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Chicha Libre

Wednesday, November 14, 2007

The band Chicha Libre plays a mixture of Latin rhythms, surf music and psychedelic pop inspired by Peruvian music from the Amazon. This Brooklyn-based group revives forgotten Chicha classics and puts their own cross-cultural spin on them as we hear in a live performance.

Comments [6]

Greg B from The Bronx

Greetings J.S. and excellent SC crew. I'm wearing my most civil briefs, therefore I'm set to make a brief, civil comment. As percussionist with Chicha Libre I apoligize to the message writer that I (or Timothy, the other Chicha percussionist) wore not a cowboy hat at our gig. We will correct that for the remaining Mondays eve'g sets at Barbes in Brooklyn.

Nov. 20 2007 03:24 PM
Jerry from Brooklyn

I also would like to here the audio archive of Chica Libre.

SOUNDCHECK SAYS: The audio stream has been posted -- sorry for the delay!

Nov. 17 2007 11:00 AM
Victoria from Manhattan

Will there be an audio archive of this segment of the show available on the WYNC website soon?

Nov. 16 2007 04:00 PM
Jeffrey Cobb from Brooklyn, New York

For one, the band's name is Chicha Libre, not Chica. For two, I can't find an archive of their set on the show. Am I missing it somehow?

SOUNDCHECK SAYS: Dang typos! On behalf of "free girls" everywhere, thanks for your eagle eye!

Nov. 15 2007 11:31 AM
Nathan from Chicago

I love these guys! Last time I saw them play the percussionist wasn't wearing a cowboy hat. Other than that disappointment they were fantastic!

Nov. 14 2007 11:59 PM
Lauri from LI, NY

Chica Libre's MySpace page link doesn't work! I want to hear the Beethoven song again.
Help!

SOUNDCHECK SAYS: Thanks! The link is fixed.

Nov. 14 2007 04:18 PM

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