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Saturday, August 31, 2019

CARLOS HENRIQUEZ DIZZY CON CLAVE

MIGUEL ZENON SONERO

SONERO

nuevos pedidos aqui 
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Thursday, August 29, 2019

celina gonzalez camina y ven

GRUPO KASAMA ME QUEDO EN BUENAVENTURA

Tuesday, August 27, 2019

CANELA A LO CANELA HECHO EN CUBA

Querube de Venezuela – Lo Que Te Gusta


La agrupación Venezolana Tambor Querube presenta Lo Que te Gusta, su mas reciente y cuarta producción musical. Creada por Yeferson Yánez en San Mateo, estado de Aragua en el 2003, el ensamble se caracteriza por una energía desbordante en la percusión, en especial el Cumaco, instrumento percutivo fundamental de la cultura Afro-Venezolana. En su ejecución escuchamos una fusion de ritmos afro-cubanos, así como afro-venezolanos e influencias del pop.

Tambor Querube ha editado hasta las fechas las grabaciones: Tiene un tumbao (2004) y Pa’ los santos (2008), Con cumaco es mi salsa (2012).

El album abre con Barlovento / Palo de agua, corte que invita a la gran sonera Trina Medina. Retrato invita a la vocalista Rummy Olivo. En Tus Manos, en la voz de Néstor I. Paredes, tiene un arreglo de Wilmer Herrera y fusiona el pop, la salsa y el sangueo de las costas de Carabobo. Cuenta Con Los Santos, con mucha influencia de Guaco, destaca a Wilmer Lozano en la parte vocal. El tema que le da nombre al album es majestuoso, un balance increíble entre la salsa y la música folclórica venezolana.

Tracks: Barlovento / Palo de agua; En tus manos; Tu retrato; Lo que te gusta; La cosa se pudo buena; Cuenta con los santos; Un nuevo sabor

Integrantes: Yeferson Yánez – director general; José Augusto Pérez- voz solista; Néstor Ignacio Paredes – coro; Robín Mendoza – piano; Mauricio Viana – bajo; Sammy Rodríguez – guitarra; Ervin Pocay – trompeta; Mondys Dávila – saxofón alto; William Pushi – trombón; Alexander Osorio – cumaco; Leobgard Aguilar – batería; Manuel Moreno – tumbadoras
Invitados: Trina Medina (1), Rummy Olivo (3), Wilmer Lozano (6)

Agradecimiento a MamboTribe de Victor Radziun

LA TREMENDA DE MIAMI, CURACAO,,,Y LA TREMENDA

Monday, August 26, 2019

SON DEL MONTE



01. Rumba Omelenko5:09

02. Vengo de Nueva York5:24

03. Vamonos Pa' Senegal (Un Homenaje a Gil Suarez)4:55



Son Del Monte is a New York City band performing unique tunes both original and from various artists.
Son Del Monte was born from musical director and timbalero, Manny Rivera.
His life's long dream was to assemble a Charanga band combined with a Conjunto flavor creating a
hard-driving New York swing paying homage to the bands of the '50s, '60s, '70s and the '80s.
Son Del Monte is an 11 or 12 piece band featuring a combination of trombones, flute, and violins.
 Its music is electrifying and it captivates the listeners and dancers. From their awesome stage
presence to their memorable song lyrics, the band members have always found a way to leave their
 mark at every venue they perform at. Son Del Monte is also a featured artist with Marty Cohen's
Youtube Congahead Video Productions. Son Del Monte won the TANAE Digital Media Award for Band of
 the Year 2018.

Manuel Rivera has been a professional musician for more than 40 years and now leader/musical
 director of Son Del Monte. His musical career started playing Bongo in a Latin Workshop band
which eventually became Orchestra Yambu. Yambu was known for its Latin Jazz style and Disco
 Hit "Sunny", his first recording. Subsequently, he joined the original Charanga Orchestra
Sublime of New York City, doubling up on Bongo and Timbales. He recorded on Sublime's
first two albums in 1977 and 1979. In 2001, he rejoined Orchestra Sublime now known as Sonsublime.
He recorded on Sonsublime's Gran Reserva and Bailando Con Sonsublime, their latest CDs.
He studied various folkloric rhythms, Bata drums, and sight-reading at the Harbor's Conservatory
of Music in El Barrio in New York City under the guidance of the Master Louie Bauzo.
 Manuel Rivera performed with Bassist William Millan, of the original Conjunto Saoco,
singers Henry Fiol, Ray Ramos, and Luis Ayala. He also performed with Yerason,
 the MTG All-Stars Orchestra under the direction of Hector Leguillow at the Westchester Theater,
Joe Quijano at Lincoln Center and other various artists throughout his musical career.


Musicians:

Manuel Rivera - Timbalero/Manager/Musical Director
Joe Gonzalez - Congas
Eli Rivera - Piano
Bert Castro - Bass
Mauricio Smith Jr. - Flute
Eric Roberto Salazar - Violin
David Rimelis - Violin
Charlie Garcia - Trombone/Arranger
Michael Pallas - Trombone
Juanga Lakunza - Trombone
Luis Soto - Vocals/Guiro
Luis Ayala - Vocals
Armando Jimenez - Vocals

Recorded at Allertone Studios, Bronx, New York
Recording Engineers: Adan Perez and Charlie Garcia
Master Mix: Adan Perez
Produced by Charlie Garcia and Manuel Rivera
Executive Producers Manuel Rivera and Mirna Montanez

Monday, August 12, 2019

allan Cate




01. Amorcito

4:41  02. ¿Dónde Está Mi Café?

4:52  03. Colgado de un Bolero

4:16  04. Mambo-Cero

5:42  05. Engañame

2:50  06. Danzón, No. 1

5:19  07. El Arreglador

3:24  08. Recuerdos de Cuba

3:54  09. Amorcito (Charanga Version)


This album is a graduate project for the Afro Latin Music program at California
State University Los Angeles. Dr. Paul De Castro, the director, says that
of the many fine recordings that have come out of the program over
the last twenty years this is the most enjoyable to listen to.
The principal lyricist is based in Cuba and most of the musicians
are Cuban as well, so the result is very authentic. And the musicians
are among the finest available anywhere. For instance, many consider
Justo Almario to be the greatest saxophonist alive today;
the wonderful trumpeter Leider Chapotín is the nephew the
legendary Cuban trumpeter Felix Chapotín; and the percussionist
Calixto Olviedo was an original member of the outstanding
Cuban timba group NG La Banda. Rachel López,
the flautist and daughter of the well-known Cuban bassist Rigoberto,
is not famous now but soon may be. Each song represents a different genre:
Chachachá, afro, bolero, mambo, guaracha, etc. Two of the tracks use the
 traditional charanga format which features
flute and violins, but no horns. So there's a pleasant variety to the cd.
One tune asks a very serious question: ¿Dónde Está mi Café?
(where's my coffee). 

jazz at lincoln center orchestra

Luis Enrique

Monday, August 5, 2019

Mikel Blanco y su salsa mayor / que tienes que te mueves


Mikel Blanco y su salsa mayor  /  que tienes que te mueves

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Saturday, August 3, 2019

OTRO DE LOS PEDIDOS ,,, AHI LO TIENEN


Belmonte & His Afro Latin 7- Olé! (1976)

ACTUALIZADO - AGOSTO 31   2019  CON NUEVOS PEDIDOS

Temas:
01-Maria Bonita
02-Capullito De Aleli
03-More
04-Pancho Piloncho
05-Piccalo
06-Peanut Vendor
07-Mambo Mongo
08-Wachi Wada
09-Misirlou
10-Philadelphia Mambo

Musicos:
Frank Rodriguez - Conga
Nickie Marrero - Timbales
Pablo Rosario - Percusion
Larry Harlow - Piano
Harry Viggiano - Guitar
Edward Rivera - Bass
Orestes Vilato - Bongo

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En 1.976 Larry Harlow realiza un trabajo musical titulado “OLE: BELMONTE & HIS AFRO LATINS 7”, el cual incluye los números: Maria Bonita, Capullito De Alelí, More, Pancho Piloncho, Piccalo , Peanut Vendor , Mambo Mongo , Wachi Wada, Misirlou y Philadelphia Mambo. Los músicos que participaron en dicha grabación son: Frank Rodríguez Conga, Nickie Marrero Timbales, Pablo Rosario Percusión, Larry Harlow Piano, Harry Viggiano Guitar, Edward Rivera Bass, Orestes Vilato Bongo; este trabajo musical fue grabado el 26 de julio de 1.976 en Media Sound Recording Studios Nueva York, con el ingeBelmonteniero David Baker.


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ORLANDO Y SU COMBO










FIESTA EN BARRANQUILLA

DE FIESTA CON ORLANDO


VAMONOS DE FIESTA


ALICIA ADORADA


SALSA CON MI COMBO


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