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Trio Los Panchos - Viajando Con Los Panchos Album
Trio Los Panchos - Viajando Con Los Panchos Album
Performer: Trio Los Panchos
Title: Viajando Con Los Panchos
Label: Seeco, Discophon
Country: Spain
Released: 1961
Style: Bolero, Tango
Cat: 27.021, 27021
Rating: 4.1/5
Format: MP3, FLAC, WMA
FLAC size: 2740 mb | MP3 size: 2576 mb | WMA size: 1388 mb
Genre: Hispanic

1La Enamorada
Written-By – G. Olmos
Written-By – Pedro De Zagarra
3Cuesta Abajo
Written-By – Lepera, C. Gardel
4Alma Llanera
Written-By – Pedro E. Gutiérrez


  • ArtworkRibas


Barcelona - 1961
Producción Discophon


  • Depósito Legal: B. 13609-1961
  • Other (Imp. de lujo a metálico): Permiso N.º 5826
  • Matrix / Runout (A-Side Machine Stamped): D27021▽A=1//850
  • Matrix / Runout (B-Side Machine Stamped): D27021▽B=1//850


  • Manufactured By – S.E.L.E.Z.
  • Published By – Peer International
  • Printed By – LIM


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