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From Pistolera, a danceable beat with a political edge

Pistolera - (from left) Maria Elena, Inca B. Satz, Sandra Lilia Velásquez, and Ani Cordero - brings the sounds of Mexico to the Rock en Español Festival Friday. Pistolera - (from left) Maria Elena, Inca B. Satz, Sandra Lilia Velásquez, and Ani Cordero - brings the sounds of Mexico to the Rock en Español Festival Friday. (M. Sharkey)
By Ami Albernaz
Globe Correspondent / November 28, 2007

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NEW YORK - Listening to Pistolera's self-released debut, "Siempre Hay Salida" ("There's Always a Way Out"), or watching lead singer and guitarist Sandra Lilia Velásquez stamp out a beat in her boots to bandmate Maria Elena's accordion melodies, you inevitably feel as though you've landed in the heart of Mexico. (Full article: 862 words)

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