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1. Changüí en Yateras
2. Inspiración de los pueblos
3. Hazlo como yo
4. Cuidao con la lengua
5. A los salseros
6. Vamos a la rumba
7. El viaje lo pago yo
8. Eugenio
9. Vera's Introduction Song
10. Reclamación al changüí
11. A mi madre lloraba
12. Se acabaron los guapos en Yateras
13. Latamblé tocando el tres
14. Guarijira
15. Guajiro guapo en Yateras
16. A mi madre lloraba
17. Alúmbrame que te quiero ver
18. Introduction Song
19. Hidden Track
20. Mujer de mi país
21. Envidia no mata
22. Se quiere tu baillar changüí
23. Guajira cubana
24. Vamos a cafetal, Nicolasa
25. Medley: Mi cafetal-Sarandonga
26. Llegó la tradición
27. 30 de agosto
28. La rumba te llama
29. Ochún
30. Los santos mi están llamando
31. Cuidemos la capa de ozono
32. La Chacona pide un consuelo
33. La llevo al Megatón
34. Me hace falta una negra
35. De aquí pa' Italia
36. Al festival de Yateras
37. Guararey de Pastora
38. Ven cubana ven
39. Yo vivo solito en el mundo
40. Alto Songo
41. Amigo Tabera
42. Vamos a la quinta
43. El tres de Pedro Vera
44. Guararey de Pastora
45. Digno de lástima
46. Toca marímbula, Olivares
47. En casa de Bella-changüí como yo
48. Hay un no se qué
49. La sardina rumbera
50. La música llamada changüí
51. Latamblé tocando el tres
52. Goodbye Song

More Info:

3-CD Box Set and 120-page comprehensive book. Between 2017 and 2019 music journalist Gianluca Tramontana traveled to the Guantánamo region of Cuba and immersed himself in a 150-plus-year-old culture of rural, riff-based, foot-stomping, largely improvised music. Through his journey into changüí music he recorded these musicians in their homes, backyards, and porches. The results are three and a half hours of music played for the sole purpose of making you dance 'til you drop.