Review Summary: hummm
Had my residence time in this country (for about 4 starkingly linear years of my life) proven anything, it may have been that an attentive listener can perhaps be feed with so much geomusical discernment capability so as to endure three thousand three lifetimes... and particularly it, among other Latin-American countries n folk-puddles
, partakes on a very restricted (as in eeewwww banal palette) Cumbia/Tamborito/TÃ*pico
triad. Panama selectively alternates between 'em ------- and I mean by this, of course on itself that which is dependant on local festivals (e.g; the irony-tinged celebration 'Corpus Cristi' or Cuerpo de Cristo
, where the rubbish burgueoise mortal men celebrate the announcement of the son and holy spirits by getting themselves offensively drunk...the festival's cherry on top, however, takes the form of tropical whistles like mochornas/cantadera
, and also the qte strange frequently worn devil-like outfits). (not of interest) (in my life)..
(Avoid) (regret time ~/~ regrets )
This very capability has also made me no novice in the scene's qualitative formats, basically i can distinguish the 'good' from the bad (is that correct, yes?) & this compilation right here proves to be an awful introduction to a generally lazy and/or disappointing batch of genres. If you seriously want to get into Panamenian music podria incorporar la recomendacion de grandes acordionistas como Victorio Vergara or Carrizo.
Pero, en realidad no seria necesario, visto que las rendiciones siendo separadores genericos de calidad generica (dentro del genero, generico).. destruyen el margen gustativo. well now i know qte alot like the attentive listener, analogies, excuse me?