Cinque

Cinque by Elio Villafranca
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Elio Villafranca

Label: ArtistShare
Released: 2018
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Track Listing


Part A:
El Rey del Congo – The King of the Congo; Narration 1; Cinque + Narration 2 (Part 1); The Capture (Part II); Canto Ganga de Despedida; Narration 3; Troubled Waters (Part III); Rezo Congo; Maluagda (part I); La Burla De Los Congos (Part II); Tambor Yuka – Saludo Ganga; Madre Agua (Part III); Indigo + Narration 4 (Part I); New Sky (Part II); Narration 5; The First Colony (Part II); 17 Kongo.
Part B:
The Night At Bwa Kay Man; Palo De Muerto – Llore; Kafou Ceremony; Narration 6; The Night Of Fire; Medley of Congo Songs; Mesy Bondye; Paseo (Part 1); Conga Y Comparsa (Part 1); Live Conga; Canto Ganga a Yegbe de Despedida; Congo Story; Canto Congo A Capella – Maluagda; Palo de Muerto.


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Elio Villafranca: piano; Vincent Herring: alto & soprano sax, flute; Greg Tardy: tenor sax, clarinet; Todd Marcus: bass clarinet; Freddie Hendrix: trumpet; Steve Turre: trombone, bass trombone, Conch shells; Ricky Rodriguez: acoustic bass; Lewis Nash: drum set; Arturo Stable: bata drums, congas, palo drums or atabales; Miguel Valdes: bata drums, congas, bombo; Jonathan Troncoso: palo drums or atabales, valsié, barril drum; Nelson Mateo Gonzales: barril, palo drums or atabales; Alexander Lasalle: vocals; Alexander Waterman: cello; NARRATION: Terrance McKnight; GUESTS: Wynton Marsalis: trumpet; Leyla McCalla: vocals; Don Vappie: banjo.


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