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La Sombra - From the Streets of Chicago album download
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La Sombra - From the Streets of Chicago album download

Performer:
La Sombra
Album:
From the Streets of Chicago
Style:
Latin Pop,Mexican Traditions,Tex-Mex
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MP3 archive size:
1672 mb
FLAC archive size:
1546 mb
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MP1 TTA MMF DMF RA WMA
Rating:
4.8
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927

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From the streets of chicago ‎(LP, Album).

La Sombra de Chicago or La Sombra de Tony Guerrero or even the Windy City Boys is a Tejano band founded by Tony Guerrero. Originally from the Chicago suburb of Aurora, Illinois, the group gained national acclaim and success after moving to Corpus Christi, Texas, the headquarters of their label, Freddie Records. La Sombra released over twenty full-length studio albums featuring songs in both Spanish and English. Following numerous line-up changes, the group disbanded in 1995, briefly reuniting in 2008 for a number of live shows. From The Streets Of Chicago (1987). Strikes Again (1988). Chicago's Wild Side (1988). One Of A Kind (1989). The Chi-Town Boys R Back (1989). Good Boys Wear White (1990) (Last album on Freddie Records). Porque Te Quiero (1991) (First album on Fonovisa).

La Sombra de Chicago or La Sombra de Tony Guerrero is a Tejano band originally from Chicago, IL. The group was widely popular during the late 1980s and most of the 1990s, often described as "the number one show band in the . Although the band originated from suburban Aurora, Illinois, they gained national acclaim when they moved their base from the Chicago area to Corpus Christi, Texas. Botoncito De Cariño (1986). All I Could Do Was Cry (1986).

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supported by 8 fans who also own "La Formación De La Sombra" 7". Drinking from the same source as the classic post-punk and new wave bands, every moment of the album is nostalgic, intense, and represents a promising first step in the career of this group which surprises in their authenticity. A linear work, danceable and pleasing to the senses, allowing us to wander immersed in the depth of their emotional lyrics. A perfect cutout of the sentimental disillusionment of the 80s and a large courtesy to worshipers of these amortized genres. Luiz Fellipe Coutinho.

Track List

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 Escuchame La Sombra
2 Vuelve Paloma La Sombra
3 Dream Girl Jesse Belvin / Marvin Phillips La Sombra
4 Yo No Me Fijo La Sombra
5 Ya Volveremos a Querer La Sombra
6 El Trenecito La Sombra
7 Donde Estaras La Sombra
8 Quiereme La Sombra
9 Chiquilina La Sombra
10 Lo Siento en Mi Corazon La Sombra