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Fiesta Percusiva

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Mozambique
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Bomba En Nueva York
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Afro Blue
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Juego De Quijadas
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Fiesta Percusiva
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Soy Chicano
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Funky Cumbia
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Bata: Oru Seco Para Elegua, Ogun, Ochosi
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La Llorona
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In the Pocket
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Por La Mañana
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Palmadas Para Aztlan
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Album Information

Total Tracks: 12   Total Length: 41:33

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Philly Review

Yavichan

High percussive, mostly Afro-Caribbean, fueled up release that is smoking hot! This salsa-jazz-folkloric project features a ton of percussionists. In addition to Victor Rendón there's Anibal "Tito" Rivera, Louis Bauzo, Tom Mattioli, Henry Brun, Guillermo "Memo" Acevedo, Ruben Rosa, Diego Lopez, Ramon Diaz and many others. Pick this up and enjoy! PHILLY Salsa.tripod.com

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vicrendon

"...Maybe there are equally devoted fans out there who would love to savor Latin percussion stripped as far down to the basics as possible, without any horn sections. If so, Fiesta Percusiva was made for you. When the tune is apparent, it’s presented almost as a component o the rhythm instruments: Andrea Brachfeld’s flute on “Afro Blue” sounds like an overtone of her line being doubled on marimba. Other tracks are equally or more bewitching without a single tonal note; on “Juego de Quijadas” caracoles, quijadas (a donkey jawbone), rain sticks, and other percussion evoke the sounds of nature itself, with help from some sampled cricket noises – all of this assuming that nature has a feeling for 6/8. With or without a melody, this stuff is magic. Traps Magazine Spring 2009