Once again Vampisoul brings you a new collection of this exciting, spicy mix of musical gems that fill in the link between the mambo era and the dawn of salsa in South America. Tropical orchestras appeared everywhere with a repertoire based on mambos, guarachas and, to a lesser extent, boleros and merengues.
However, over the Afro- Cuban foundation they added diverse influences and reached a new sound, different from their inspiration. Within the core of the tropical music scene, the Sonora de Lucho Macedo was the first group of its kind in Malambo - Various - Bugalu Tropical Gozalo!
Vol.4 (CD) middle of an environment exclusively populated by orchestras. The first one to leave his band and go his own way was Joe Di Roma. The puzzle was completed with the self-taught pianist Otto de Rojas.
They all knew each other from the hotels, parties and TV sets, but especially from the recording studio sessions. The height of the tropical orchestras coincided with boogaloo. Sourced from a period when musicians effortlessly combined the swing of cumbia with the driving bass of salsa, Cartagena! The album focuses on the extraordinary life and career of Curro Fuentes, Malambo - Various - Bugalu Tropical Gozalo! Vol.4 (CD) youngest brother of the family responsible for the Discos Fuentes label.
The album features 19 tracks, of which none have been released on CD outside of South America, and includes a page full-color booklet with detailed liner notes. This is one of the coolest tunes on this compilation, which represents a musical genre called "Cumbia guaguanco.
This is a collection of pure Colombian dance-floor thunder: 16 tracks of the finest guaguancos, descargas and cumbias recorded by legendary bandleader Michi Sarmiento Y Su Bravos and released on the infamous Discos Fuentes label between and Born into a musical family inMichi, a musical child prodigy of sorts, began playing the cabarets, casinos and cathouses of Cartagena in the late s.
Along with infectious dance porros and cumbias, Michi Y Su Bravo specialized in rumbling guaguancos, descargas and hot covers of early salsa and boogaloo hits.
Accessibility links Skip to Malambo - Various - Bugalu Tropical Gozalo! Vol.4 (CD) content Keyboard shortcuts for audio player. NPR Shop. Music Lists. The puzzle was completed with the self-taught pianist Otto de Rojas. They all knew each other from the hotels, parties and TV sets, but especially from the studio recording sessions.
The height of the tropical orchestras coincided with boogaloo. At that point, the scenario had changed. The massive migration inland towards the capital brought along Malambo - Various - Bugalu Tropical Gozalo! Vol.4 (CD) radical change in popular music, giving birth to Peruvian cumbia, which also had a tropical foundation. The Afro-Cuban influence, Malambo - Various - Bugalu Tropical Gozalo! Vol.4 (CD), without Malambo - Various - Bugalu Tropical Gozalo!
Vol.4 (CD) at all, left room for a Colombian influence. With the new decade, the market was taken over by cumbia and salsa.
Shop Gozalo Vol 4 [VINYL]. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders/5(3). Artist: Various Artists Title: ¡Gozalo! Bugalu Tropical Vol. 2 Year Of Release: Label: Vampi Soul [VAMPI CD ] Genre: Salsa, Lati Jazz, Descarga, Boogaloo, Soul/Funk Quality: CBR kbps / FLAC (tracks +.cue,log) Total Time: Total Size: mb / mb WebSite: Album Preview. GOZALO Bugalu Tropical Vol 3 CD Vampi Soul AS NEW! $ $ + $ shipping. GOZALO! VOL. 4: BUGALU TROPICAL Various Artists CD 28 Track In Digipak (vampic. $ + $ shipping `INCA, the Peruvian Ensemble`-Que siga la farra CD NEW. $ + $ shipping. Traffic Sound-Virgin-'69 Peruvian latin rythm rock-NEW CD derbattmogegefilykornorolsoftcat.xyzinfo Rating: % positive. Volume 4 of our successful series of tropical Peruvian music of the 60s. An exciting, spicy mix of musical gems that fill in the link between the mambo era and the dawn of salsa in South America. Another great selection of tracks from a little known but essential period in the development of Latin Music. A terrific, dance-inducing mix of genres across 28 tracks: boogaloo, mambo, son, guaracha. Tropical forms ranging from son to mambo may not have sprung up natively in land-bound, mountainous Peru, but when they arrived, they were embraced just as fervently as in Cuba or Mexico or Colombia, by just as talented a group of performers. And by the time the '60s arrived, Peruvian artists Price: $ View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of ¡Gózalo! Bugalú Tropical Vol.4 on Discogs/5(10). Buy Gozalo! Bugalu Tropical Vol 2 at Juno Records. In stock now for same day shipping. Gozalo! Bugalu Tropical Vol 2. © Underflow Record Store & Art Gallery. All Rights Reserved | Powered by double dotdouble dot. Jul 01, · Gozalo Bugalu Tropical Vol.2 (Vampisoul ) A second amazing set of grooves from the Peruvian scene of the 60s -- upbeat Latin sides that easily rival the greatness of work at the time from New York, Colombia, or Puerto Rico! The Peruvian approach is a bit different than the rest -- often a hybrid of outside influences, recast slightly with. CD £ Gozalo! Bugalu Tropical Vol CD £ Your basket is empty. We ship worldwide. The postage rates for your order are displayed before payment, which is processed using Paypal. You can pay using your Paypal account or any of the following cards. No need to join Paypal.
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