Makuta - Grupo Oba-Ilú - Drums Of Cuba (Vinyl, LP, Album)

8 thoughts on “ Makuta - Grupo Oba-Ilú - Drums Of Cuba (Vinyl, LP, Album)

  1. Mugami says:
    DISCOVERY SERIES: CUBA delivers the warmth of Afro-Cuban music straight to your studio. Cuba’s musical heritage has influenced pop, house, techno, indie, and beyond. Its infectious grooves work in almost any context and have been beautifully captured in this intuitive KOMPLETE Instrument.
  2. Samuhn says:
    Jul 04,  · This magnificent track compilation, digitally remastered from archival 78s, spans 41 years of classic Cuban music, from the habanera/ danzón of Orchestra de Felipe Valdez to the montuno -motored Conjunto Cubakonga's "Como Ayer," which previewed salsa and Latin jazz/5(20).
  3. Voodoolrajas says:
    Jul 23,  · 50+ videos Play all Mix - Afrocuba Live - Makuta - La Timbala Films YouTube ISA - Congo (Palo, Makuta, Yuca) Fin del curso - Duration: Caroline Glasius-Nyborg 26, views.
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  5. Digor says:
    Jun 27,  · 'Pedro Depestre'; son of 'Filiberto Depestre' a violinist with Orq. Aragon in Started playing violin at the age of five. Replaced his father in Orq. Aragon in , leader and director of his own band 'sauchukalupimpchapcafensbreakamkopha.coinfo Juventud' de Santiago de Cuba 's, member of the 'Estrellas de Areito' late '70's, director of the Maravillas de Florida, director of the string section in the Tropicana.
  6. Fek says:
    Nov 28,  · The music of Roberto Fonseca, Daymé Arocena and other artists traces "how Cuba was, how Cuba is and how Cuba will be.” Roberto Fonseca describes new album, ABUC-- .
  7. Vudoktilar says:
    The first African slaves arrived in Cuba in the early 16th century, though these early Afro-Cubans were small in number. As sugar plantations grew exponentially in the 18th century, there was a greater demand for labour, so African slaves were transported to Cuba in .
  8. Mogis says:
    An album of heavyweight Afro-Cuban rhythms recorded in Havana, Cuba. These are high quality recordings that comes with extensive sleeve-notes. This album features the many Afro-Cuban rhythms associated with the various religious cults existing in Cuba today.

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