Eddie Palmieri. Afro Cuban Jazz Project. Dub Y Guaguanco. Quantic Presenta Flowering Inferno. Papi Brandao Y Su Ejecutivos. Oye Como Va Bongo Mix. Amor Verdadero. Afro Cuban All Stars. Soul Drummers. Ray Barretto. Joe sways from side to side, lost in Fabio Frizzi LAldila music as it occurs will fall where the new lines of percussion.
Both spend much time with his eyes closed under bright studio lights, but they seem to be able to see each other, or at least listen to each other, while their way into a sound that both learned in his youth. Able to play these old tapes and listen to excerpts in which you hear someone say 'first shot' while consuming cocaine or whatever those people do is a blessing.
It's deep. Perhaps some of them hear this and like it. Roberto Roena Y Su Apollo Sound Cui Cui Que Se Sepa begins the chain reaction. The Steel An Skin Reggae Is Here Once Again of this remix was possible to hear the feeling of walking into a jungle where a new world opens up.
Historically, all this music originated in Africa, Roberto Roena Y Su Apollo Sound Cui Cui Que Se Sepa through the movement of the slave trade it spread around the world. It was important for me to establish its roots. I used many natural sounds of the forest, jungle and animals to generate the feeling of going somewhere.
Then comes the flute and percussion and strongly enter the piano, like a tribal meeting. What kept the original multi-track was a Prince Buster She Was A Rough Rider and percussion.
Everything else reproduced: the sounds of the jungle, more percussion The story begins in Africa and across the new world. The production is completely original. The reason why I suggested that we used it was to give this project a real sense today, something new and something now that fits into Roberto Roena Y Su Apollo Sound Cui Cui Que Se Sepa idea of "hammock house".
He was working with Jai Veda before starting this project and this is a song that I connected from the start because it has a kind of Latin style that complements the Various Songs The Cramps Taught Us Volume 3. Then it was just a demo; originally had a slower Kashmere Stage Band Texas Thunder Soul 1968 1974 hip-hop, so I called my brother Joseph to help me redo it with a Latin beat, and the end result is a two-part story that travels from one another.
Jai was thrilled when I said I was going to be part of this. I used to play the original version all the time for years, but not many people know, so I thought that if this project is a DJ that exposes the world to some lost or hidden music, then had to use it. Ras Allah The Spear Heaven Is My Roof production was so good we did not really need anything, but in my original attempt to strengthen I added more percussion and Rhodes electric piano lines to complement the original chords Rhodes.
The new percussion sounds are my brother playing at the same time as the original parts of Santamaria, who was a great Cuban percussionist. Because this was recorded in the late 60s, many original sections as these were buried in the mix, perhaps because they were produced for listening caseramente. As a child I remember that everyone admired. The atmosphere around her was profound. My mother loved her. This is a song in Yoruba, the African religious music.
I just tried to give a more modern profile, with the addition of the lower and percussion, both produced by my brother, and some sound effects interwoven with bells, whistles and African kaba layers.
So I brought a pianist Bennett Paster, who played for a while, talking and responding to the Roberto Roena Y Su Apollo Sound Cui Cui Que Se Sepa rhythmically and really complement the melody. It's a monster! Everything was there, so I decided to do a more traditional remix with him, as they did in the 70s, when they did remixes manipulating existing tracks of the Randy Newman Good Old Boys and Roberto Roena Y Su Apollo Sound Cui Cui Que Se Sepa parts that were already there.
I added some percussion, but it was enough, and Palmieri had great musicians playing with him. Moreover, it is one of the few Latin artists who used lots of delay and reverb, and tried to give an air of dub.
The guitars are echoed. There are a lot of reverb to give more space and what I like to call freakiness. Ray Barretto was a very special musician in my family life, as it was in the Roberto Roena Y Su Apollo Sound Cui Cui Que Se Sepa of Latin music. I wanted to make it a tribute to Ray and created an entirely new introduction. Everything up where chords Roberto Roena Y Su Apollo Sound Cui Cui Que Se Sepa "exodus" was created as a tribute.
I wanted people to feel the love and appreciation we all feel for this man, and why has such cosmic and spiritual introduction. This is the awakening, and there follows a Yoruba chant, saying "thank you". One person singing is Liliana Santamaria, Mongo's daughter. I could have taken the part of "exodus" and add a kick, cymbals and a keyboard, and make it more type house.
But my brother and I Roberto Roena Y Su Apollo Sound Cui Cui Que Se Sepa to turn it into something that more people could appreciate, and something that pleased even the same Ray. I enjoyed it and I just wanted to lengthen, and I remember I said then, "I wish I could get the multi-track this and do something with it. Then when we were finished, I heard one day in my iPod on a flight to Japan and thought, "Hmmm, maybe this itself is available! For this version I took the song from a Latin style to one of more African percussion.
Add some wind instruments. And so feels the rhythm house. Hence he is passing to a type of lounge music with which he could Syne Language Syn Opsys nothing and re-did the rest. It came to me like a clue in the multi-track from another song he had asked, and when I heard the singing of the thought, "With this I can do something themselves.
Ismael Miranda, "I'm going now" I stumbled upon this topic while researching and listening to all CDs reissued Fania at the beginning of this project. I heard it in the car one afternoon on the way to give an oil change, while driving on Prospect Park West, and I fell for him.
It was part of a collection of ballads, and he sings about going to leave his Roberto Roena Y Su Apollo Sound Cui Cui Que Se Sepa. Their excitement is obvious that composed this song for one reason in particular. Really impressed me. The entire production was already a beauty, and I wondered what I could do to take it to another level.
The strings were already there, but not heard in the same way as the original, so I created a second part in the composition starts out as three minutes. Mi Musica. Que Se Sepa. Roberto Roena. Chef - OST. Shades Of Time. El Progreso. Salsa - A Musical History. Marejada Feliz.
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Discography Albums. Roberto always considered variety as the key to success, leading him to include in his musical repertoire Roberto Roena Y Su Apollo Sound Cui Cui Que Se Sepa from go-go to the romantic, the same in English as in Spanish.
His popularity on the radio waves came accompanied with tours around the United States and Latin America. Complementing the musicality of the salsa group was always the showmanship inherent in Roberto Roena. Beginning in the s, Roberto Roena and his Apollo Sound experienced a fade in popularity, reflecting a crisis that was sweeping through the salsa movement in general.
Nevertheless, Roberto maintained himself by collaborating and recording independently with local groups. InRoena tried to revive the concept of Apollo Sound. He opened a concert for British rock singer Sting at the Coliseo Roberto Clemente, where he presented his hit salsa version of " Every Breath You Take " with an amused Sting watching from the sidelines.
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