Alma Campirana


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Production Credits

Fabiola Trujillo: vocals
Lucina Rodriguez: vocals, vihuela & guitarra de golpe
Eugene Rodriguez: vocals & 12-string guitar
Emiliano Rodriguez: acoustic guitar, upright bass & electric bass

Recorded by David Luke at Opus Studios, Berkeley, CA. Mixed by Greg
Morgenstein at Enormous Studios, Los Angeles, CA. Editing and additional
recording by Emiliano Rodriguez at LC Studios, San Pablo, CA.
Mastered by Reuben Cohen at Lurssen Mastering, Los Angeles, CA.
Cover photo by Craig Sherod. Graphic art by Colin Birdseye.



“Alma Campirana” (Country Soul) is an album of vintage Mexican songs in the country campirana style of the 1950’s and 60’s. Set to acoustic folk guitars, the Los Cenzontles quartet brings vigor and freshness to classic rancheras and corridos, echoing past groups like Las Palomas, Las Jilguerillas, and Las Hermanitas Nuñez.

Los Cenzontles’ celebrated vocal duet of Fabiola Trujillo and Lucina Rodriguez chose songs for “Alma Campirana” with which they have deep personal connections. The two spent parts of their childhoods in Mexican pueblos in Zacatecas and Jalisco, born into musical families. And although they immigrated to California, they maintain deep connections to their roots. “Alma Campirana” also features Eugene Rodriguez on 12-string guitar and vocals, and Emiliano Rodriguez on bass. Lucina Rodriguez plays Mexican folk guitars vihuela and guitarra de golpe as well as zapateado percussive dance.

The song list of “Alma Campirana” includes rancheras, country style songs of love, “Ojitos Verdes” and “El Columpio” and tragic corridos “Pelo de Oro” and “El Asesino” as well as corridos of the Mexican revolution “La Rielera” and “El Sepulcro de Zapata”.

Additional information

Weight 0.2 lbs
Dimensions 5.59 × 4.92 × 0.39 in