean music taking the listener to the heart of the Andes with traditional songs such as El Condor Pasa.
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