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Tribute to Fania All Stars (En Vivo)
  • Artist: Gerardo Rosales
  • Label: CD Baby
  • UPC: 8716514001038
  • Item #: 1111658X
  • Genre: Latin Pop/Rock
  • Release Date: 1/1/2004
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  • Rank: 1000000000
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Tribute to Fania All Stars (En Vivo) on CD

Gerardo Rosales y su Trabucombo 'Tribute to Fania All Stars' Musical and executive producer: Gerardo Rosales Manager: Astrid Pulles Sound engineer: Juan Carlos 'Bulu' Viloria Recorded live 14-02-2003 in Melkweg, Amsterdam, Holland Additional recordings, mixed and mastered by Juan Carlos "Bulú" Viloria, 2004 GS Studios Weesp, Holland Musicians: Gerardo Rosales: leader, congas, maracas, guiro and claves Astrid 'La Holandesa': lead vocal, chorus Alberto Caicedo: lead vocal, chorus Miguel Montenegro: lead vocal, chorus Lucas van Merwijk: timbales and drums Juan Carlos 'Bulu' Viloria: bongo, bells Randal Corsen: piano Randy Winterdal: bass Bart Noorman: trumpet Michael Simon: trumpet Michael Rörby: trombone Pedro Colón: trombone José Pérez: baritone sax When one talks about the history of salsa and his most important exponents, one has to mention the Fania period. Under the directing hands of Johnny Pacheco and Jerry Massuci, Fania would turn into the motor of the salsa in the seventies. The songs which were composed during this period, would later turn into classics of the Latin music. Who better than a salsa musician and expert of the salsa culture like Gerardo Rosales to pay tribute to Fania. He organized a live record session in his hometown Amsterdam, with which he wanted to leave a testimony and with which he likes to give continuity to this marvelous music. This CD is also a tribute to the salsa audience, that for many years has been waiting for the opportunity to enjoy this music. Gerardo Rosales has crossed the barrier of time and took away the nostalgia, so he could bring this music to the present. He wishes to share it with new generations and cultures, who feel attracted by the magic of salsa. "Gerardo Rosales y su Trabucombo", from Holland, will keep on spreading the true salsa. Cuando se habla de la historia de la salsa y de sus más importantes exponentes, hay que mencionar la época de la Fania. Bajo las manos de Johnny Pacheco y Jerry Massuci, Fania se convertiría en el motor de la salsa en la década de los años 70. Las canciones generadas en esa época, se convertirían posteriormente en clásicos la música latina. Quién mejor que un músico y conocedor de la cultura salsera como Gerardo Rosales para rendirle este tributo a la Fania. Gerardo Rosales organizó esta sesión de grabación en vivo desde la ciudad de Ámsterdam, para dejar un testimonio y dar continuidad a esta música maravillosa. Este CD también es un tributo al público salsero, el cual estaba esperando desde hace muchos años poder disfrutar de este repertorio. Gerardo Rosales ha cruzado la barrera del tiempo y apartó la nostalgia para poder traer al presente esta música con el deseo de compartirla con nuevas generaciones y culturas, las cuales se sienten atraídas por la magia de la salsa. Gerardo Rosales y su Trabucombo desde Holanda siguen difundiendo la verdadera salsa.