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Together - Ray Barretto - Que Viva La Musica (CD)

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  1. This is the pinnacle of Ray Barretto on Fania Records, the great New York salsa label founded by Johnny Pacheco. A lot of people were profoundly affected by "Que Viva la Musica" and it stands as one of Ray Barretto's most "rounded" salsa recordings.5/5(4).
  2. Que Viva La Música Ray Barretto. Released December 31, Album Credits. Trumpet 1 By Roberto Rodríguez. Painting [Cover] Walter Vélez. Bass By David Pérez. Art Direction By Izzy paymangbowestwebdobulocsiralarri.xyzinfog: Together.
  3. Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Ray Barretto - Together at Discogs. Complete your Ray Barretto collection.
  4. Nov 27,  · Ray Barretto - Together from the album Together Fania Records If you like the music, please support the artists by buying it!
  5. With Willie Rodríguez Heat Wave (mids), with Ray Barretto Latino Con Soul (), Acid (), with Willie RosarioBoogaloo & Guaguanco (), with Barretto Hard Hands (), Together (), Power (), The Message (), Que Viva La Musica (), with Típica 73 Típica 73 (), Típica 73 (), with Típica 73 La Candela (
  6. Together 8. Right On 9. Acid Abidjan Power The Other Road Lucretia The Cat Cocinando Arrepientete. Ray Barretto - Que Viva La Musica - Double CD Kundenrezensionen. 3,3 von 5 Sternen. 3,3 von 5. 5 Sternebewertungen. 5 Sterne 25%.
  7. In Barretto's Que viva la música was released. "Cocinando," a track from the album, opened the soundtrack of the Fania All Stars film Our Latin Thing in which Barretto had a role. In , Barretto recorded the album Indestructible, in which he played "La familia", a song written by José Curbelo in and recorded by the sonero Carlos Argentino with the Cuban band Sonora Matancera.
  8. Que Viva La Musica Ray Barretto Format: Audio CD. out of 5 stars 9 ratings. Together and Hard Hands as you would from Barretto's latter day efforts which had nowhere the impact and to these ears sound like more standard fare salsa. In fact the first cd is the one with the different rhythms etc but they neglected some incredible 3/5(9).

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