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Siento decirlo pero este album no es lo que yo esperaba. Yo esperaba más canciones llenas de energía y gozadera pero no fue así. Algunas canciones son buenas pero la mayoría son regular, pero es solo mi opinión.Ojala que su próximo album sea mejor y que el no dure tanto con su COMING SOON!!Cuídense!!!
I love Tony Dize ever since his first song in blin blin album "no tengas miedo" and now with this album well diserve he's unstoppeble. Grate voice and hook with the songs. one of the albums you just allow it run from track 1 to the end, one of the few best reggaeton albums I ever heard.
Ya era tiempo que Tony Dize sacara su propio cd pero este cd no me gusto mucho. Al escucharlo no sabia si el disco era de el o era la continuacion de Los vaqueros o el de Los Extraterrestre de Wisin & Yandel. Me hubiera gustado mas diversidad o por lo menos unos productores diferentes. Desde el principio uno se da decuenta que fueron los mismos que producieron los cds antes mencionados. Tony Dize tiene su tiempito y me gustaban mas las otras canciones que el tenia en otras copilaciones como Contra la Corriente y La Mision. Lastima que el cd va a terminar en mi coleccion de cds que no escucho junto al de los Extraterrestre..... Pero no se puede negar que hizo un esfuerzo y saco su cd. Si te gusto el cd de Los Extraterrestre de W & Y te recomiendo este cd pero si quieres algo diferente ahorate los benjamins............
Tony uses a lot of various styles, has nice features like Wisin, Yandel, Franco, Gadiel, Jayko and has a very amazing voice. Album is beautiful short but all tracks are very good. Even after listening 6 times to the whole album it is still touching. Album has the best sound quality possible.
Initially I had reservations about buying this CD, "La Casa de la Trova" by Eliades Ochoa, but when I found an inexpensive copy in the Marketplace I figured I would give it a shot. Of all the different Buena Vista Social Club spin-offs, I have to say I always found the albums by Eliades Ochoa the least enjoyable. Sure they all begin out strong, but I feel like each of his three CDs are a bit one note -- same rhythms, tempo, guitar/percussion exchanges -- and by the end I lose interest. Don't obtain me wrong, I like them enough overall, but when I wish to listen to Cuban music, I tend to grab something else from my shelves. However, something that eventually tipped the scales for going ahead and getting this disc was having also purchased the other four titles in this Cuban Essentials series on the Escondida label (see my reviews of El Compadre Again,Sentimiento and Momentos). One of the things I like about these compilations vs all the post-Buena Vista solo albums is they provide a special opportunity to listen to these artist's pre-Buena Vista careers, which for the likes Compay or Ruben Gonzalez spans decades. The downside of course is these compilations can become more of an historical document that does not necessarily flow from track to track. But "La Casa" is various -- recorded primarily in the 1990s this CD has a true single album feel, both in terms of its overall sound and content. Fortunately, there is also more dozens here than the aforementioned later solo projects, and even an oft-revisited piece like "El Cuarto de Tula" has more embellishments and spirit here, like they actually enjoyed playing it back in the day before it became an obligatory encore. So now that I relish this CD, I will have to go back and listen anew to those other Ochoa discs, and see if they match the fire of "La Casa."
I think it's obvious that no one in his right mind would expect a film like this to be a masterpiece or anything remotely academic. From the very beginning, it should be clear to anyone that a film with Paul Naschy and under the English title of "The Werewolf vs. The Vampire Women" is not going to be precisely the kind of horror film anyone would take seriously. Not because Mr. Naschy cannot be taken seriously. As a matter of fact, I acknowledge him as a Latin horror legend and he has been in some of the finest horror movies in Spanish I have seen, such as "Blue Eyes of the Broken Doll", for instance. On the other hand, this multifaceted actor, is also well-known for being in some of the most bizarre and random horror films throughout the 60s and 70s. With this cute small horror flick, I mistakenly anticipated myself to a small bit of tasteless amusement that in the long run, was going to earn my reverences. If there wasn't any amazing gore, then at least I would have expected unintentionally humorous results, but sadly, this movie fails to deliver the expected elements of entertainment that a horror fan would imagine in a movie of this kind. In "La Noche de Warpugis", Elvira and Genevive, go to the French countryside, with the intention of making some enquiries about a wicked Countess named Wandessa, who lived through the 13th century and who was recognized for devoting herself to Satan, among other things. When the journey is about to come to an end, Elvira's vehicle runs out of gas and the girls finds themselves lost in the middle of the French nowhere with no one else in the zone to give them a hand. Luckily, Elvira and Genevive search relief when a mysterious man named Waldemar appears out of the blue, to them a put to stay before the night falls. However, Mr. Valdemar is actually a really enchanting small werewolf who lives with his crazy sister hidden inside the house and while he intends to be a normal person with amazing manners, his ferocious nature forces him to be wild and risky to be mates with. As if this wasn't already enough, Countess Wandessa who has been sleeping for centuries, suddenly revives and goes back to her old tricks again, without expecting an equally powerful rival like Waldemar, who won't allow her obtain away with the same wicked behavior she once had. In "The Night of the Walpurgis", the werewolf and the vampire women search themselves battling in a dull and banal encounter, in which the viewers are the only ones who actually lose. Too poor this movie was so below my expectations. Like I said before, I expected at least some decent childishness to amuse myself. There's basically no gore whatsoever and the few death scenes, are rather effortless and insipid. Several movies with Paul Naschy are well-known for having a small bit of everything, so I supposse I should give a friendly warning to anyone who thinks "La Noche de Walpurgis" is also going to be like this. Honestly, I got so bored watching this film, that in the end, the only reason why I didn't leave it incomplete, it's because I wanted to see if something would save it during the latest minutes. Unfortunately, the silly opening sequence is about as amazing as it gets all the method trough.
This Vives' superb 1994 musical debut brought the awesome vallenato musical tradition to globe consciousness. CLÁSICOS is a collection of twentieth-century Colombian vallenatos, a muscial form originally played with stick, drum and accordion, but here updated to contain an impressive array of drums and electric instruments. This is coastal dance music, what Colombians listen to when they party, and it is simply e classic heavy-groove "La Gota Fria"--radically various than Emiliano Zuleta's original-- kicks the disc off with its story of duelling musicians, and is followed by love songs, laments and even a track ("Alicia Adorada") which filters reggae through Latin sensibilities. From classic portraits of vallenato life-- the city drunk of "Compae Chipuco"-- to love songs like "Amor Sensible," Vives' collection explores the genre's best ves' band, La Provincia, contains members whose fathers wrote some of the tunes, and all are superb players. The melody is fluid, supple, deeply groovy and compulsively danceable. The band-- and disc's-- highlight, however, is the amazing accordeon playing of Egidio Cuadrado. As a Guatemalan mate place it, "Jimi Hendrix was the Egidio Cuadrado of the electric guitar," and if so, "Purple Haze" must be Hendrix' guitar ver of "Pedazo de Acordeon." Cuadrado, like Keith Richards or Bob Mould, drops blasts of rhythm, then drifts away into sly fragments of solos and back, all in a e album's genesis is also interesting. Vives was originally a Colombian soap-opera actor and rock musician (who wrote some really poor Colombian rock songs and ballads). He was approached by Colombian TV to play the role of the still-living Rafael Escalona, who is to vallenato what Hank Williams is to country, or Charlie Parker is to jazz, in an 8-part midly fictionalised ver of Escalona's life. Vives and band formed to perform the songs, and then decided to record and release them. Vives'music has been dramatically changed by this recording--his latin pop now has a vallenato feel, and staples of his concerts are these tunes.Another legend of note-- vallenato melody was supposedly originally born in mythical time, when acordeón player Francisco El Hombre met the Devil, who told him that his time was over. Francisco challenged the Devil to a musical duel, beat him, and thus was born vallenato (a story echoed in the Brer Rabbit folktales of North America, and in "The Devil and Daniel Webster").The Escalona movie is interesting; the melody sensational, and this was the disc that brought vallenato to first a non-Colombian and then globe audience, and which paved the method for other artists sucvh as Juanes and ves is also a superb live player and a fairly entertaining guy-- if he comes to your area, create the effort to see him, especially if Cuadrado is on acordeón.
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Listening to Pedrito Martínez`s melody is worth the time. It is those of a kind you rarelly run into. The band sounds just very well orchestrated, the rithym is special and original. It is true globe music, the band is created up of musicians not just "guataqueros", however the barrio and urban sounds flows through their veins, that you can realise. No doubt, it is a masterpiece every latin melody collector should have. Have fun it and follow up Pedrito`s Venezuela, Cuba y Perú. Por supuesto, la madre patria España.
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Sandro was the most representative artistic figure in the sixties. Owner of an enviable charisma, he emblematized the spirit of the 60's as any one Latin American ere are a lot of reasons that help his successful career. First at all, his multidimensional facets as singer. He was a sensitive crooner sand so he captivated the amazing audiences in what concerns the genre of sweet and inspirational Ballades (Maniquí, Asi, Porque yo te amo, Penumbras, Paris se arrodilla ante ti) ; On the other hand he sang simple to listen and pleasant themes (Rosa Rosa, Una muchacha y una guitarra, Tengo) ; but besides he worked out as illustrious troubadour (Trigal, Sr. cochero) ane even religious songs (Las manos). But the main happening about his success turned around the fact he happy the women as men as well. He was a real idol of crowds in the late sixties until the middle seventies.Of course, there were decisive influences in his style. Elvis Presley, Engelbert Humperdinck and Pat Boone. But meanwhile he also exerted his influence over several generations to , when he is living his golden years, it would be convenient to turn our attention respect this generational icon.Long live for him!