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Yaoundé

Yaoundé by Samuel Torres buy album

Samuel Torres

Label: Found You Recordings
Released: 2010
Views: 1,113

Track Listing

1. Un Atardecer en Cartagena de Indias; 2. Oye; 3. Yaoundé; 4. Tumaco; 5. Bambuco (to Santa Fé de Bogotá); 6. Cosita Rica - The Richness of the Small Things; 7. La Niña en el Agua – The Girl in the Water (to my Love Larita); 8. Macondo (Para Lucho Bermúdez); 9. Ronca el Canalete; 10. Lincoln Tunnel; 11. Rio Magdalena; 12. A Rose (to my Grandmother); 13. Chía - The Moon Goddess (La diosa luna); 14. Camino del Barrio (to my Uncle Edy Martinez and all the Musicians from the Golden Era of Salsa in NY).

Personnel

Samuel Torres
Samuel Torres

percussion

Additional Personnel / Information

Samuel Torres: congas, kalimba, cajon, maracas, udu, djembe, tambor alegre, guache, tambora, talking drum, shaker, cowbell, caxixis, effetti; Joel Frahm: sax tenore e soprano; Michael Rodriguez: tromba, flicorno; Manuel Valera: piano, Fender Rhodes; Ernesto Simpson: batteria. Ospiti: Anat Cohen: clarinetto; Ralph Irizarry: timbale; Sofia Rei Koutsovitis: voce; Andrés Garcia: chitarra colombiana 12 corde.


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