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A Toda Cuba Le Gusta
mpn: 075597947625, ean: 0075597947625,
4.7 out of 5 stars with 91 reviews
A rousing ensemble recording, A Todo Cuba Le Gusta features a band made up largely of Cuban music elders. As a reflection of their collective experience playing multiple percussion instruments and brightly lit trumpets, the Afro-Cuban All Stars churn with high drama, even while playing music that's paced with extravagant patience. The time signatures overlay and run against each other in a casual trot while the trumpets blare with fat fullness. Add to that the impassioned group vocals and
4.6 out of 5 stars with 109 reviews
TRACK LISTING: 01. RITMO REMO (6:03).~~~ 02. MORNING (5:53).~~~ 03. SUBWAY HARRY (4:40).~~~ 04. GUAPACHA (5:56).~~~ 05. DARN THAT DREAM (4:29).~~~ 06. SABROSO (4:40).~~~ 07. WILLOW WEEP FOR ME (6:14).~~~ 08. AFRO CUBAN FANTASY (6:51).~~~ 09. VEN PA BAILAR (4:45).~~~ 10. CLOSE YOUR EYES (6:14).~~~ 11. I REMEMBER SPRING (4:59).~~~ 12. PLAYBOY'S THEME (5:22).~~~ *** PRODUCT DETAILS BY EDEN MUSICAL *** Noted conguero Poncho Sanchez is back on the scene with another infectious album that extended
Afro-Cuba: A Musical Anthology
4.4 out of 5 stars with 260 reviews
Represented in this collection are the four major divisions of Afro-Cuban culture: Lucumí, Arará, Abakuá, and Kongo. All but one of the selections are drawn from field and studio recordings made in Cuba from roughly 1948 to the present. Some were recorded in cabildos, associations formed by free and enslaved blacks from the same African ''nation,'' some of which have survived to this day. Also represented are the major varieties of rumba, music of the Haitian-Cubans, and examples of carnival
mpn: 1, ean: 0724386673428,
4.2 out of 5 stars with 207 reviews
The first compilation to showcase the New York back-to-Cuban-roots salsa movement of the ‘70s best known via the Buena Vista Social Club.
4.6 out of 5 stars with 177 reviews
Live at Miami Arena
mpn: AMZ824536058522_usf, ean: 0824536058522,
4.8 out of 5 stars with 164 reviews
DISC 1: 1. INTRODUCTION 2. YA EMPEZO LA FIESTA 3.PERMISO QUE LLEGO VAN VAN 4. POTPOURRI 70'S 5. SANDUNGUERA 6. SOY TODO 7. ESTO TE PONE LA CABEZA MALA 8. MARILU 9. EL NEGRO ESTA COCINANDO DISC 2: DVD: 1. QUE SORPRESA 2.TEMBA TUMBA TIMBA 3.NI BOMBONES NI CARAMELOS 4.LA FRUTA 5. HOY SE CUMPLEN SEIS SEMANAS 6.VAN VAN 7. DE LA HABANA A MATANZAS 8. AZUCARCuban Music.
mpn: 43228-51818, ean: 0829410360661,
4.8 out of 5 stars with 139 reviews
Tremendo Delirio by David Calzado y La Charanga HabaneraWhen sold by Amazon.com, this product will be manufactured on demand using CD-R recordable media. Amazon.com's standard return policy will apply..
mpn: 724383583027, ean: 0724383583027,
4.3 out of 5 stars with 274 reviews
4.6 out of 5 stars with 45 reviews
4.3 out of 5 stars with 292 reviews
Shakti Fusion is a high-energy, heart-centered chant band that blends ancient Sanskrit mantras and original English songs with contemporary jazz, rock, Afro-Cuban, and world beat dance rhythms..
The Afro-Cuban Handbook Audio CD
mpn: BCM59832, ean: 0885444879999,
4.0 out of 5 stars with 195 reviews
The companion audio CD to 'The Afro-Cuban Handbook' is brimming with perfectly performed tracks of the book's rhythmic notations and exercises. Together, 'The Afro-Cuban Handbook' and its complimentary audio CD cover most of the traditional percussion genres of the Afro-Cuban cultural legacy. Written and performed for the advanced player, The Afro-Cuban Handbook Audio CD is designed to unmask the mystery of Latin percussion and reveal these dynamic rhythms in full clarity. Students of all types
Cuba in Washington / Various
4.0 out of 5 stars with 11 reviews
Electrifying live performances by the renowned Afrocuba de Matanzas, Grupo Changui, and other musicians bridge languages, styles, ideologies, and geographical distances to arrive at a common transnational space: Cuba in Washington. Booklet contains extensive notes, photos, and lyrics in Spanish and English. 12 tracks, 61 minutes. ''...electrifying...deeply African music that's the benchmark for all subsequent innovations.'' –Dirty Linen Electrizantes interpretaciones grabadas en vivo de los
Bridge to Havana
4.0 out of 5 stars with 45 reviews
The dictum ''art transcends politics'' is aurally illustrated on this recording, which chronicles a seven-day get-together in Havana with American, English, and Cuban musicians in 1999. It boasts a broad range of artists--from blues rockers Bonnie Raitt and smooth jazz saxophonist Dave Koz, to their lesser-known Cuban counterparts like Yadira Lopez, Carlos Alfonso, and Rey Guerra. On ''Vacilon,'' Gladys Knight and Edesio Alejandro merge African-American soul and the Afro-Cuban bolero. 1970s
4.9 out of 5 stars with 174 reviews
Recorded in Puerto Rico in high quality. This is a African-Cuban/Santeria guiro to give Moforibale to the orishas. Our goal as a group is to capture the essence of the African songs to delight and call the Orishas down to earth.
The Group OJAJARA EGUE is a family group. It consists of 11 members. The main singer (akpons) Miguel Rodriguez, started singing at the age of 15 guided by his parents and his padrino Jose Luis Duque (OBA DE OBA), el Negro. They are the first group to record a guiro of
mpn: STCD 1100, ean: 0740042110021,
4.7 out of 5 stars with 237 reviews
Thione Seck, who is regarded as Senegal’s most poetic songwriter and greatest singer, travels eastward to Egypt and India and returns home with a masterpiece. With Orientation, recorded in Dakar, Paris, Cairo and Madras, Thione Seck raises a landmark of Senegalese music – one that illuminates paths to and from the Orient. It compels us to re-orient our notions of world music. Orientation is a trip in and of itself. Thione Seck (whose given name is pronounced chone) was born a gewel – a
mpn: STCD 1069, ean: 0740042106925,
4.8 out of 5 stars with 11 reviews
The rare singer who--as in ''Muyinga''--makes a political confab between a pair of village elders sound like big fun, Tshala Muana is the Zairean queen of mutuashi, a traditional dance rhythm from her native Kasai region. Produced by Ibrahim Sylla, of Africando fame, Mutuashi is a fertile Afro-Cuban collaboration of fine Congolese and Latin musicians recorded in Paris and New York. Tradition melds smoothly into stylish modernity when, for example, charanga violins chastise responsible men in
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