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Vaya Ismael 28 gennaio 2002
Di Hector Reyes-erazo - Pubblicato su Amazon.com
Formato: Audio CD
Following on the heals of his successful 1973 release "Así Se Compone Un Son," Ismael Miranda breaks out of the sound room with "Borinquen Tiene Montuno," a declarative montuno that puts listeners on notice that Puerto Rico has its own flavor of montuno. Nelson Gónzalez licks the mambo with his inimitable tres, atendido por el repicao del bongó, la tumbadora, y el corriete de la trompeta, guarantees that you'll happily concede while swinging your caderas. The interpretive ballads ("La Cama Vacía" and "Nervios Acero") are in the hands of a bolerista inigualable who intones in the tradition of the late Felipe Rodríguez and Beny Moré. My favorites are "A Beny Moré," Miranda's pen tribute to the late and legendary Cuban singer, "Homenaje A Rafael" a tune that entreats "el cumbanchero" Rafael Hernández at his celestial repose to listen to Miranda's homage. One of Puerto Rico's most prolific composers, Rafael is a cornerstones of Cuban and Puerto Rican Son having musically straddled both islands composing favorites like Lamento Borincano, Cachita and Puche y Pluma to name a few. Inspired by his musical largess, Ismael delivers a swinging tune that is bound to stir you to dance, and lastly, Las Esquinas Son, by the then poco conocido Rubén Blades. The production attests to Ismael Miranda's enduring musical presence in the corridors of Cuban music especially in light of the recording's date, which continues to topple many of today's repetitive and pseudo pop salsa recordings. I highly recommend "En Fa Minor" for its enduring swing and classic issue of 1970s New York salsa. Gracias maestros Johnny Pacheco, Louis Ramirez, donde quiera que tu estas, Marty Sheller and Louie Cruz for the arrangements and direction.
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A musical gem by Ismael 3 aprile 2011
Di Gabriel Cortes Hernandez - Pubblicato su Amazon.com
Formato: Audio CD Acquisto verificato
The album is a very good one, that screams Cuban roots all over it. It includes tracks that pay homage to 2 greats: Beny More and Rafael Hernandez. A "Beny More" was one of my favorite tracks of the album. "Rumba, Rumba Rumba" is a violently fast well.... rumba song that very good bongo playing that's impossible to keep up with. Unfortunately, the CD's liner notes does not have credit any of the musicians a sin in my opinion as singers are nothing without them. I would be offended if I were one of them.

"Borinquen Tiene Montuno" is obviously the best song of the album and one of Ismael's all-time bests if you ask me. Ohter than the two boleros, this album is a rock solid effort by El Niño Bonito. If you ever come across this gem, buy it since this album surprisingly hasn't been remastered and from inside information (Codigo's releases list), isn't going to be any time soon.
CLASSICAL salsa period --- the cure. 18 ottobre 2012
Di abran paso - Pubblicato su Amazon.com
Formato: Audio CD
this handsome singer has an amazing voice. the way he fluctuates his volume is pleasant...oh my aunt (in the 60's) use to take him to school ( l.e.s. mantahhan) --- i feel good that i can say that.


the timbre of track (1) 6:55 " boringuen tiene montuno" is compelling ( among other tracks). --- you would have to hear it in order to believe it ( this is really great sounds).

ie., 2:10 - ( the guitar emphasis is perfect. the conga is just under the guitar ( nice) while in the back ground is the bass ( typical).then out of nowhere (3:15), you are shocked by the impact of the brass / piano ( perfect time / rhyhm / color ! ( man this will make you get down))...then your soul is dropped with the perfect tempo ( 3:50)...the chorus / brass adds flavor to your heart).


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