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- Carlos Santos - Eres Mi Sangre
Álbum: Lo Mío
Productor: Louie Ramírez
Coros: Nestor Sánchez/Ray De La Paz
Eres mi sangre, mi sangre eres 🗣️🎤 -
- 'Lo Mio' es el único trabajo discográfico grabado por Carlos Santos como solista. Antecedentes: Para el año 1978, Carlos Santos era vocalista del Apollo Sound de Roberto Roena, grabó el disco 'El Progreso', donde está incluido uno de sus grandes éxitos, 'Lamento de Concepción'.
En los años posteriores, Carlos comenzó a tener problemas a nivel profesional con Roena, debido al tipo de contrato que quería Roberto. La intención era firmar a Carlos Santos con un contrato de exclusividad, cosa que el intérprete no aceptó. Finalmente llegaron a un acuerdo, Carlos Santos firmaba contrato si cuando decidiera irse de la agrupación, le grababan un disco en solitario. Así nació 'Lo Mío'. Esta canción en particular va dedicada a uno de sus hijos.
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- El Panameño Mariano Rivera Hace Historia Y De Que Manera Se Convierte En El Primer Jugador En La Historia Del Beisbol En Entrar Al Salon De La Fama De Manera Unanime 100% Junto A El Fuerob Incluidos Roy Halladay, Mike Musina Y Edgar Martinez Este Ultimo Entro En Su Última Aparición En La Boleta (10 Años Apareciendo en la Boleta)
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- Taco Tuesday or snack Tuesday ?! 🤷🏻♂️
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- January 22 of 1932, a peasant revolt led by Agustin Farabundo Marti, was crushed by the Salvadoran military. The rebellion was a mixture of protest and insurrection which ended in ethnocide.
The army killed anyone who looked like a Nahua-Pipil nearly exterminating the Pipil culture of El Salvador in a massacre estimated to have taken between 10,000 and 30,000 lives.
During “La Matanza” anyone wearing indigenous dress or anyone simply thought to be associated with the rebellion was shot. In some cases, whole villages disappeared. Exact figures have never been known, but the death toll is estimated between 10,000 and 30,000 people. The dictatorship insisted that only 2000 were killed. For El Salvador’s indigenous population, the effects of the massacre went far beyond the immediate death toll. As it became increasingly dangerous to be identified as "indio"("Indian"), traditional dress, language and customs largely disappeared.
José Feliciano Ama (1881 – February 28, 1932) was an indigenous peasant leader, a Pipil from Izalco in El Salvador, who participated and died in the 1932 Salvadoran peasant uprising.
In the early morning of January 22, 1932 Feliciano Ama lead the Pipil peasants of Izalco into the uprising against the landlords. The criollo controlled goverment of El Salvador had taken away the access to their communal lands from indigenous people which then were appropriated by private landowners. In the early morning of January 22, 1932 Feliciano Ama lead the Pipil peasants of Izalco into the uprising against the landlords. With several hundred supporters he marched to the capital of the department Sonsonate. There the mayor was killed by insurgents from Juayúa, but landlords accused Ama, who fled into the hills of Izalco. There he was found by soldiers from the garrison of Izalco under commander Cabrera, captured and hanged in the center of Izalco.
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