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Medellín, Colombia (2000 - present)
PUERTO CANDELARIA is an innovative and daring Colombian jazz group that emerged in 2000 at the initiative of the young pianist and teacher of composition at the University Eafit, Juan Diego "Juancho" Valencia. From the beginning the group has been marked by his curious proposal that mixes jazz with urban folklore: guasca, porro, vallenato and Chucuyo Chucuyo-among other rhythms. Merger is the result of the study of expressions of indigenous Andean Colombian mestizo rhythms and sounds of the coast of Afro-Antillean culture of our country.
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Top SongsTotal plays on Last.fm over the last 6 months
- Amor y Deudas - (4:18) - 410 plays
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- Upa Beat - (3:59) - 173 plays
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- Cumbia Estelar - (4:22) - 90 plays
- La Tusa - (3:52) - 84 plays
- Amor y Deudas - En Vivo - (4:18) - 109 plays
- Balkánica - (4:05) - 83 plays
- Se Cae - (4:13) - 151 plays
- Como yo soy tan raro - (3:16) - 68 plays
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