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Jarabe de Palo - Agua View Series

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Spain

The narrator of the 1998 single, “Agua,” from Spanish rock band, Jarabe de Palo’s second album, Depende, wants far more than his friend from their seemingly ambiguous relationship.

Jorge Celedón, Alkilados - Me gustas mucho

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Colombia

Jorge Celedon is a Colombian singer specializing in the Colombian folk genre, vallenato. In "Me gustas mucho" [I Like You a Lot], he sings about his affection for a girl with beautiful eyes.

Paseando con Karen - Barrio Antiguo View Series

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Mexico

Karen invites us to explore the heart of Monterrey, Mexico's nightlife, the "Barrio Antiguo," or "Old Quarter."

Villancicos - Gonzalo canta "Campana sobre campana" View Series

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Spain

Gonzalo from Spain invites us to listen to the beautiful Christmas carol, "Campana sobre campana" [Bell on Top of Bell].

Villancicos - Jacky canta "A La Nanita Nana" View Series

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Colombia

"A La Nanita Nana" is a traditional lullaby in honor of the Baby Jesus that has become a very popular Christmas carol within the Spanish-speaking world.

Luis Miguel - La Bikina View Series

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Mexico

Luis Miguel performs his famous tune, "La Bikina," which refers to a tormented woman. Composed by Ruben Fuentes, some say he coined the term after seeing women in bikinis during a walk on the beach, while others claim it was inspired by a legend during the times of the Cristeros in Jalisco, Mexico.

Gloria Estefan - Hoy View Series

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Miami

Released in 2003, the hit single "Hoy" ["Wrapped" in English] marked Gloria Estefan's return to the charts following a hiatus. Its intriguing music video was filmed at Peru's magical Macchu Picchu.

Christhian canta - Hombres G - Temblando View Series

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Colombia

Christhian presents us with his rendition of "Temblando" by "Hombres G."

Curso de guitarra - Para los que empiezan desde cero - Part 4 View Series View This Episode

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Peru

Kalinchita brings you one of the all-time classic, most delightful Christmas carols for beginning guitar players.

Curso de guitarra - Para los que empiezan desde cero - Part 3 View Series View This Episode

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Peru

Learn the chord with which the song, "Happy Birthday," is sung at http://kalinchita.com/.

Curso de guitarra - Para los que empiezan desde cero - Part 2 View Series View This Episode

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Peru

At www.kalinchita.com, we learn two new chords in E major and D major that carry us into a final A major progression.

Carlos Quintana - Salsa View Series

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Colombia

Carlos from Colombia teaches us about various genres of Latin music with a focus on salsa.

Lecciones de guitarra - Con Cristhian - Part 1 View Series View This Episode

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Colombia

Cristhian from Colombia gives us some information about the guitar as well as some tips on how to play it.

Festivaliando - Mono Núñez - Part 18 View Series View This Episode

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Colombia

As we reach the finals stage of the Mono Núñez festival in Colombia, our host attempts to create a "Latin American integration" as well as continuing to explore the individual journeys of the participating groups.

La Oreja de Van Gogh - ¡Un millón de amigos! View Series

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Spain

Members of Spanish pop band La Oreja de Van Gogh, upon exceeding one million friends on Facebook, thank their fans and share a bit of their music.

Alberto Jiménez - Causalidad - Part 2 View Series View This Episode

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Venezuela

Alberto Jimenez’s album “Causalidad” was released in 2009 throughout Venezuela. Listen to snippets of songs and hear the rest of the story behind the production of it.

Alberto Jiménez - Causalidad - Part 1 View Series View This Episode

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Venezuela

Alberto Jimenez put together 10 of his latest songs for the album “Causalidad,” released in 2009 throughout Venezuela. Here, he tells us the story behind the production of it.

Nortec Collective - Bostich+Fussible

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Mexico

Our friends from Nortec Collective are known for their eclectic mix of electronic and norteño music (hence the name: norteño + techno = Nortec). Here, a band member discusses how the group got started, down to the very first time he read about a synthesizer. Don’t miss their Grammy award-nominated Tijuana Sound Machine.

Bunbury - Entrevista Con Enrique Bunbury - Part 2 View Series View This Episode

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Spain

“Reinvention” could be Bunbury’s middle name. He’s a prolific composer, always finding inspiration in various books, movies, songs, and moods. And he thrives on creative collaborations. In the second part of YABLA’s exclusive interview, Bunbury opens up and tells us about the creative process behind his music.

Arturo Vega - Entrevista - Part 5 View Series View This Episode

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Mexico

Some people could see Arturo Vega as just a guy who happened to design the Ramones logo, but the truth is that he had to get his hands dirty with hard work, and that meant loading tons of equipment, manning the lights and basically doing whatever was needed by the band. The reward was great: thousands, maybe millions, wearing an image that he created.

Arturo Vega - Entrevista - Part 4 View Series View This Episode

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Mexico

Arturo Vega is a big part of The Ramones’ history. We even have proof! Actually he was the one who designed the well known Ramones’ logo, which is one part presidential seal, one part outlaw biker. In this interview he tells us why they chose to be represented by an aguila.

Documental de Alejandro Fernandez - Viento A Favor - Part 2 View Series View This Episode

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Mexico

Alejandro Fernandez is not just a Mexican singer any longer: he has become a star of Latin-American proportions. Not only has he succeeded everywhere but he also has adopted different sounds from different countries. Viento a Favor was recorded both in Buenos Aires and in Los Angeles, a perfect axis through the whole continent.

La Gusana Ciega - Entrevista - Part 1 View Series View This Episode

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Mexico

To hear La Gusana Ciega play live we trekked to a club called Babel located in a giant mall / theme park called Mundo E, located just north of Mexico City. Come backstage with us for an exclusive interview you’ll find only here!

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