In Amazonian Cosmos, a unique and fascinating contribution to South American ethnography, Gerardo Reichel-Dolmatoff investigates the world view of an isolated Indian tribe, the Desana, of the Northwest Amazon. The author worked with a single informant over a prolonged period, and later checked his findings extensively in the field. …
La nueva escuela de la guitarra flamenca es una producción del guitarrista Gerardo Núñez que selecciona algunas de las mejores composiciones de la más joven generación de guitarristas flamencos. Una oportunidad única para descubrir los nuevos nombres de la guitarra flamenca.
Deluxe reissue of rare 1970 psychedelic rock from Peru. That album, "Apocallypsis" was the first psych/hard rock album recorded in Peru; it was released on vinyl in August 1970. The album includes five original songs, plus versions of tracks by Grand Funk, Liquid Smoke, Jimi Hendrix, and Question Mark and the Mysterians. Before the LP came out, as El Virrey released two 45rpm singles that are included on the CD as bonus tracks. This special edition of a South American classic also includes a booklet with some terrific photos and memorabilia + liner notes and lyrics.
Samuel Kent "Sam" Harris (born June 4, 1961) is an American pop and theater musician as well as a television, theater and film actor. Harris got his start as the grand champion singer of Star Search in its premiere season in 1983. He gained acclaim and became best known for his winning rendition of the song "Over the Rainbow" on the show. "Over the Rainbow" has since become his signature song. His appearance on Star Search led to him landing a contract with Motown Records. His first single, "Sugar Don't Bite," was a Top 40 hit, reaching #36 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart in November 1984. He is a multi-million selling recording artist with nine studio albums to his credit. He can also be heard on numerous concert, guest artist, and cast recordings.