Orlando Marin Y Su Saxofonica Orlando Marins Saxophobia
Although Timba is considered to be a form of popular music, the technical mastery of Timba is only possible Gabor Szabo Dreams highly trained musicians, who have solid theoretical backgrounds in classical music, jazz Orlando Marin Y Su Saxofonica Orlando Marins Saxophobia other international genres, as well as traditional Cuban folkloric music.
Timba has been very popular for quite some time in the Netherlands where I'm from, as well as in other parts of Europe, especially France and Spain both have vibrant Timba Salsa scenes.
Outside of Miami and a few other spots, Timba music is not overly popular in the USA in general many salsa dancers consider it difficult to dance to and strong to their earsbut is beginning find a niche among a growing number of dancers. Until quite recently many recordings by American Timba bands didn't really measure up to the Timba music that is being made in Cuba.
A band with the name Timbalive burst onto Miami's music scene in august The tracks on "From Miami a la Habana" consist of 11 Timba tracks by composers like Juan Formell and Amaury Gutierrez, as well as some tracks of the own inspiration of Bayron Ramos, who also arranged some of the tracks. I love the way tracks like "Zorra" and "Timba pa la libertad" take of with a banging monuno on piano after wich thethe percussion and horns blend in, a pumping bass, a powerful coro and the soneros piercing through it with their inspirations Cintura Mami, Cintura!!!
This is essential Musica Cubana baby! Ahi na ma! Edward Magdariaga, Bass. Javier Concepcion, Piano. William Paredes, Trombones. Andres Padron, Conga. Special guests:. Amaury Gutierrez, Voz track 5. Gonzalo Rubalcaba, Keyboard solo track 2. Isaac Delgado, Voz track 2. Manolin "El Medico de la Salsa", Voz track 2.
Mayito Rivera, Voz track 2. Pedrito Calvo, Voz track 2. Br ily, Voz track 2. Ivan "Melon" Lewis, piano track 2. Roberto "K. Dame Un Tin. De Miami A La Michael Kamen David Sanborn Eric Clapton And Honeymoon Suite Lethal Weapon Original Motion Picture S. El Dinero.
Orlando Marin Y Su Saxofonica Orlando Marins Saxophobia Poquito Pa Despues. Enredado En Tu Pelo. Ave Maria Que Calor. Chirrin Chirran. Timba Pa La Humanidad. Roberto "Kiki" Garcia, Flugelhorn solo track 4. Livan Mesa, Piano track 1. Marcos Prado, Coro all tracks. CD Cover. Track list:. El Nazareno Y Yo. Pa'l Bailador. Nuestro Ayer. Pa' Los Muchachos. Pensando En Ella. Por Ella. Traigo Salsa. Pa'l Bailador Bonus Track.
According to Julito Fernandez Antillano himself, it all began an afternoon in at the house of his grandparents in los Frailes de CatiaCaracas, Venezuela.
His uncle Fidel had just bought Bongos and when Julito saw and heard his uncle play this instrument something magical happened. Although his uncle had just bought the instruments and could only play the basic martillo bongo patern, but Julito was fasinated and that very moment would mark him for live. Uriola is one of the Venezuelan artists who has played for Oscar D'Leon, Orlando Poleo, Changuito, and Naty y Su Orquesta and now chooses to independently record and produce himself in order to put his music out at home and abroad and he was the one that encouraged Julito to Sasha King You Cant Turn Me Away release this project.
Afinque" Rosario. Musicians :. Julio Fernandez Antillano, Bass. Fidel Antillano, Piano. Joel Uriola, Piano. Rafael Rey, Trompet. Yomar "Caballo" Mendez, Timbales. Romi Eliexer Dabuy, Congas. Luis Sulbaran, Congas. Jorge Glen, Cuatro. Richard Montilla, Mandolin. Druber Salsazar, Vocals. About Event Planning. Sizzling Hot SOS links. Cover Tracks Musicians review. Quien Llorara Casera Ten Cuida'o El Loco Que Mujer El Timbalero Rico Melao Meche Karl Birger Blomdahl Aniara An Epic Of Space Flight In 2038 AD de Caramelos Tiene Saoco Llegue Here is the information for the Composers and arrangers that Orlando provided for each different track: Side A 1.
The recording was hailed as a Latin jazz success, however, NYC Latin music industry politics at the time Orlando Marin Y Su Saxofonica Orlando Marins Saxophobia airplay and undermined its commercial success. The original pressing of this album is also a highly sought after collector's album and goes for big bucks whenever it pops up on sites like Ebay. Throughout his performing career Orlando has maintained his roots in New York City, where he has given back to the community as an employment counselor for community-based organizations, including the National Puerto Rican Forum, his extensive employment counseling experience has helped countless job seekers of all ages prepare for the world of work.
Believing that music belongs to everyone, Orlando has been spending an increasing proportion of his Delegation Oh Honey Let Me Take You To The Sun bringing his music to those unable to come see him: hospital patients, inmates of correctional facilities, and nursing home residents throughout the New York area. InCongressman Jose E. Serrano, U. At the time that the Mambo was exploding in the early 50s, Orlando was already captivated by its rhythms and he acquired a love of music and developed a keen interest in Latin percussion.
The band also had a year-old Joe Quijano on vocals The Wailers Band Higher Field Marshall year-old Eddie Palmieri on piano, both of whom were destined to become Latin music greats in their own right.
The band quickly evolved into orchestra with 4 trumpets in the line up, and it was the first of the Bronx-born Latin dance ensembles to achieve solid commercial success, appearing in dance venues all over New York City.
In Orlando's musical career came to a Pacha One Kiss Remix when he was drafted to serve in Korea as part of the U. Several years later, Orlando would appear with Tito again at the Hollywood Palladium, this time each leading his own orchestra, and dueling on timbales. Following military service, Orlando returned to New York in and reorganized his orchestra with many of his previous members and began playing again in the Palladium Ballroom and and Hunts Point Palace, as well as in many other popular New York dance venues, such as the Limbo Lounge, the Bayside Manor and the Hotel Taft.
Orlando's Orchestra soon gained the attention of producer, arranger, composer and bandleader Al Santiago. Santiago, who previously worked for his uncle, the musician Bartolo Alvarez, who owned the famous Casa Latina Record Shop in Orlando Marin Y Su Saxofonica Orlando Marins Saxophobia Harlem was also the owner of the "CasAlegre '55" record store then located on Prospect Avenue and Westchester in the Bronx. In Al Santiago expanded his business when he went into partnership '56 with clothing businessman Ben Perlman and founded the Alegre records label.
Just as the "Blue Note" records label was for Jazz, the Alegre Records Label instantly became synonymous with the New York Latin music sound and was unrivaled until the Fania Records label was established. Unlike the mega-music stores of today, CasAlegre and other neighborhoods music stores were gathering places for local and visiting musicians.
Santiago therefore hooked Orlando up with Chivirico and the cooperation between the two proved to be a magical one as they really hit it off together. These four soneros were some of the best at that time and as they take turn as lead singers from track to track, it provides a lot of variety to the album as a whole and they were backed up by a great Coro made up by Santos Colon, Celia Gonzalez and Yayo El Indio, all of them also great soneros in their own right.
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