|Festival in Havana / Festival in Havana|
|Album:||Festival in Havana||Collection:||World|
|Artist:||Festival in Havana||Added:||02/2004|
|Add Date:||2004-06-21||Pull Date:||2004-08-23||Charts:||Reggae/World|
|Week Ending:||22 Aug||15 Aug||1 Aug||25 Jul||11 Jul||4 Jul||27 Jun|
|1.||Sep 27, 2005:||At the Cafe Bohemian |
Consuelate Como Yo
|4.||Aug 10, 2004:||At the Cafe Bohemian |
|2.||Sep 02, 2004:||Sun in Libra Moon in Pisces |
Desengano De Los Roncos
|5.||Jul 30, 2004:||No Cover, No Minimum |
Siento Un Bombo
|3.||Aug 19, 2004:||Sun in Libra Moon in Pisces |
|6.||Jul 27, 2004:||At the Cafe Bohemian |
Consuelate Como Yo
Billed as “a musical time capsule of Havana before the revolution,” this CD was recorded in 1955 and features wonderful music, well played (especially by Oscar “Floresita” Velasco whose trumpet is a force of nature). There are no guitars or bass, so it’s all trumpet/percussion/vocals on these congas & rumbas which makes them less lyrical then we’re used to…but great stuff.|
*1. Fast percussion, big trumpet, chorus. Wild energy at end.
*2. Another fast conga w/that huge, brassy trumpet.
*3. Warm male vocals in a light & swaying rumba.
4. Lazy rumba w/some nice percussion.
5. Choral & percussion-driven rumba.
6. A brassy conga w/chorus & drums.
7. Very much like #6, but that was a liberal conga & this is for the conservatives.
*8. Trumpet/perc/bells/chorus. Conga.
*9. A sweet, relaxed rumba w/strong male vocal.
10. Male vox & chorus plus percussion on this rumba.
*11.Good male vocals/chorus & drums on this relaxed track.
*12. Trumpet/percussion/chorus conga. That trumpet is amazing.
|1.||Tumbando Cana||7.||Tumba La Cana|
|2.||El Barracon||8.||Siento Un Bombo|
|3.||Consuelate Como Yo||9.||Desengano De Los Roncos|
|4.||Donde Estabas Anoche||10.||Malanga|
|5.||Ultima Rumba||11.||Ave Maria Morena|
|6.||La Chambelona||12.||Mirala Que Linda Viene|