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Puentes

Puentes by Brenda Hopkins Miranda buy album

Brenda Hopkins Miranda

Label: Bhm Music
Released: 2017
Duration: 1:17
Views: 175

Track Listing

#1 Cumbanchero #2 Muéveme el Cafecito #3 Feelin' Good #4 Black Coffee #5 Preciosa #6 Verde Luz #7 Lamento Borincano #8 Romance del Campesino #9 People Get Ready #10 Sal a Caminar #11 Donde Yo Nací

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Additional Personnel / Information

#1 Brenda Hopkins Miranda - pianist, arranger #2 Andrés "Kino" Cruz - percussion #3 Frederick Lashawn - percussion #4 David de León - bass #5 Christopher de León - guitar #6 Manuel Martínez - drums #7 Jeanne d'Arc Casas - dance #8 Fofé Abreu - voice #9 Cheryl Rivera - voice #10 Emily Gómez - voice #11 Lizbeth Román - voice, guitar #12 Javier Gómez - voice, guitar, harmonica #13 Ana del Rocío Gómez - voice #14 Eduardo Alegría - voice #15 Tito Auger - voice

Album Description

“Puentes” is Puerto Rican pianist and composer Brenda Hopkins Miranda’s sixth album. It offers a fresh blend of Latin, Soul, Blues, Funk and Jazz, giving it a contemporary vibe with world music appeal. “Puentes” features eight of the islands best vocalists performing modernized versions of Puerto Rican and American classics like Cumbanchero, Feelin’ Good, Preciosa, People Get Ready and Lamento Borincano. Every track ends with a collective jam filled with all the excitement that only the most daring improvisers can deliver.


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