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Se Traba - Ray Barretto - The Message (CD, Album)

Posted on 03.11.2019 by Kimuro
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9 Responses to Se Traba - Ray Barretto - The Message (CD, Album)

  1. Togul says:
    A really wonderful album from Ray Barretto – more jazz fusion than his usual 70s salsa – but in a way that we really really love! The album's a crossover gem that has Ray working with Stix Hooper, Joe Sample, and Wilton Felder of The Crusaders – a trio who produced the record, and add in some of their instrumental help as well – which helps Ray find this bouncy, sometimes funky sort of.
  2. Zum says:
    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of The Message on Discogs. Label: Barbaro - LPS,Fania Records - LP • Format: Vinyl LP, Album, Reissue • Country: Venezuela • Genre: Latin • Style: Salsa/5(2).
  3. Moogutilar says:
    RAY BARRETTO “HEAD SOUNDS” (Acid etc.) Orig CLOUDS FANIA SLP Stereo LP. $ Ray Barretto Head Ray Barretto Head Sounds FANIA LP MONO LP VG LP# $ Ray Barretto Gracias Ray Barretto Gracias FANIA JM VG LP # $ B Ray Barretto.
  4. Kebei says:
    Label: Fania Records - • Series: Fania Original Remastered - • Format: CD Album, Reissue • Country: US • Genre: Jazz, Latin • Style: Salsa, Latin Jazz Ray Barretto - The Message (, CD) | Discogs5/5(3).
  5. Kazirisar says:
    By itself, the classic bolero "Alma Con Alma" should grant this CD "Classic" status but "Seguire Sin Sonar", "Se Traba" and "Arrepientete" all helped Barretto and his band reach new heights in popularity and still sound vital to this day. This reissue also contains very /5(9).
  6. Dounos says:
    Tracklist with lyrics of the album MESSAGE [] from Ray Barretto: Se Traba - Con el Cimarron - Alma Con Alma - Flor de Los Lindos Campos - Arrepi ntete -.
  7. Tot says:
    Ray Barretto — Message (remastered edition) CD One of Ray Barretto's hardest-hitting salsa albums of the 70s – a raw set of grooves that's got Ray moving away from the playfulness of the Latin Soul years, into a more righteous mode that's easily guessed at from the title of the set!
  8. Taugor says:
    One of Ray Barretto's hardest-hitting salsa albums of the 70s – a raw set of grooves that's got Ray moving away from the playfulness of the Latin Soul years, into a more righteous mode that's easily guessed at from the title of the set! The vibe here is very straightforward – with Ray coming down hard on conga, and working with a group that features Adalberto Santiago on lead.
  9. Samushura says:
    By itself, the classic bolero "Alma Con Alma" should grant this CD "Classic" status but "Seguire Sin Sonar", "Se Traba" and "Arrepientete" all helped Barretto and his band reach new heights in popularity and still sound vital to this day. This reissue also contains very .

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