Esaú Alemán | Tú Me Llenaste de Amor

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Tú Me Llenaste de Amor

by Esaú Alemán

Esaú Alemán: Tú Me Llenaste de Amor - A great and unique Latin musical experience. CD price: $15.99 / MP3 price: $12.99
Genre: Latin: Latin Folk
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1. Melancolia Esau Aleman
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2. Maldita sea la Guerra Esau Aleman
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3. Abandono Esau Aleman
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4. A la Medianoche Esau Aleman
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5. La Luna Árabe Esau Aleman
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6. La Reina del Carnaval Esau Aleman
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7. Profanación Esau Aleman
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8. Tú Me Llenaste de Amor Esau Aleman
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9. Sin Casa Esau Aleman
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10. Para los Niños de la Tierra Esau Aleman
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
English Below

SPANISH
Introducción
“No dejes la verdad perdida en las aguas sucias de la religion y la politica, ni la dejes escondida en los atrios de la oscuridad porque la verdad y luz para todos y la puedes encontrar en ti, si abres las ventanas de la libertad.”
-scubda

Nací en 1965 en Nejapa, un pueblito al noreste de la capital salvadoreña. Crecí con mi Bis Abuela descendiente de mayas. Ella me enseño que el amor todo lo da y que nunca deja de ser. Fue feliz porque siempre dio sin esperara recibir. Su alegría estaba en darse a los demás.

Debido a los problemas político-militares mi madre nos llevo a vivir a Costa Rica en 1979 donde crecí desde la primaria hasta la universidad.

En fin para que esta grabación llegara a tus manos he tenido que esperar bastante tiempo
en el cual he amado este arte que no elegí, es el arte el que me amó y me puso en estas circunstancias; por eso tuve que tocar en las calles, buses, cantinas, fiestas y mas recientemente una banqueta publica en Venice Beach.

Este CD no es un parámetro para encasillarme en una idea o un libro de canciones e historias con una sola idea; porque soy de los que teme a los hombres que juzgan el mundo y las cosas por la lectura de un solo libro. Es creo, un carnaval de tristezas y alegrías, un vía crucis por Centro América y Norte América. Es una locura universal.

ENGLISH
Introduction
Don’t lose the truth
in the dirty waters of religion
and politics, or leave it hidden
in the chambers of darkness,
because the truth is a light for all
and you can find it in yourself, if you open
the windows of liberty.
–scubda

I was born in 1965 in Nejapa, a little town north-east of the Salvadorian capital. I grew up with my great-grandmother, a descendant of the Maya. She taught me that everything gives love and never stops existing. She was happy because she always gave without expecting anything in return; her joy was based in giving to others.

Due to political-military problems, my mother took us to live in Costa Rica in 1979, where I lived between first grade and college.

In the end I’ve had to wait a long time for this recording to reach your hands, during which I’ve loved this art that I did not choose; the art loved me and put me in these circumstances. This is why I’ve had to play on the streets, in buses, in bars, at parties, and most recently at a public banquet in Venice Beach.

This album is not a framework to pigeonhole me in a single idea or a book of songs and stories around a single idea, because I’m one of those who fears the men who judge the world and everything in it from reading a single book. I mean, it is a carnival of sorrow and joys, a path of suffering through Central America and North America. It’s a universal insanity. I hope you like it.


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