The Rhythms of BLACK PERU



This music is rich, the soul comes alive, family and friends arrive early to help set-up.  Hope you are ready to  rumba, because its going to be hot and the time together, very sweet.  Dig deep, the sounds and rhythms are part of an ancient heart-beat—yes, from the depths of the soil, the roots of the earth.   

Afro-Peruvian music is one of the most elusive genres in the world.  It’s practically unheard outside the borders of Peru, and the people there are even unsure of many aspects of its history.  The roots of this music date back to the mid 1500s, but over time Afro-Peruvian culture and its music faded.  From the mid 1950s through the 1970s, Peruvian labels such as El Virrey, IEMPSA, and Odeon supported an Afro-Peruvian revival with the release of hundreds of albums. 

Ruperta (Lando) MP3
The Rhythms of Black Peru is a collection of some of the most important Afro-Peruvian recordings of all time that is over a year and half in the making.  Many of the tracks were discovered after digging for records in a run-down garage located in central Lima last April.  This compilation includes prolific figures in Afro-Peruvian culture such as Nicomedes Santa Cruz, Chabuca Granda, and Zambo Cavero.  This hand numbered vinyl-only compilation is the perfect introduction to this percussion driven fusion of African rhythms and Latin melodies. As always, each LP is hand assembled in our facilities for quality control.  Every copy comes in a re-sealable dust bag and includes a HQ MP3 download card for the entire album.
 
Check out the teaser video and grab your FREE TRACK DOWNLOAD.  If you dig the free track, please pass it along to your friends. 

http://rhythmsofblackperu.com/

~ by castleqwayr on May 23, 2011.

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