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India - Llego La India (1992)

7-07-2016, 05:47
Jazz | Latin | FLAC / APE


Artist:
Title: Llego La India
Year Of Release: 1993
Label: Acid Jazz / Soho Sounds
Genre: Afro-Cuban, Acid Jazz, Latin, Salsa
Quality: FLAC | MP3-320
Total Time: 51:40
Total Size: 343 | 118 MB
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Tracklist:

01. Vivir Sin Ti (5:05)
02. Llego La India (6:40)
03. Soledad (4:40)
04. Mi Primera Rumba (5:43)
05. Yemaya Y Ochun (Prelude) (2:16)
06. Yemaya Y Ochun (5:47)
07. Merengue Internacional (5:52)
08. Solitude (4:39)
09. I Wanna Dance (4:36)
10. Soledad- Soledad (6:21)

Piano: EDDIE PALMIERI
Bass: JOHNNY TORRES
Trumpet: CHARLIE SEPULVEDA - BARRY DANIELIAN -NELSON JAIME - BRIAN LYNCH
Trombone: CONRAD HERWIG
Saxophone: DAVID SANCHEZ
Percussion: JOSE CLAUSSELL
Bongo/Bell: JIMMY DELGADO
Timbales: JOSE CLAUSSELL - JIMMY DELGADO
Conga: MILTON CARDONA
Conga on 'Vivir Sin Ti': RICHIE FLORES
Shekere/Iya: MILTON CARDONA
Itotele: THEODORE HOLIDAY II
Okonkolo: THEODORE HOLLIDAY
Tambora: JESUS ANDIYAR
Guira: RICARDO MEJIA CARRERAS
Clave: PETE 'CONDE' RODRIQUEZ
Maracas: PEDRO E. RODRIQUEZ - YEMAYA Y OCHUN (prelude)
Choir: JOHNNY TORRES - MILTON CARDONA (1, 2, 4 & 5) - PETE J RODRIGUEZ - PEDRO E RODRIGUEZ - INDIA (1, 2, 4 & 5) - CONNIE HARVEY (3, 7, 8 & 10) - BENNY DIGGS (3, 7, 8 & 10)


Musical Producer: Eddie Palmieri
Co-producer: "Little" Louie Vega

Even though I am not much of a fan of Salsa music, especially today's salsa exponents, I can't help but be captivated by La India. She is one of the most popular female vocalists ever. But her voice really shines in here. Her "soneo", which means vocal improvising (not scat - it involves improvising lyrics based on a refrain) is absolutely enthralling.
At the time of this CD she was not yet too well-known - nowadays she is, in the words of Celia Cruz (a pillar of Latin music), the undisputed Princess of Salsa. Her more recent albums have included ballads that lean more to latin-pop, but fortunately not sappy or sugary at all. Her intense delivery is always a delight for the ears and the soul.
The only thing that made me not give this a full score is the fact that we get the song "Solitude" in 3 versions. I think that's a bit much of the same. But nonetheless, this is a fine introduction to one of the most fiery, and passionate vocalists you are likely to find.
La India is definitely a rare talent, and she is from Puerto Rico, so it makes me proud. (Customer from Amazon)





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