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A Toda Cuba Le Gusta.
99 USD. The "golden age" of Cuban music came out of retirement, to huge international acclaim
Covertext Compay Segundo For "Company Segundo", guitarist and singer of Cuba's sensuous and rhythmic son music, now in the 90s, the discription "unique artist" is fully justified, as his sublime performance on Ry Cooder's 1997 Grammy Award-winning "Buena Vista Social Club" testifies.
Their music is a mix of all the styles of Cuban music, including bolero, chachachá, salsa, son montuno, timba, guajira, danzón, rumba and abakua. They are known internationally for their 1997 album A Toda Cuba le Gusta, which was recorded at the Buena Vista Social Club sessions.
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Machito) Celia Cruz - Burundanga Compay Segundo - Anita Compay Segundo - Me Diras Que Sabroso Chapotin And His Estrellas - Ya Tu Lo Ves Campeon Beny Moré - Encantado De La Vida (feat. Machito) Miguelito Valdes - El Limpiabotas Miguelito Valdes - Quimbamba Tito Puente - Candido Mongo Santamaría - Afro Blue Mongo Santamaría - Imaribayo Mongo Santamaría - Timbales and Bongo Omara Portuondo - Cuanto Me Alegro Omara Portuondo - Oye Mi Ritmo Omara Portuondo - Totiri Mundachi Cha Cha Cha Omara Portuondo - Yenyere Cumae Pozo and James Moody
What I’m trying to do is create a bridge between contemporary and traditional Cuban music, de Marcos says. Embracing several generations and all musical styles, this unique orchestra has always been devoted to performing the full range of Cuban music.
|The Afro-Cuban All Stars|
|2||The Afro-Cuban All Stars (& Juan de Marcos González)||4:51|
|5||Amadito Valdes And Latin American Rhythms||3:29|
|6||Fidel Castro - Cuba 1959||4:59|
|9||The New Album||11:38|
|10||Live At The Olympia, Paris||2:40|
|11||El Camisón De Pepa||4:42|
|12||Es Mejor Vivir Así||4:29|
|13||Como La Avellaneda||4:08|
|14||La Juma De Ayer||4:20|
|16||Una Rosa De Francia||5:31|
|17||Ahora Me Da Pena||5:14|
|18||Para Vigo Me Voy||9:01|
Compay Segundo live at Olympia in Paris
The Afro-Cuban All Stars at the Salon of Dreams
For "Company Segundo", guitarist and singer of Cuba's sensuous and rhythmic son music, now in the 90s, the discription "unique artist" is fully justified, as his sublime performance on Ry Cooder's 1997 Grammy Award-winning "Buena Vista Social Club" testifies. This Concert, filmed at the legendary Olympia in Paris, features an all-star line up of fellow Buena Vista contributors such as Omara Portuondo and Benito Suarez.
Director: Patrick Savey
The Afro-Cuban All Stars as seen on The South Bank Show
Hanvanna, Cuba, during the 1940s and 50s, was one of the most vibrant, thriving and cosmopolitan cities in the Americas, and the dance music capital of the world. Following the Cuban Revolution, and subsequent US embargo, the country and its musicians survived in isolation until 1996 when the young Cuban bandleader Juan de Marcos González gathered together some of the greatest Cuban musicians of the last fity years, to create "The Afro-Cuban All Stars". The "golden age" of Cuban music came out of retirement, to huge international acclaim.
Contributors include: Juan Marcos González, Ibrahim Ferrer, Rubén González, Pio Leyva
Produced & Directed by Tony Knox
Running Time: ca. 106 Min.
Picture Format: 4:3
Sound Format: Linear PCM Stereo
Language: English, Spanish
Subtitle: English, French, German, Spain
Regional Code: 2, 3, 4, 5, 6
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 0685738853120
|2 62064||The Afro-Cuban All Stars*, Compay Segundo||The Afro-Cuban All Stars*, Compay Segundo - Afro-Cuban Legends (DVD-V, Copy Prot., NTSC)||NVC Arts||2 62064||Canada||1998|