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Omara Portuondo - Lagrimas Negras: Canciones Y Boleros CD - Avalable 03/18/08

SOURCE: Published: 2008-03-08
Omara Portuondo This double CD is the result of an interpretive creation full of feeling, intimacy, and naturalness.

Description:

This double CD, “Lgrimas Negras (Black Tears), Canciones y Boleros", is the result of an interpretive creation full of feeling, intimacy, and naturalness. Omara returned to the Latin American popular classics, with a difficult to imagine ensemble consisting of Enriqueta Almanza's piano and that of the great Rubn Gonzlez, Richard Eges's flute, the bass of “Cachato", or the “Greco" and the “Guajiro" Mirabal's art in unraveling the mysteries of the brass instruments, in addition to Amadito Valds's paila with AfroCuban rhythms and the tasty percussion of Hernn Corts, Roberto Garca, and Osvaldo Rodrguez, without forgetting Martn Rojas's magnificent guitar.

Track Listing/Features:


Disc 1
Increble
Quiero Hablar Contigo
Te Quera
Libre de Pecado
Campanitas de Cristal
Nosotros
Cmo es posible
Vieja Luna
Confidencia de Amor
No Te Quejes
Le Dije A Una Rosa
Y T Qu Has Hecho
La ltima Noche

Disc 2
Obertura
Hasta Siempre
Veinte Aos
Interludio
Es Lo Que Me Queda Por Vivir
Lgrimas Negras
Y Slo T y Yo
Alli
Vuela Pena
Me Acostumbr a Estar Sin Ti
Cancin de un Festival
Gracias a la Vida
Porqu Dudas
Y Tal Vez
Un Ratico Ms No Importa


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