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I bought this cd because it came up under "guaguanco". I assure you it is not even close. Its more along the lines of Latin pop and its not even amazing melody to boot. I hope his other albums are better b/c this one is a flop! If you've never heard of Chichi Peralta, don't even worry about it!
3 and a half stars if that rating were possible. This is mostly a very amazing CD, well worth a listen, and it grows on you initial reaction, comparing it to "Pa' Otro La'o", was slight disappointment, but I think it has to be recognised that that CD was something very unique indeed and would be hard to emulate (anybody starting with Chichi Peralta should that one rather than this).His arrangements are always exciting and inventive, and really shine on a lot of tracks with surprises around every corner. Occasionally,things become a bit cluttered, and I found the American light soully feel of some of the singing watered down some of the Latin spirit.Certainly, Jandy Feliz (singer and songwriter on the first CD) is missed, both for his distinctive voice and his more melodic, catchy songwriting - he and Chichi combined created an unbeatable team, but there is still some amazing melody on ichi Peralta is one of the most talented, creative Latin musicians around and maintains his high standard here, while perhaps not quite matching the heights of his brilliant first CD.
I love this album! After waiting for more than 2 years I am very happy with the various rythims on this album. The creation and dancable music. I love the singers voice and congratulate ChiChi Peralta for his work. To anyone who wants to have fun the flavor and sounds of the caribbean I reccomend this album to all melody lovers not just spanish speaking ones. Unbelievable album. I particularily like De Vuelta al barrio.
En cuanto a la calidad de sonido es superior. Este trabajo musical es mejor que su primera prduccion musical colocandose como uno de los mejores artistas Dominicanos. Estoy muy contento de que desues de tres anos regrese con una produccion sin igual. VIVI MI PAIS, REPUBLICA DOMINICANA
Originally released in 1959, this production featured 'La Sonora Habanera' and 'La Sonora Ponceña', taking turns backing the popular puertorican crooners, Felipe Rodrìguez and 'Davilita'(Pedro Ortiz Dàvila). What makes this bolero ladden musical work interesting, is the fact that it was Papo Lucca's(La Sonora Ponceña's long time pianist and band leader) first Lp. He was just 13 years old when this recording came out. It would be a decade (1969) before Papo Lucca and 'La Sonora Ponceña' recorded their first solo album,'Hachero Pa'Un Palo', which began a long streak of successfully comercial Lp's, a lot of of them now considered classic "salsa" masterpieces.
Musica que trae grandes recuerdos, me crie escuchando este tipo de musica por mis abuelos y sin duda es un gran disco de los años de antaño .....Wow la letra de la cancion llamada El invalido es presiosa una de las mejores letras que e escuchado en La voz de Felipe Rodrigez
[Congratulations for finding this particular web page among the related on Amazon.] This recording was a complete surprise, for its performance style was so various from my other CDs on classical melody of al-Andalus, mainly from Morocco. While the musical source material of Islamic Spain is the same and performances are suites of maqam modes with set melodies and improvisation, the muwashasha poetry here, of which there are hundreds of compositions, are classical Arabic of the Middle East, chiefly Syria and Egypt, and of 18th century to modern times. Moreover, the Eastern style obeys strict rules of Arabian meter. Therefore, the first impression is the crisp, staccato notes and well-regulated rhythm, lacking the lilt and fluidity as well as the varied tempo found in the Western or Maghreb style. Instrumentation is also slightly different, with the Moroccan rebab missing, but the ensemble contains a chorus. The length of the recording is 75 minutes, providing fully developed selections and improvisations. In short, this album, which contains extensive notes on the music, demonstrates how melody of Islamic Spain spread into the Eastern Arab lands and adapted to their musical ethos.
Es un libro que termine en una tarde, acompañando a mi madre a su visita al Instituto Nacional de Cancerologia. Me llego profundamente. No sabía bien a bien de que se trataba, pero casi creo que podía sentir lo mismo que Conor. Seguro fue el timing :)
Got this application for my nephews ages 2 and 3, first off the three year old noticed all the bright colors in the app, it is very colourful to hold the children attention. It uses slow learning methods to actually hold the kid interested and learning quickly, focuses on one word at a time or the child can choose from various android games and has a lot of various levels to create well worth the cost! The 2 year old laughed at all the characters (their are many) this is a amazing learning tool and android game to hold the kids occupied!
The amazing Kordofani (in Western Sudan) singer, musician, teacher and band leader Abdel Gadir Salim is one of the lesser known living treasures of globe music. In a country so often typified by a violent past of war, religious fanaticism and the political horrors we see in Darfur, he shows another but real face of the Sudanese people - humane, joyful and tolerant. This is a very amazing CD with perfect liner notes although his earlier, out of print work "The Merdoum Kings Play Songs of Love" (1992) is even better.
With his roots in the melody of the desert nomads of Western Sudan, where he was born in the region of Kordofan, Abdel Gadir Salim pioneered a mix of urban and folk melody in the early 1970's, coming up with this marvelous hybrid of African, Arabic, and jazz; it incorporates some Western instruments, like the saxophone and accordion, and the melody he writes is melodic, rhythmic, and mellow. Anyone who likes reggae or African melody will appreciate Salim's talent, and search in his songs a lovely and kindred spirit.He is also an exceptionally sensitive oud player; my favorite tracks are the the final two, where he sings just to the accompaniment of his oud. "Maltul Hawak" is dedicated to his home, and is about the love he has for his land. Salim has toured Europe with his band of 7 "All Stars", and has received critical acclaim wherever he e sound on this CD is good, as is the bilingual French/English booklet insert. Though it does not contain lyrics, it has an explanation of the tonal complexities of the music, and a mini history of Sudanese laxing, unusual, and beautifully performed, this is an perfect addition to any globe melody collection.
Un monstruo viene a verme:Puedo decir que es un libro muy fácil de leer y lleva un gran mensaje consigo. A veces pasamos por situaciones difíciles y enfermedades que pueden causar un gran efecto a los que nos te libro te hace reflexionar un poco y te ayuda a entender al protagonista que solo es un niño, que a tenido que ser hombre desde muy temprana edad.El libro te ayuda a reflexionar, llorar y agradecer lo que tenemos. Felicito a los que hicieron esta historia posible.4/5
The creature is the tree in a young boy's imagination and nightmare as he tries to cope with his mother dying of cancer. Could not place it down. I cried at end, remembering my mother's death when I was only 12.
Escogí este libro cuando escuché buen comentario sobre la película. Cuando es triste, te da mucho para pensar sobre cómo vivir la vida. Lo recomiendo también para chicos mayores de 13 porque pienso que podría ser much para los menores y sería muy complejo para ellos.
I downloaded this application for my 3 year old niece who is 1/4th French but doesn't know a single word of the language. I thought of teaching her a few words so that she could impress her grandma who'd be visiting us in a few days. Anyway, the application looked really attractive on my Samsung Tab's HD display. It is really vivid, colourful and super lively. She really enjoyed using the application and I can tell you that cause after a few mins she just snatched it from me and started using it herself. Her favorite was the singing letters module of the game. Also, I personally feel that this application is really helpful coz in spite of being an adult, I was so mesmerized by the app, that I learnt a bunch of words myself. All in all, I'd recommend this application to all parents and teachers who'd like to teach young children the basics of the French language. Trust me, it's really helpful.
Anouar Brahem's melody is refreshingly original, remarkably intricate, and (perhaps most important) eminently listenable. His melody transcends the "world fusion" genre in which his melody is most often placed. Ever since borrowing "Astrakan Cafe" from the Chicago Public Library 5 years ago, I've absorbed his melody and he's quickly become my favorite musician of all time. Some have described his items as "oud chamber music" and that's appropriate, but each song is essentially a jazz piece. Brahem has cited Keith Jarrett as a major influence, and you can hear why... ECM is a fitting label! Brahem has a true bonus for melody; as has been said elsewhere, most "world fusion" is jangly, and this items is anything BUT those of you who are familiar with his work already, and are now considering this album, allow me assure you: it's worth it. My initial impressions were not that good; this album didn't hit me with any particular glorious strain (except "Halfouine", but of course, that was a major delight of "Astrakan Cafe"). I wondered if a previous reviewer was right when he said Brahem still had gold to mine from the vein he tapped in "Le Pas du Chat Noir". BUT this melody is subtle, and when you hold listening and really listen, the rewards come. Yes, this album is very much like "Le Pas du Chat Noir", but it is no lame recycling or collection of "Chat Noir" leftovers. Nope! What you obtain with this album is an exquisite title track (the piano's solo is lithe and graceful), "L'Aube" is brooding but these still waters run deep, "Nuba" is a playful intermezzo. The next set runs a bit melancholy but really listen to the players meditate in "La Chambre", "Cordoba", "Halfouine", and then "La Chambre, var." All together they create an perfect extended musing. "Zarabanda" is a highlight of the track (check out the perfect accordion work) and almost worth the of the album by itself. The latest two return to brooding, but that's OK, the deep humming of the oud on "Ete Andalous" is magnificent (listen to Brahem's fingerwork as he makes the oud moan and whimper quietly - awesome - and then he picks some amazing lines).Accept my highest recommendation, if you wish an album that bears repeated listening and never blares. Right up there (almost) with "Thimar" and "Astrakan Cafe".