- found: Work cat.: Cumbia cumbia [SR] : a selection of Colombian cumbia recordings, 1989.
- found: Web site All Music Guide, Jan. 12, 2000 (cumbia: an accordion-led "vallenato" style combining Andean Indian, African, and European elements. Hugely popular in Colombia. Key album: Cumbia cumbia cumbia (Discos Fuentes label))
- found: Hermanos Lovo. Soy salvadoreño! [SR] p2011: p. 4 of booklet ("Today, the cumbia accounts for the vast majority of the chanchona repertoire--perhaps 80% or more--capturing the heart of the chanchona tradition.")
- found: National Geographic World Music online, June 9, 2011 (Colombian cumbia began as many popular Latin styles began: as folklore. Dating back to the colonial period in Colombia's Atlantic (Caribbean) coast, cumbia emerged as a courtship dance and music that celebrated the union of African and indigenous people (called zambos), and went on to become one of the most popular dance styles in both South and Central America and beyond)
- 2000-02-24: new
- 2011-08-30: revised
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