Beat Latino with Catalina Maria Johnson

Nuestra música: past, present and future


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This hour presents a multi-culti overview of the pioneers of Latin alternative and Urban Latino music from Latino USA, Spain, Mexico, Colombia, Cuba, Puerto Rico and other Latin American countries. The alt latino wave brought to the world irresistible beats to themes of concern about political protest, green issues, AIDS, Guantanamo, Katrina, the economy and immigration. Includes Manu Chao’s “Politik Kills”, a message from Los Mocosos, a San Francisco-based band to “Senor Presidente”, and Gil Scott-Heron’s “The Revolution will not be Televised” in versions of Latin alternative groups from both from Mexico and Spain.

Musical Works

Title Artist Album Label Year Find now
Politik Kills Manu Chao La Radiolina. Nacional 2007 find now
Senor Presidente Los Mocosos American Us. Six Degrees 2004 find now
Guantanamera Hip Hood Hoodios Viva la Guantanamera. Nacional 2007 find now
Cancion Protesta Aterciopeladas Nacional Records Sampler. Nacional 2006 find now
The Revolution will not be Televised Gil Scott-Heron Midnight Band: The First Minute of the New Day. TVT 1975 find now
The Revolution will not be Televised Chocodelia Ranchory!!!. K Industria 2005 find now
The Revolution will not be Televised Molotov Con todo respeto. Universal Music Latino 2004 find now
Pa’l Norte Calle 13 Residente o Visitante. Ariola 2008 find now
El Kilo Orishas Antidiotico. Universal Musica Latino 2007 find now
Ruido Kemo the Blaxican Simple Plan. Dead Silence 2004 find now
Mexica Style Azteca First Born. Demo 2008 find now
Padre Nuestro Reign & Hurrcane G Red Hot Latin Redoux. Nacional 2006 find now
Magnolia Soul Ozomatli Dont mess with the dragon. Concord Picante 2007 find now
Vamonos pa’ encima Vico C and Mala Rodriguez Desahogo. EMI Televisa Music 2005 find now
Let me Dream Ozomatli Coming Up. Concord Picante 2003 find now

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