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Enganchate
  • Artist: Pellejo Seco
  • Label: CD Baby
  • UPC: 858595001021
  • Item #: 136770X
  • Genre: Latin Pop/Rock
  • Release Date: 3/7/2006
  • This product is a special order
  • Rank: 1000000000
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Enganchate on CD

Without a doubt, Pellejo Seco marks a new plateau in Latin music in the San Francisco Bay Area. Founded in the East Bay in 2004 by Ivan Camblor, this eclectic group has it's roots in Traditional Cuban music and performs only original compositions The group produces a creative sound which combines the exquisite, popular and fantastic. In it's evolutionary process, Pellejo Seco has caught it's own distinct flavor which intertwines progressive Fusion Rock, Latin pop, Brazilian, Flamenco, Afro-Cuban and Jazz. Ivan Camblor named the band, Pellejo Seco, and interprets it to mean "Raw Hide." For Ivan the name has many meanings, one of which is to describe the dry and leathered skin of a "campesino" or farmer. "Enganchate," is the first CD for Pellejo Seco. The title can be loosely translated to mean "Grab on." As you listen to this album, you will definitely want to grab onto the exciting rollercoaster of musical themes and genres which winds you through a world full of complex energetic dance rhythms and beautiful love ballads. All the music on this album is composed by Ivan Camblor Allende. Ivan is a new composer from Havana, Cuba. In Cuba, Ivan played his Tres (a Cuban guitar) with many traditional Cuban bands, many of which performed his songs. Other accomplishments for Ivan include a collaboration with Edesio Alejandro, the most prominent Cuban Soundtrack artist today, on two scores for the film, "Hacerse el Sueco." Ivan moved to the United States in November 2004 to be with his wife, Deborah Simon-Weisberg, who is also featured on the CD singing "Calma."