Orgullo De Los Soneros

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Orgullo De Los Soneros 59:04 $11.98
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1 Voy A La Calle Vapor [Septeto Habanero] 04:13 $1.49 Buy
2 Se Entero [Septeto Habanero] 04:52 $1.49 Buy
3 Que Se Acabe El Leperepe [Septeto Habanero] 05:42 $1.49 Buy
4 Si Tun Ganga [Septeto Habanero] 04:00 $1.49 Buy
5 Las Maracas [Septeto Habanero] 05:30 $1.49 Buy
6 Alerta Los Bailadores [Septeto Habanero] 03:52 $1.49 Buy
7 Revive La Ilusion [Septeto Habanero] 02:58 $1.49 Buy
8 Que Encierran Tus Ojos [Septeto Habanero] 04:43 $1.49 Buy
9 Diana Habanera [Septeto Habanero] 05:47 $1.49 Buy
10 Guarracha Y Son [Septeto Habanero] 03:53 $1.49 Buy
11 Ahora Si [Septeto Habanero] 06:23 $1.49 Buy
12 Un Diciembre Feliz [Septeto Habanero] 03:28 $1.49 Buy
13 Mama Inez [Septeto Habanero] 03:43 $1.49 Buy

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Gonzalo Emilio Moret Lupe - vocals, guiro
Digno Marcelino Perez Martinez - vocals, maracas
Jose Perez Arregoitias - vocals, claves
Felipe Ferrer Caraballo - tres
Ricardo Vidal Ferro Vicente - bongo
Faustino Sanchez Illa - double bass
Servando Arango Garcia - trumpet

Today, there are actually eight players in Ibanez's Habanero, but they retain the original septeto instrumentation.

"Here's a musical institution with few rivals. For 80 years Septeto Habanero (they were originally a sextet) have been playing the son of Cuba, keeping it alive, helping it grow, keeping it fresh. They handed down the sound to generation after generation, through social and economic hard times--the dictator Machado considered son subversive--and good times; the current regime encourages cultural development and made the band 'professional musicians' with a state income and support. The group developed the country music of Oriente, added brass in the late '20s, went to New York to record in the '30s, and became a cultural icon in the '80s as the cultural freeze between New York and Havana began to thaw. The sound has not changed radically from those old recordings made in New York, and this 1997 session shows the current band to be rock solid and true to the tradition laid down eight decades ago. Smooth, precise and full of soul, Septeto Habanero carries on." - Louis Gibson