Conjunto De Arpa Grande / Tierra Caliente: Music From The Hotlands Of Michoacan
Album:Tierra Caliente: Music From The Hotlands Of Michoacan Collection:World
Artist:Conjunto De Arpa Grande Added:Jul 2006

A-File Activity
Add Date:2006-08-13 Pull Date:2006-10-15 Charts:Reggae/World
Week Ending:Oct 15Oct 1Sep 24Sep 17Sep 10Sep 3Aug 27Aug 20

Recent Airplay
1.Oct 10, 2006:At the Cafe Bohemianh
Vuela, paloma
4.Sep 12, 2006:At the Cafe Bohemian
Paseando por Michoacan
2.Sep 26, 2006:At the Cafe Bohemian
El Huilotero
5.Sep 05, 2006:At the Cafe Bohemian
La Renca
3.Sep 19, 2006:At the Cafe Bohemian
El Perro
6.Aug 29, 2006:At the Cafe Bohemian
La Renca

Album Review
Reviewed 2006-08-01 
Conjunto de Arpa Grande (big harp ensemble) plays music that is similar to mariachi. The ensemble comes from the Mexican state of Michoacan. Two violins, two guitars, and a harp (that can be used as a drum) and vocals, often in falsetto. Upbeat sons, rancheras and other sounds. The harps are a bit plinky, but in a good way. Expertly-played folk music, every track worth it worth playing, but I really liked these:

1. Light, bouncy, midtempo good vocals. Too short.
2. Bright, toe-tapping w/tripping vocals & extra good strings.
3. Fast son with a fun melody & a happy sound.
4. Upbeat son w/nice blend of strings & fast vocals.
5. Relaxed and romantic ranchera with an old-fashioned feel.
8. Fast vocal duet. Lively strings & catchy melody.
11. Uptempo w/a clap-along sort of feeling.
12. Midtempo vocal duet w/good use of harp.
16. Fun, catchy, upbeat love song.
17. Tripping strings, soaring vox, upbeat.

Track Listing
1.Espinas De Alma 9.El Gallito Giro
2.El Huilotero 10.El Pasajero
3.El Perro 11.La Renca
4.El Son de Sanchez 12.Yo Quiero A Maria
5.Vuela, paloma 13.El Jarabe Ranchero
6.La Recien Casada 14.Ay, Que Alta Viene la Luna
7.La Godornia 15.Son Del Ranchero
8.Paseando por Michoacan 16.Linda Chiquilla
 17.Son Del Veinte