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Los Wembler's de Iquitos formed in the late 1960s in Iquitos, the largest city in the Peruvian Amazon. Fusing together popular dance music from South America and rock 'n' roll from North America, the group coined the term "cumbia amazónica." They performed at the 2015 Smithsonian Folklife Festival's "Perú: Pachamama" program. http://www.festival.si.edu Filmography: Courtney Adkisson, Pruitt Allen, Marisol Medina-Cadena, Andrea Curran, Abby Sternberg, Albert Tong, Paul Weiss Editing: Courtney Adkisson [Catalog No. CFV10728; Copyright 2015 Smithsonian Institution]
Música en vivo desde el Centro de Convenciones del Pardo. Iquitos-Perú
Otros de los temas de la Agrupación SON DE IQUITOS, con este tema "Cervecero Cumbianbero" con estas lluvias ded extio los haran divertirse en cada fiesta
Here is a short story about my trip to Iquitos and the Kapitari Centre. Big thanks to Don Lucho and all the people at Kapitari for taking care of us. Thanks to everybody who is appearing in this video. Also big thanks to some people who don't. All of you made my stay there very special. I hope You are doing great : ) The Kapitari Center was founded by the shaman Don Lucho (Luis Culquiton) in 1980 with the objective of helping to protect the incredible biodiversity of the Peruvian Amazon. One of the main sources of funding for the Kapitari project is through Ayahuasca ceremonies and retreats. Unlike many of the Ayahuasca retreat centers in Peru, Kapitari is not owned or run by westerners. Kapitari is owned and run by Peruvians for the benefit of Peruvians. Check out Kapitari website for ...
While doing field work for the 2015 Smithsonian Folklife Festival, photographer Joshua Eli Cogan filmed a music video of Los Wembler's de Iquitos, the creators of cumbia amazónica. The band came to Washington, D.C., to perform in the Folklife Festival's "Perú: Pachamama" program. Filmography: Joshua Eli Cogan Editing: LaQuinda Grimes, Claudia Romano
Iquitos 153 anniversary festival-2017
w/ eucalypdos and others musicians
A spontaneous eruption of native sound!
Yezlin es una chica muy linda, gran sonrisa y voz sigue asi chiquita
Music Credits: Imagine Dragons - Demons https://itunes.apple.com/us/album/demons/id555694735?i=555694745 Gypsy Kings - Allegria https://itunes.apple.com/us/album/allegria/id31739281?i=31739317 Peru Music Part 1 http://youtu.be/c9HXQ2_41GY Inca Son - The Lonely Shephard https://itunes.apple.com/us/album/the-lonely-shephard/id4074058?i=4074048
Grupo musical de Iquitos
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Iquitos is a Peruvian town, hidden deep in the Amazon Jungle. It is the largest town in the world not connected by road. You either go by boat for days on end or fly in. I flew in and spend a week exploring the area, when the waters where at their highest. My Amazon Jungle accommodation was about to go under water. Iquitos is a different place to the rest of Peru. Full of rickshaws and majestic crumbling colonial building. In this video I show Belén with their houses on stilts, and I visit Pilpintuwasi Butterfly Farm and the Manatee Rescue Centre. I went on a 3 day trip into the Amazon Jungle to a part called Pacaya-Samiria National Reserve. Each day, we did a different activity, from visiting the local villages, attempting to hike in the sweltering jungle, feeding monkeys, seeing Sloth...