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SUSANA BACA - ESPIRITU VIVO

I was born in Lima and grew up in a small town in Peru called Chorrillos. My father was a chauffeur for a wealthy family and my mother worked as a cook and sometimes washed clothes. In Lima we lived in an alleyway, the kind where the servants lived, off the main streets past the fancy neighborhoods. My father played the guitar. He was the official musician of the alley. Whenever there was a party they called him. He played serranitas which are tales of the Golondrinos, people who came from Los Andes near the coast in the time of cotton-picking. My father learned the serranitas from them in his childhood. They are sung at Christmas: (singing) Ay, my dove is flying away, she's gone. Let her go, she'll soon return...More


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Afrodiaspora

Seis Poemas

Eco de Sombras

Susana Baca


1. la noche y el dia
2. si me quitaran
3. caracunde
4. el fusil del poeta
5. se me van los pies
6. 13 de mayo
7. toro mata
8. aparición
9. afro-blue/zum zum
10. les feuilles mortes
11. the anchor song