Jason Farnham
IMMIGRANT HARDSHIPS
By: Jason Farnham
Catalog ID: 547119   Duration: 1:11   Tempo: Medium   BPM: 124   Vocal: Instrumental
Genre: Folk Music | Latin Folk
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A sad, melancholy traditional Mexican folk tune reminiscent of something you might hear in colonial Mexico. Features acoustic guitar strumming. Great for films or historical documentaries depicting difficult times in old Mexico. Originally featured in “The Brick People” soundtrack.   Keywords: Guadalajara tequila Mexican immigrants heartland colonial strums funeral struggles disaster persecution starvation failed crops sorrow suffering tough bolero



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Long Description: Immigrant Hardships, Folk Music, Latin Folk, royalty-free stock music, business music and corporate music

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