Nephew of accordionist/composer MartÃn Mastre, Colombian folklorist DiÃ³medes DÃaz (born DiÃ³medes Dionisio DÃaz Maestre) started singing his own compositions in the mid-'70s and soon jad his song "La Negra" recorded by Jorge Quiroz and Luciano Poveda. Diaz made his debut along with Nafer DurÃ¡n in an album called Herencia Vallenata, which featured the song "El Chanchullito." He then recorded Tres Canciones with Elberto LÃ³pez and teamed up with Juan Humberto Rois to make La Locura. After working with NicolÃ¡s Mendoza, aka Colacho, and Gonzalo Arturo Molina, DiÃ³medes DÃaz joined Juan Humberto Rois one more time in 1988 to record GanÃ³ El Folclor. ~ Drago Bonacich, RoviPortions of Content Provided by Rovi Corporation.
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