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Omío

Omío by Fidel Morales buy album

Fidel Morales

Label: Omío Music World
Released: 2016
Views: 559

Track Listing

No Más; My Gift; Albita; Ausencia; Omío; Lo Que Viene…; Blue Sea; Doctorcito; Bulecolumbia Con Timbal.

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Additional Personnel / Information

Fidel Morales: drums, batá drums, congas, voice (9); Isaac Laurel: electric guitar (1); Yan Carlos Artime: piano (1, 3, 5, 6, 7, 8); Ramón Vazquez: electric bass (1, 7, 8); Luis Marín: piano ( 2); Gabriel Rodriguez: double bass (2, 9), electric bass (3, 5, 6); Charlie Sepulveda: flugelhorn (2); Marco Pignataro: tenor sax (2); Savier Diaz: congas (2, 6, 7, 8, 9); Guillermo Barrón: cajon (2, 9); Raúl Romero: electric guitar (3); Bienvienido Dinzey: keyboard (3, 7, 8); Tiko Ortiz: tenor sax (3, 7, 8); Diego Centeno: iyá batá drum (3, 5); Javier Curet (itótele batá drum (3, 5); Ana María Perera : voice (3, 4, 5); Eddie Gomez: double bass (4); Eduardo Zayas: piano (4); Ricardo Pons: flute, tenor sax, baritone sax (5) tenor sax ( 6, 7, 8); Rubén Bulnes: apkwon, vocal chant (5); Daniel Ramirez: trumpet (6, 7); Fernando Mattina: electric guitar (8).


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