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El Rock De Mi Pueblo

by Carlos Vives

El Rock De Mi Pueblo by Carlos Vives

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El Rock De Mi Pueblo

by Carlos Vives

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Label: Capitol Latin
Vives sprang back into action on this 2004 release, gussying up his trademark pop-vallenato sound with rock guitars and a decidedly rough-and-tumble feel and (oddly) veering into Haight Street hippiedom with freshly-grown dreadlocks. Still, while "Como Tu" got radio play, there are scads of rewarding tracks, including "La Llamada," "La Maravilla" and "Gallito De Caramelo."

About This Album

Vives sprang back into action on this 2004 release, gussying up his trademark pop-vallenato sound with rock guitars and a decidedly rough-and-tumble feel and (oddly) veering into Haight Street hippiedom with freshly-grown dreadlocks. Still, while "Como Tu" got radio play, there are scads of rewarding tracks, including "La Llamada," "La Maravilla" and "Gallito De Caramelo."

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About This Album

Vives sprang back into action on this 2004 release, gussying up his trademark pop-vallenato sound with rock guitars and a decidedly rough-and-tumble feel and (oddly) veering into Haight Street hippiedom with freshly-grown dreadlocks. Still, while "Como Tu" got radio play, there are scads of rewarding tracks, including "La Llamada," "La Maravilla" and "Gallito De Caramelo."