Fruko El Bueno Ayunando
If you feel like contributing, let us know. Soy Guajiro del Monte. La Loma del Tamarindo. That, and the disturbing album cover. Just a quick word to let you know that you are featured in our blogroll on Radio. Subscribe in a reader. No comments. Tags done with Foobar Anyone who has heard the compilations from the likes of Soundway Records or VampiSoul covering cumbia, salsa, or Latin funk sounds has no doubt had the tracks from Fruko jump right out at them.
Guajeo de Saxos. These tracks are Fruko El Bueno Ayunando massive, amazing, landmark recordings. This pre-Revolution recording session is not only amazing 33 minutes of music but also very important historically, as it is one of the earliest examples maybe THE earliest example of taking themes from Cuban popular and folk musics and using them as a springboard for out and out jazz improvisation, a technique that would have reverberations far outside the island itself.
One myth even says this album was recorded after-hours at the Tropicana club, which is ridiculous — crystal clear fidelity and wide dynamic range is proof this was recorded at an actual recording studio. I have not heard the VampiSoul pressing of this with the extra tracks, and it seems to be out of print. They are a cool enough label but I often find their mastering to be a bit on the loud Fruko El Bueno Ayunando — plus, since I know of Terri Gonzalez How Good It Is Caught Up In One Night Love Affairs few cases where they have been tied up in legal wrangling over royalties, I am doubtful about what master tapes they are using sometimes.
This is not a slag against VampiSoul, really: they have made all kinds of extremely rare recordings available that Fruko El Bueno Ayunando would otherwise have never heard several of which have already been featured here. This pressing was mastered in Cuba in the mids and sounds quite nice to my ears. Manyoma sang lead on some of the group's most important tracks, beginning on the album Ayunando Fruko El Bueno Ayunando including "El Preso" before leaving to pursue a solo career.
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