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Spanish Harlem Orchestra - Viva La Tradicion album flac Performer: Spanish Harlem Orchestra
Title: Viva La Tradicion
Style: Salsa, Latin Jazz, Cha-Cha
Released: 2010
MP3 album: 1226 mb
FLAC album: 1900 mb
Rating: 4.4
Other formats: FLAC XM AAC RA VOX DTS WMA
Genre: Jazz / Latin

Last month, the Spanish Harlem Orchestra released their latest album, Viva la Tradicón. To celebrate, one lucky Contest Corner reader will win a copy of the album, so read on! About Viva la Tradicón: Concord Picante is proud to announce the release of Viva la Tradicón, the newest album from the Grammy winning 13-piece collective Spanish Harlem Orchestra. The 12-track collection marks the orchestra’s debut album for Concord Picante and overall fourth outing. A lively and energetic affair, Viva la Tradición draws on inspiration from the music’s history and enduring traditions. The collection is comprised largely of original compositions and arrangements of classic salsa tunes by bandleader/founder Oscar Hernandez. Hernández is one of the most respected musicians in Latin & Latin Jazz music.

Spanish Harlem Orchestra's fourth album, and its first in four years, puts the focus back on the group itself after previous albums with spotlights for Paul Simon and Rubén Blades, among others. Fittingly, it celebrates the rich tradition of salsa music, as heard on the second track, "Mi Herencia Latina," written by vocalist Willie Torres, who name-checks a parade of influences.

Concord, Concord Music Group 32263.

Spanish Harlem Orchestra. La Salsa Dura, 05:56. La Fiesta Empezo, 05:04. Nuestra Cancion, 05:22.

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Album · 2010 · 12 Songs. More By Spanish Harlem Orchestra.

Spanish Harlem Orchestra, the three-time Grammy® winning Salsa and Latin Jazz band, sets the gold standard for excellence in authentic, New York style, hard core salsa. Whether in a concert hall or at an outdoor jazz festival, there is no easing you in, they come at you full force, from start to finish. Their second Grammy® winning album, Viva La Tradicion, was released in 2010 on the Concord® Picante imprint. Oscar Hernández has long been considered one of the most prominent pianists and arrangers in the Salsa & Latin Jazz scene. He is all about tradition.

Tracklist Hide Credits

1 La Salsa Dura
Arranged By – Oscar HernandezWritten-By – Manuel Simonet, Oscar Hernandez
5:56
2 Mi Herencia Latina
Arranged By – José MaderaWritten-By – William Torres*
5:31
3 Son De Corazon
Arranged By – Gil Lopez Written-By – Gil Lopez , Marco Bermudez
6:27
4 Como Baila Mi Mulata
Arranged By – Oscar HernandezWritten-By – Oscar Hernandez
5:41
5 Si Me Quieres Te Quiero
Arranged By – Gonzalo GrauWritten-By – Pedro Speck
5:22
6 Baila Latino
Arranged By – Oscar HernandezWritten-By – Eliel Rivero
5:41
7 La Fiesta Empezo
Arranged By – Oscar HernandezWritten-By – Marco Bermudez, Oscar Hernandez
5:04
8 Nuestra Cancion
Arranged By – Gil Lopez Written-By – Cesar Portillo De La Luz
5:22
9 Linda
Arranged By – Maximo RodriguezWritten-By – Pedro Flores
4:47
10 Regalo De Dios
Arranged By – Gil Lopez Written-By – Gil Lopez , Marco Bermudez
5:28
11 Rumba Urbana
Arranged By – Oscar HernandezWritten-By – Oscar Hernandez
6:35
12 El Negro Tiene Tumbao
Arranged By – Angel FernandezWritten-By – Carlos Cascante, Julio Jáuregui
6:24

Companies, etc.

  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – SHO Productions, Inc.
  • Copyright (c) – SHO Productions, Inc.
  • Recorded At – Bennett Studios
  • Mixed At – Bennett Studios
  • Mastered At – Telarc International

Credits

  • Bass – Gerardo Madera, Maximo Rodriguez (tracks: 2)
  • Bongos, Percussion – Jorge González
  • Congas, Percussion – George Delgado
  • Coro – Willie Torres*
  • Guest, Vocals – Issac Delgado (tracks: 12)
  • Lead Vocals – Carlos Cascante
  • Lead Vocals, Coro – Marco Bermudez, Ray De La Paz
  • Piano – Oscar Hernandez
  • Producer – Oscar Hernandez
  • Saxophone, Flute – Mitch Frohman
  • Timbales, Percussion – Luisito Quintero
  • Trombone – Daniel Reagan, Jimmy Bosch
  • Trumpet – Hector Colon, John Walsh, Raúl Agraz (tracks: 4, 7)

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 888072322639