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Alquimia

Alquimia
Country
Mexico
Profile
Alquimia is a Mexican singer who explores her country's heritage (before European conquest) as well as the frontiers of sound.
Website
http://www.alquimia.co
Related articles (6)
Releases on file (7)
Alquimia — Forever Alquimia — Forever
(Prudence 398.6733.2, 2007, CD)
Various Artists — Floralia Vol. 3 Various Artists — Floralia Vol. 3
(Mizmaze WoT4CD99003, 1999, CD)
José Luis Fernández Ledesma — Extractos José Luis Fernández Ledesma — Extractos
(Luna Negra LN-03, 1997, CD)
Alquimia & Jose Luis Fernandez Ledesma — Dead Tongues Alquimia & Jose Luis Fernandez Ledesma — Dead Tongues
(ReR Megacorp ALQ1, 1996, CD)
José Luis Fernández Ledesma Q. — Motivos para Perdere José Luis Fernández Ledesma Q. — Motivos para Perdere
(Musea FGBG 4190.AR, 1996, CD)
Alquimia  — Wings of Perception Alquimia — Wings of Perception
(AMP-CD 028, 1995, CD)
Alquimia  — Coatlicue, Goddess of the Earth Alquimia — Coatlicue, Goddess of the Earth
(Musica Onirica MOCD 002, 1992, CD)

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