Lisando Meza - Lejania (1982 / Cumbia Rebajada)
Hello internet pals of music. Today I want to welcome some new subscribers with a slowed down drippy cumbia.
If you don’t live in the Pacific Northwest, you may not know this, but it’s not summer yet. It barely even feels like spring. And things feel, I don’t know, uptight.
People are cranky. Strangers are howling in the streets.
But it’s inevitable, soon the sun will be back to melt our spongey little brains.
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Put me in the yard. With friends. And Sangria. As the sun slowly sets (and up north, it sets deep into the night).
Pretend we’re alive.
Cumbia rebajada, the sound of the summer. Slow the world down again. To a pace worth living.
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