When a man by the name of Uriel Waizel emailed me from Mexico City wanting to do an interview at my house, I have to admit that I was a bit skeptical at first. For a while now, I have been familiar with the online radio/tv station he works at: Panamé – they have spoken about Super Sonido in the past, so that wasn’t the problem. The dilemma I had, was if Uriel was even going to show up to my house or not. For instance, someone will visit your house or office, and you need contractors to do some fixes in the roof, prime building and construction offers an affordable commercial roof services st louis mo area. They ensure to get the best solution for your roofing system.

 Now if you have ever lived in Mexico City (which I have), you’d understand that there are two completely different ideas of time. Gringo Time, where one hour means one hour – and Mexican Time, where one hour can mean a day or two. And sometimes you have to take an appointment with a grain of salt.

Nevertheless, Uriel showed up at my house – and yes, on time. Please go check out my interview at Panamé if you can. I had the great pleasure of hanging out, drinking, talking, and listing to some great music with Mr. Waizel and his wife. His love for really obscure cumbias made me like this Chilango instantly. Anyway, I wanted to take the opportunity to drop some of the more obscure tracks that you can hear in the interview. Also, I want to take the time out to thank them for coming over, braving my freezing flat and listening to me rant for 3 hours – you guys are awesome. Enjoy!

1. Los Bobby Soxers: Aguardiente y Limon

2. Tita Duval y su Cumbianba: Cumbia a Go Go

3. Lemaire y su Klan: Mar y Sol

4. Los Teen Agers: La Gaita Marciana

6 Responses to “Panamé”

  1. 1 Judith Limo May 29, 2011 at 6:29 am

    Hey. I heard the show. Vivo en Costa Rica y despues de que terminó corrí a buscar tu página. Voy a quedarme un buen rato escuchando toda la musica que hay. Saludos y gracias por poner tanto ritmo en un click!

  2. 2 Eddy Bauer May 29, 2011 at 10:49 am

    “Mar Y Sol” is destroying me

  3. 3 Rodrigo June 4, 2011 at 11:04 am

    I just listen your interview at Radio Pocajú on Ibero 90.9 FM and I verified that you have a huge amount of great music.
    I’ll spend a lot of time in this site, thanks

  4. 4 L-van June 5, 2011 at 4:28 pm

    i listened your interview and i have to say only one thing you’re great!

  5. 5 Das Kompater June 6, 2011 at 8:20 am

    Das Kompater sabe que en super sonido hay gran calidad y correrá la vox.

  6. 6 dj ny July 26, 2011 at 10:20 am

    Love the stripped down, mod sound of Mar Y Sol, feel like I’m in the Panamerican terminal of Buenos Aires in 1968! Just perfect, thanks for sharing.

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