Friday, October 29, 2010

Ruben Gonzalez - Momentos (2005)


1.Date una Vueltecita
4.Como Siento Yo
5.Nuetra Cancion
6.Prestame la Bicicleta
9.Mi Congojas
11.Yo Te Enseno Lola
12.Que Infelicidad
14.Tu Corazon Otra Vez
15.Todo Aquel Ayer

- Clique Aqui:

Gonzalez was the pianist who helped to pioneer two of the most popular dances of the 20th century, the mambo and the cha-cha-cha. Ry Cooder described his style as a "Cuban cross between Thelonious Monk and Felix the Cat."

Cuban pianist Rubén González has lived through this century's greatest musical windstorms, from the emergence of son to salsa to Latin Jazz and more. Born in 1919, González also retired from playing professionally years before this, his debut CD, was even recorded. He reemerged in 1996 when World Circuit stopped in Cuba to record for several days. He ended up making a thrilling debut. This impromptu CD was cut in a day, and its limber vibe shines for all its uptempo looseness. González plays a rainbow of Cuban rhythms and prods his percussionists and lone trumpeter to great depths of conversation and great heights of flash. --Andrew Bartlett

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