Various Featuring Celia Cruz, Mercedes Váldes, Coro Yoruba, Tambores De Batá – - Santero - Afro-Cuban Cult Music FLAC album
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Various Featuring Celia Cruz, Mercedes Váldes, Coro Yoruba, Tambores De Batá – – Santero - Afro-Cuban Cult Music. Label: Panart – LP-2060. Format: Vinyl, LP, Compilation.
referencing Santero (Afro-Cuban Cult Music), LP, Album, Mono, LP-2060. These ARE NOT your typical Latin dancing tracks. These are various chants accompanied with conga and bata drumming techniques preformed during religious ceremonies worshiping the various deities of the Afro-Cuba Yoruba based belief system known as Santeria. Reply Notify me Helpful. Marketplace 15 For Sale from €. 0.
Date of released: 1957 Category: Latin Style: Guaguancó, Rumba. Related Music albums to Santero - Afro Cult Music by Various.
Playing tracks by. Celia Cruz, Mercedes Valdes, Coro Yoruba, Tambores de Batá, and others. In the 1950s there was an increased infusion of Lucumí ritual styles and subject matter into the Cuban popular music mainstream. One important event was the release of an LP called Santero, which featured batá drummers from the Havana area and such popular singers as Mercedes Valdes, Celia Cruz and others, all singing in Lucumí. Celia Cruz and Gina Martin also recorded songs in conjunto format that were homages to different orisha. Featuring Celia Cruz, Mercedes Valdes, Coro Yoruba, Tambores de Batá, and others.
Afro-Cuban culture to exemplify the African heritage (especially Yoruba) of Cuban music First recordings and rise to fame. Valdés made her first recordings of Santería music in April 1949 for Victor. Coro Yoruba y Tambores Batá, an ensemble directed by batá drummer Jesús Pérez and featuring other drummers such as Virgilio Ramírez, Trinidad Torregrosa and Carlos Aldama, as well as other singers: Celia Cruz, Caridad Suárez and Eugenio de la Rosa. They recorded several songs for Panart, appearing in the 1954 LP Santero. She also recorded two EPs for SMC (New York City's Spanish Music Center): Cantos oriundos lucumí (Vols.
Under the aegis of ethnomusicologists Fernando Ortiz and Obdulio Morales, Valdés helped popularize Afro-Cuban music throughout Latin America. In 1949, she became one of the first female Santería singers to be recorded. Her debut album was released at the start of the 1960s, when the Cuban government nationalized the record industry
Babalu Aye. A3 –Mercedes Valdés Yemaya. Various Featuring Celia Cruz, Mercedes Váldes, Coro Yoruba, Tambores De Batá - Santero - Afro Cult Music (LP, Album, Mono, Hig). Various Featuring Celia Cruz, Mercedes Váldes, Coro Yoruba, Tambores De Batá. Santero (LP, Album, Mono). Various Featuring Various Featuring Celia. Celia Cruz, Mercedes Cruz, Mercedes Váldes, Váldes, Coro.
Babalu Aye. A4 –Mercedes Valdés Ochun. A5 –Mercedes Valdés Obatala. A6 –Mercedes Valdés Elegia. B1 –Caridad Suarez Ogun. Santero (LP, Album, Mono) Panart LP-2060 Cuba. Celia Cruz, Cruz, Mercedes Váldes
A1 Chango A2 Obatala B Yemaya. Produced For – Cubartimpex. Tambores batá de Jesús Pérez. Matrix, Runout (Side A, Etched Runout): EPA-1045 A-2S-Matrix, Runout (Side B, Etched Runout): EPA-1045 B-2S
Продавец: Интернет-магазин Lamoda. Адрес: Россия, Москва, Маршала Жукова, 1, 1. ОГРН: 5107746007628
|B3||Prayers To (a) Obatala (b) Yemayá|
|B4||Prayers To (a) Changó (b) Ochún|
|B5||Cabildo De Ollá|
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