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Guayacán Orquesta - Que La Sangre Alborota download mp3 album
Performer:
Guayacán Orquesta
Album:
Que La Sangre Alborota
Style:
Salsa, Son
Released:
1987
Country:
Colombia
FLAC vers. size:
1944 mb
MP3 vers. size:
1446 mb
WMA vers. size:
1179 mb
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4.5 ★
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863

Complete your Guayacán Orquesta collection. Que La Sangre Alborota ‎(LP, Album).

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Lozano then split with Varela and founded his own group, Orquesta Guayacán, which made its recording debut, Llegó la Hora de la Verdad, in 1986, followed by Que la Sangre Alborota in 1987 and Guayacán Es la Orquesta in 1988. This early incarnation of Orquesta Guayacán featured a lineup including co-founder Richie Valdés (vocals) and his brothers William (timbales) and Julio César Valdés (bass), along with John Lozano (vocals) and Tanenbaum (keyboards), though Richie and William Valdés left the group after Guayacán Es la Orquesta and joined Varela in Grupo Niche

All songs and all albums Orquesta Guayacán You can listen for information on the site. Download the album or mp3, watch videos Orquesta Guayacán. All video clips of all the songs are here. Also known as Grupo Guayacan, Guayacan, Guayacan Orquesta, Guayacán, Guayacán Orquesta, Orquesta Guayacan. Members of Orquesta Guayacán: Alexis Lozano, Wilson Viveros. Que La Sangre Alborota. This early incarnation of Orquesta Guayacán featured a lineup including co-founder Richie Valdés (vocals) and his brothers William (timbales) and Julio César Valdés (bass), along with John Lozano (vocals) and Tanenbaum (keyboards), though Richie and William Valdés left the group after Guayacán Es la Orquesta and joined Varela in Grupo Niche. Vs Guayacán Orquesta. Orquesta Guayacan - Cuando Hablan Las Miradas. Orquesta guayacan-oiga,mira. Oiga Mire Vea - Orquesta Guayacán.

Del segundo lp de Guayacán Orquesta, titulado "Que la sangre alborota". Esta es la versión completa del tema, ya que a la publicada en Cd le cortaron casi un minuto de duración. Compositor: Alfonso Córdoba, "El Brujo". Vocalista: Richie Valdés. Arreglista: Alexis Lozano.

Guayacán Orquesta is a Colombian salsa music band. The band was founded by Alexis Lozano, formerly of Grupo Niche, trombone player and arranger, and includes Israel Tanenbaum, producer, pianist and arranger, and is one of the premier salsa bands in the music of Colombia. Ostual Serna is the current congo player. Llego La Hora De La Verdad (1985). Que La Sangre Alborota (1987). Guayacan Es La Orquesta (1989). 5 Años Aferrados Al Sabor (1990). Sentimental de Punta a Punta (1991). Con el Corazon Abierto (1992). A Verso y Golpe (1993)

Tracklist Hide Credits

A1 Nostalgia Africana
Written-By – Alfonso Cordoba 'El Brujo'*
A2 Por Bocón
Written-By – Alexis Murillo
A3 Lamento Chocoano
Written-By – Miguel Vicente Garrido
A4 Falso Amor
Written-By – Richie Valdés*
B1 Vete
Written-By – Carlos Arroyo
B2 Cantando Y Sonando
Written-By – Richie Valdés*
B3 Amigo
Written-By – Antonio Medina
B4 Son Cepillao Con Minué
Written-By – Alfonso Cordoba 'El Brujo'*

Companies, etc.

  • Licensed From – Sonolux
  • Manufactured By – Sonotone Music Corp.
  • Distributed By – Sonotone Music Corp.
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Sonotone Music Corp.
  • Recorded At – H.N. Estudio

Credits

  • Arranged By – Israel Tanenbaum (tracks: B3)
  • Bass, Coro – Julio César Valdés Jr*
  • Bongos, Percussion – Welsare "Pata Sola" Aguilar
  • Co-producer – Israel Tanenbaum
  • Coro – John Lozano
  • Engineer – Antonio Rodríguez
  • Executive-Producer – Julio Segundo Villa
  • Guest, Bongos [Bongo-Quinto] – Denilson Ibarguen (tracks: A1)
  • Guest, Cello – Luisa Díaz Guevara
  • Guest, Coro [Coro Primera Voz] – Julio César "El Gringo" Valdés
  • Guest, Coro [Coro Segunda Voz] – Cesar "Lego" Mosquera
  • Guest, Piano, Synthesizer – Israel Tanenbaum
  • Guest, Trombone – Fernando Martínez*, Gustavo García*
  • Guest, Trumpet – Jorge Gaviria
  • Guest, Violin [Primer Violin] – Julio César Guevara
  • Guest, Violin [Segundo Violin] – Miguel Angel Guevara
  • Lead Vocals [Vocal Leader], Claves, Maracas, Coro – Richie Valdés*
  • Leader, Arranged By, Trombone, Guiro, Tres – Alexis Lozano
  • Liner Notes [Texto] – Hernando Benavidez Manjarrez
  • Lyrics By [Poema] – Hansel Camacho (tracks: A3)
  • Photography By – Rafael Zarate
  • Producer – Alexis Lozano
  • Timbales, Drums [Batería] – Willian "El Niño" Valdés
  • Trumpet – Francys Garcés, Jorge Gilkez
  • Vocals [Duo] – Alexis* (tracks: A3), Richie* (tracks: A3)

Notes

℗ 1987 Sonotone Music Corporation
Bajo licencia de Sonolux (Licensed from Sonolux [written on labels])
Grabado en H.N. Estudios-Bogotá
Mezcla San Juan-Puerto Rico

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Runout, Side A): SOX-5731-A MIAMI TAPE
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout, Side B): SOX-5731-B MIAMI TAPE

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
01 01506 Guayacán Orquesta Que La Sangre Alborota ‎(LP, Album) Sonolux 01 01506 Colombia 1987
PN-CDL-0000910-.7 Guayacán Orquesta Que La Sangre Alborota ‎(LP, Album) Candela PN-CDL-0000910-.7 Peru 1988
LPE - 26101 Guayacán Orquesta Guayacan Y Su Salsa ‎(LP, Album) Evesol LPE - 26101 Venezuela 1988