Bola Suriana | No se hagan bolas... ¡ésta es la bola!

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No se hagan bolas... ¡ésta es la bola!

by Bola Suriana

A blend of deliciously, spicy humor, double entendre, and social and political criticism – essential elements within the diverse facets of Bola Suriana’s work.
Genre: Latin: Latin Folk
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1. Décimas del mundial
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2. La boda
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3. Vámonos Flaca
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4. La ciudad de la esperanza
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5. Anda briago el guitarrero
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6. La inocente equivocación
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7. El fantasma de don Ramiro
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8. La renca
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9. La infiel
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10. La iguana
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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Bola Suriana has been together for over seventeen years, during which time they have developed an original style, taking as a foundation Mexican and Latin American folk music, placing special emphasis on the distinct styles of traditional music in their home state of Michoacán.

Their music has taken them on a journey of cultural forums through much of Mexico and internationally, representing Mexico during twenty tours in a variety of festivals and concerts in Europe, the United States of America, South America, and the Caribbean.

The Bola has recorded sixteen albums to date, a testimonial to their continuing work of sharing the rich musical heritage of their people.

The name of the group is taken from the army of General Emiliano Zapata, who, in the Mexican Revolution of 1910, rose up in arms against the dictator Porfirio Díaz. Zapata hoped to eradicate the precarious conditions under which farmers lived and to create a more just Mexico.

This album is a blend of deliciously, spicy humor, double entendre, and social and political criticism – essential elements within the diverse facets of Bola Suriana’s work.


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