Discussion in 'Salsa Music' started by opm1s6, Jan 14, 2013.
Cache - Abuelos
You know opm, since I first read this thread, every time I've been out dancing and I hear "linda melodia" in a song I think of you and try to make a mental note of the song But it's hard to remember in the heat of the moment, or I don't know the song name/version, so I usually end up unable to tell you what it was.
El plato roto- Tito puente old old skool mambo
I'm curious if that's anyhow related, but I've heard the musical quote near to "linda melodia" before. what is it? and is that related?
So generally my understanding is that the sonero will call it out at moments where he's calling for a beautiful melody from the pianist (most of the time) and the pianist will oblige. Either that or the sonero calls it out to have the audience pay attention to this beautiful melody...
I know it's hard to keep track of them....
That's my understanding as well. But what is the quote at 2:00 ?; I know Ruben Blades has used it.
Or here at 5:05
Ataca means attack, as in attack that piano... i have no idea what he's saying at 5:05 and I actually think he's talking to someone else.
He is starting up athe coro there. The man starts it and he and a woman (Omara?) sing it a couple times I can hear the word "más" but I don't know what the rest is because they are so quiet. I would like to say that it's something along the lines of "no...m'as" but can't really hear. Then the man ends it with a comment but I can't hear well enough.
But what does he play?
Charanga de loro de jose loyola cubayende isn't bad
I just heard it in this:
Guajira Controversial by the Tico All-stars
It doesn't get better than this:
Beny Moré - Ya son las doce
Damn that's old school. I didn't realize how far back this went...
Ricardo Ray - Mirame
Pupi Lgarreta - La Cartera
Enjoy. I am surprised this wasn't on here already.
I know right. That's one of the first I ever noticed in.
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