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Flor de Loto

Flor de Loto
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Peru
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Flor de Loto is a Peruvian Progressive rock band, led by flautist Johnny Perez. They blend elements of 70s progressive rock, jazz, psychedelic rock, and Andean folk music.
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Flor de Loto — Medusa - En Vivo en Buenos Aires Flor de Loto — Medusa - En Vivo en Buenos Aires
(Azafrán Media AP 1526, 2015, CD+DVD)
Flor de Loto — Nuevo Mesias Flor de Loto — Nuevo Mesias
(Azafrán Media AP1420, 2014, CD+DVD)
Flor de Loto — Mundos Bizarros Flor de Loto — Mundos Bizarros
(Mylodon MYLOCD069, 2012, CD)
Flor de Loto — Volver A Nacer Flor de Loto — Volver A Nacer
(Virtual 013, 2012, CD)
Flor de Loto — Imperio de Cristal Flor de Loto — Imperio de Cristal
(Mylodon MYLOCD089, 2011, CD)
Flor de Loto — Madre Tierra Flor de Loto — Madre Tierra
(Mylodon MYLOCD050, 2007, CD)
Flor de Loto — Flor de Loto Flor de Loto — Flor de Loto
(Mylodon MYLOCD029, 2005, CD)

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2017-05-19
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2017-05-05
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2017-05-02
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2017-04-16
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2017-04-16
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