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I've had somewhat of an odyssey finding this CD -- when I first heard the song La novela about 6 months ago (Asi que es me gusta a mi, cuando tu te mueves asi, me rompiste el corazon...), I kept trying to figure out the artist, but the DJ never said who it was. I tried calling the radio stations, but could never obtain a live person. I tried searching for the song lyrics and the title I thought it had, but as you can see, that song's title is actually La novela. But then I remembered part of the lyric that went "El hombre mas famoso de la tierra -- fulanito de tal" and when I was browing CDs on Amazon, I recognized the group and heard the song. I love merengue and dominican music, but this is an even better combination. These guys combine rap, hip hop, merenge and house melody to create a unique, danceable and high energy combination. If I were doing step aerobics to this, I'd be 100 pounds thinner by now. If you haven't discovered this disc yet, it now -- almost every song is amazing and the beat is incredible. Use it as your exercise/workout disc. I can't believe I finally found this group. Amazing stuff!
I had no idea how damn amazing this cd and group is. My gush, when I DJ and play the songs on this CD, everyone will dance. It brings cultures together. Fulanito serves as an perfect example of today's Latin music. It is taking over. Hey, I have no time for Ricky Martin, because I listen Fulanito at home and at work. In fact, I have purchased more CDs produced by Fulanito. They can rock any party!!
Certainly this is my favorite Fulanito Cd. I encourage people to this is they wish to enliven a party with Latin music. In this case a modernized ver of "perico ripiao." And you wish to truly be hip in the eyes of the globe you must admit that "Fulanito is the most popular man in the world" and you have it created and I have. Thanks. Amazing service.
This has all of my favorite songs. I can't just listen to it I have to obtain up and dance. I also like the method that there is a dozens to their style of music. They have a talent for mixing the old items and making appeal to todays generation. Buy this one.
In honor of Hispanic Heritage Month I thought I'd test to review the few Latin releases I have. The different Latin musics are still very much something I am just beginning to obtain into/hear/understand, etc... so I don't have any sort of expert wisdom to cause this will probably mean more to a lot of of you than it does to me, I'll mention that the track notes break down the styles of tunes this way... 1 march, 1 polka, 1 danzon, and the rest are gustos, sons and pasodobles. In case any of these musicians may be familar to some of you from other projects, the players here are Juan Reynoso on violin and vocals, Neyo Reynoso on acoustic guitar and vocals, Castulo Benitez de la Paz on acoustic guitar and vocals, and Javier Reynoso on acoustic guitar during the tracks recorded in is disc is a collection of live performances between 1997 and 2001 from The Festival of American Fiddle Tunes in Washington state. The sound sometimes varies a bit from track to track, but it is always good.I picked this up 5 weeks ago and have listened to it a bunch of times since then. It's the first and only cd of any Mexican musics that I own. I have nothing else to which I can compare it, but I really like it. Every time I listen to this disc it really makes me hungry for tomatillo chicken!If you're also fresh to this music, Juan is very much in the folk fiddler vein. What I mean is, if you only think of Western "classical" melody when you think of the violin then you are used to a much smoother tone than what folk fiddlers the globe over usually have. There is more of a throaty scrape to Juan's tone than you may be expecting, but that's not a poor thing. I love the accompanying guitars here. These guys really nail that certain Mexican rhythm that I felt I kinda knew of, more from musical osmosis than my having any degree of Mexican musical knowledge.A lovely album indeed, and a long one, too. You really obtain your moneys worth.
This unbelievable CD includes virtually all of Cheo's uptempo salsa hits from the Fania years with the classics ("Anacaona", "Nabori", "Brinda Por Mi", "El Raton", etc.) all included. The liner notes also give us a close look at Cheo's musical life and career and the remastering on all tracks is excellent. My only complaint is that no slow-tempo boleros were included but if you can only afford one Cheo Feliciano CD, this one will do.
Hailing from Ponce, Puerto Rico, one of the greatest "Soneros" (Improvising Salsa singer)of all time, this CD includes nothing but pure swing. From the days with Joe Cuba's sextet("El Raton", "Nina") to his triumphant solo career ("Anacaona", "Salome") are in this CD. A nice compilation, based on Cheo's sabor (flavor). I highly recommendthis production. Cheo's mesmerizing voice and top notch bands will hold you dancing all night long.
15 exitos de Vallenato Romantico features a selection of melody videos from a dozens of various Latin American melody ft candle light and a romantic dinner for two are needed when watching 15 EXITOS DE VALLENATO ROMANTICO! Among the smooth sounds on are promotional videos from Los Chiches La Tierra, Luis Miguel Fuentes, Los Embajadores Vallenatos, Erick Y La Decision Vallenata, and a lot of others.
My wife and I had the pleasure of seeing Chaskinakuy when they came through our city recently, and it was during the intermission in which we bought their A Flor De Tierra CD. Like the concert, one gets from the CD an education into the various styles of melody of the region, the numerous instruments used, the culture of the people and their history. Sometimes when a group focuses in on one aspect, in this case an academic appreciation of Andean music, another aspect may be sacrificed, such as the soul of the music. That couldn't be further from the case with Chaskinakuy. (Why hasn't Microsoft come up with a Quechuan spellchecker yet!!) The melody is so rich with feeling and emotion that I literally got goose bumps from hearing them play live, and those bumps haven't receded an iota after continuous playings of A Flor De Tierra. There are 17 numbers on the CD with a total playing time of roughly 52 minutes. I have so a lot of favorite songs on it that it would be fruitless to test to break them all down in this humble attempt at an Amazonian review. All I can say is: the CD and I'm sure you'll be magically transported on a serene musical note like I was to the mountains of Peru, Bolivia, and Ecuador.
This CD is by far their best yet! If you have any doubts about amazing Andean Music, DOUBT NO MORE!! This is worth the buy!Danielle adds SO MUCH to the group on his Andean violin.I've seen Chaskinakuy in concert, have talked with them, and have been to one of their workshops. Not only are they accomplished profession Musicians who are dedicated to preserving and educating the Andean culture, but their ATTITUDE is so good: They are all perfect teachers, are gracious, generous, patient, and just very giving people. This is a fine quality to have; one of the finest for is CD is exquisitely beautiful. I highly recommend it!!!
Mr. Solis knows his audience, and plays very well to it. He connects with his orchestra, his dancers and back up singers. He is aware of his appeal and plays it fully, a joy to watch, and also listen to him. He has a unbelievable voice and is very attractive.
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I've found all three books in this series amazing for learning Spanish. The stories are engaging. The vocabulary is "Goldilocks" not too hard, not too easy, just right. For me, about 500 fresh words a book. Means some pages i could create it trough fairly easily, others were harder, but none were impossible. Not too a lot of idioms. I read the books on an iPad with the Collins dictionary app. Simply highlight any words you don't know, then copy the definition into the notes for later review. Then I use a flashcard program to practice the words. Also, create mates with some native speakers so when you run across an idiom you can figure it out. Helps to eat lots of Mexican meal as well!