Celia Cruz - Son Con Guaguanco / La Excitante album flac
Title: Son Con Guaguanco / La Excitante
MP3 album: 1339 mb
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Part of Nascente's excellent, much-needed series of Latin two-fers from the deep vaults of the Fania/Tico family of labels, Son con Guaguanco/La Excitante reissues two of the best fiery original albums from Cuban dynamo Celia Cruz. Both were recorded for Tico during the mid-'60s, and include some of her best work after leaving La Sonora Matancera. The latter, recorded in 1968, shows off a greater range by including mambos, boleros, and a merengue tune.
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rsula Hilaria Celia de la Caridad Cruz Alfonso (October 21, 1925 – July 16, 2003) was a Cuban singer and the most popular Latin artist of the 20th century. She was renowned internationally as the "Queen of Salsa", "La Guarachera de Cuba", as well as "The Queen of Latin Music". Throughout her career, Celia Cruz interpreted and internationally popularized tropical rhythms such as Son, Guaguancó, Rumba, Guaracha and Bolero. However, the genre that led to stardom was Salsa.
This album has an average beat per minute of 124 BPM (slowest/fastest tempos: 102/200 BPM). See its BPM profile at the bottom of the page. Tracklist Son con Guaguanco. BPM Profile Son con Guaguanco. Album starts at 120BPM, ends at 140BPM (+20), with tempos within the -BPM range. Try refreshing the page if dots are missing). Recent albums by Celia Cruz. La reina de la salsa. Historia de la salsa.
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The album is an artifact of Cruz's 1966 and her life in transition - from Cuba to exile in the United States, and from obscurity behind institutional barriers to international fame despite systemic racism and sexism. On the cusp of international stardom, the Cruz who recorded this album is at once a girl in Cuba's countryside, set firmly in the day-to-day landscape and concerns of el campo, as well as a burgeoning star, transplanting these minutiae among the tumultuous United States of 1966. The 150 Greatest Albums Made By Women. She had released Cuba Y Puerto Rico Son with Tito Puente earlier that year, but Son Con Guaguancó was the first album to promote Celia as a solo artist on Tico Records, Puente's label. Tico Records was later purchased by Fania Records, the New York label at the fore of the salsa explosion of the late 1960s and 1970s.
Although fans may have had high expectations for the first album recorded by Celia Cruz after she moved to one of the top labels in Latin music (Tico), Son con Guaguanco doesn't disappoint in the least.
|Son Con Guaguanco|
|2||Son Con Guaguanco||2:46|
|3||Es La Humanidad||2:23|
|4||Lo Mismo Si, Que No||2:55|
|5||Oye Mi Consejo||2:47|
|6||Se Me Perdio La Cartera||2:32|
|9||No Hay Manteca||2:27|
|12||Amarra La Yegua||3:14|
|13||Sabroso Son Cubano||2:52|
|14||Merengue De Carnival||3:08|
|15||La Negra Caridad||2:53|
|16||Besito A La Francesa||3:50|
|17||A Santa Barara||3:49|
|18||A La Devira||2:31|
|19||Mi Treque, Treque||3:05|
|20||Aguita Y Cafe||2:39|
|21||Para Ti Mi Boogaloo||2:26|
- Vocals [Lead] – Celia Cruz
Notes"Son Con Guaguanco" originally released in 1966.
"La Excitante" originally released in 1968.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode (Text): 5 014797 132320
- Barcode (String): 5014797132320