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Monday, July 19, 2004
Music From The Andes

Quichua Mashis - Music From The Andes Posted by Hello

Sharon and I have been bumping into this great group of performers in various festivals and street fairs in Seattle. They are called Quichua Mashis and they are Quichua Indians from northern Ecuador, and their performance is always top-notch. Their music reflects their struggle, their connection to "Pacha Mama" (mother earth) and their spiritual journeys through history.

It's been a long while since i actually purchase an Audio CD, and purchased i did one "El Caminante" album from them.

I've recorded a short video of them performing just by the side of the Bite of Seattle festival.
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