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Thursday, April 20, 2006
Listen to Directamente Al Mambo...

Oye, now there are clips online for all eleven tunes from the new album. Put a big click right here, and enjoy. Updates are going to be scarce for awhile, because tomorrow I head back to my secure bunker in an undisclosed tropical location. Hope to see some of you there! Chao pesca'o.
Saturday, April 15, 2006
Here are three clips from the third tune of the new album, Las Cubanas, Qué Lindas Son. Music and arrangement by me, lyrics by El Indio, and featuring El Nene (Azucar Negra, Revé) on vocals and Feliciano Arango on bass. Cable/DSL | Dialup

How many times have you heard a bass solo in the middle of a dance tune? But when you have a player like Arango, it would be a terrible waste not to turn him loose. Cable/DSL | Dialup

And, why not another clip? This is towards the end of the tune, each coro a tribute to Cubanas from every province in the island. ay, las Cubanas... Cable/DSL | Dialup
Saturday, April 08, 2006
OK, another preview clip

Here's a short excerpt from the song Puro Y Temba, featuring Robertón from Van Van.

Man, I wish I could just put the whole album up here now, I'm dying to see how people are going to react, but I can't. Poco a poco, business is business.

Cable/ DSl hifi goodness or,


Mamborama news and the world of Cuban music, accompanied by occasional self-indulgence.

Extensive Cuba trip report now online.

Here's an online scrapbook of photos of La Habana and some of the recording sessions for the new album.

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