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Banda la Movida

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The Mexican/regional Banda la Movida emerged in 1992 from Jalisco, Mexico. After issuing a self-titled ten-track record, the music group participated within a Xmas album alongside Graciela Beltran, also called La Reina del Pueblo, and professional/vocalist Rogelio Martínez among various other popular local performers. Banda la Movida’s discovery came after launching Una Noche de Amor. In 2002, the 16-member traditional Mexican music clothing documented Vuelve Ya, made by Los Mismos’ Roberto Guadarrama and their initial record for Univision GROUP.

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Full Name Banda La Movida
Music Songs Agua de Té, Sin Limite De Tiempo, Machin Rin, El Animalero, Yo Te Tengo Que Olvidar, El Parasol, Las Quiero a las Dos, Pelotero a la Bola, Para Esta Navidad, La Talega del Cafe, Nada Se Compara Contigo, Bajate del Carro, Destino Final, Aguade de Te, Si No Es Contigo, Ven, El Parrandero, Las Vacaciones, Perdoname
Albums Agua de Té, Exitos y Mas


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XV en Zaachila 2003 Documentary

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