25 min

Were You Listening? Track 24: La Llevo en Mis Venas / Bambulé a Paré (English‪)‬ Mix(ed)tape

    • Performing Arts

Today we explore a medley of two bomba songs, La Llevo en Mis Venas (I Carry It in My Veins) and Bambulé a Paré (The Bámbula Is Happening) by the group Tambuyé. To help us contextualize the songs we interviewed the the Manager and Director of Taller Tambuyé, Marién Torres López. Marién and the artists of Tambuyé reaffirm in this medley the Black heritage present in the practice of Puerto Rican bomba in all of its wonderful dimensions, music-related, dance-related, healing-related, you name it.
Were we listening?   

Marién is an incredible artist. She is also an instructor at the Dance Department, Universidad Sagrado Corazón, a Folklorist, Dancer, Musician, Drummer, Choreographer, Singer, and Cultural Events Manager.

This episode accompanies the episode Tócame La Bomba / Play Bomba To Me of the second season of our podcast devoted to the evolution of the bomba rhythm in Puerto Rico, check it out! We have some great guests!

We hope this track helps to add value to your listening and awareness in your dancing!

For more info and resources check our website  here and our YouTube channel here.

Contact us at: themixedtapepodcast@gmail.com

If you like the music we use check our playlists here.

Host/Director of Series: Andrés Hincapié, PhD
Producer: Melissa Villodas, PhD
Graphic Content Creator: Susan Mykalcio
Translation Services: Carlos Javier Félix

Today we explore a medley of two bomba songs, La Llevo en Mis Venas (I Carry It in My Veins) and Bambulé a Paré (The Bámbula Is Happening) by the group Tambuyé. To help us contextualize the songs we interviewed the the Manager and Director of Taller Tambuyé, Marién Torres López. Marién and the artists of Tambuyé reaffirm in this medley the Black heritage present in the practice of Puerto Rican bomba in all of its wonderful dimensions, music-related, dance-related, healing-related, you name it.
Were we listening?   

Marién is an incredible artist. She is also an instructor at the Dance Department, Universidad Sagrado Corazón, a Folklorist, Dancer, Musician, Drummer, Choreographer, Singer, and Cultural Events Manager.

This episode accompanies the episode Tócame La Bomba / Play Bomba To Me of the second season of our podcast devoted to the evolution of the bomba rhythm in Puerto Rico, check it out! We have some great guests!

We hope this track helps to add value to your listening and awareness in your dancing!

For more info and resources check our website  here and our YouTube channel here.

Contact us at: themixedtapepodcast@gmail.com

If you like the music we use check our playlists here.

Host/Director of Series: Andrés Hincapié, PhD
Producer: Melissa Villodas, PhD
Graphic Content Creator: Susan Mykalcio
Translation Services: Carlos Javier Félix

25 min