MP3 Abateria - Abateria
Komplettes MP3 Album von Abateria
Kurz-Beschreibung von CDbaby: Authentic Latin Dance and Latin Jazz influenced by Cuban Rumba and Son, 1950s and 60s era New York Latin jazz, and other traditional music and rhythms from all over Latin America and the Caribbean.
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ABATERIA is a 6-piece Latin Dance and Latin Jazz band that includes guitar & tres (a traditional Cuban style guitar), upright bass, piano & organ, flute, drums, percussion, lead vocals, and 5 back-up vocalists (all members of the group sing). The songs on the album are influenced by Cuban Rumba and Son, 1950s and 60s era New York Latin jazz, and other traditional music and rhythms from all over Latin America and the Caribbean.
The opening track on this debut ablum, "Oma Oma Oke Oke", is a traditional Cuban Rumba for Ochún featuring highly acclaimed percussionist Michael Spiro (https://www.tradebit.com). "Dulce Amor" is a Cuban style Son written by singer Melania Bruner and guitarist Greg Shadwick. "Descarga", also written by Shadwick is heavily influenced by Havana's Latin Jazz scene of the 1960s. "El Camello", written by pianist Johnny Kidd, is an up-tempo, syncopated Latin Jazz chart. "The Sad Organ", another original by Shadwick, speaks to the New York City scene of the 1960s and in influenced by the entrance of the electric guitar in Latin Jazz by Manuel Galban. "Chequeo de Sonido" was recorded live in the studio on the first day of recording. This track, a first take that was made up on the spot, shows the group's pure creative and improvisational skills. The overall sound of the album reflects the diverse and varied influences that the different members of the group possess.