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- Sello: Montuno
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Ritmo Sonido Estilo (II) [Vinyl LP] Importación
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Formato: Vinilo LP álbum.1983 lanzamiento en los Registros Montuno etiquetar EE.UU.. Manny Oquendo y el quinto lanzamiento de Libre LP 'Ritmo, Sonido y Estilo' es considerado uno de los más fuertes. Jamming duro DESCARGAS, Arreglos prgressive y musicalidad de espíritu. cada pista un show-tapón particularmente la portada de Arsenio Rodríguez Llora Timbero. 6 canciones, incluyendo: Que Humanidad, Elena, Elena, Bailala Pronto, Estoy Como Nunca, Little Sunflower, Llora Timbero.
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It's fairly easy listening, as well as highly danceable and intense at the same time.
This album's content is also very varied, ranging from Puerto-Rican Plena rhythm , to instrumental Latin-Jazz , to different style of Cuban rhythms.
Song  is a Charanga-rhythmed tune with an OVERWHELMING Mambo treatment on the arrangements, and the last song is a Guaguancó/Rumba, which then turns into a BURNING-HOT Latin-Jam Session finishing the album IN REAL BEAUTY, all with a STRONG Puerto-Rican New-York salsa feel, of course!
This band has always been famous since it's beginnings in 1976 for adopting a `Trombanga' sound (Trombone salsa band) like the Mon Rivera's, Eddie Palmieri's, and Willie Colón's used to do between the early and mid-60's...
Here you have 4 TOP-NOTCH players on Trombones, with Angel `Papo' Vázquez as a guest on the last tune. Some of the musical passages that go on between the first 4, along with Dave Valentine's Flute make it up for a MINDBLOWING musicality that WILL GUARANTEE TO BLOW YOU AWAY!!!
The shortest song here is 5:50 mins, and the tunes have a lot of musical variation within them, changing slightly the choruses, with PURE TOP-CLASS musical instrumental passages, and ALL types of solos!
Precisely, by calling themselves `Libre' (free), one of the philosophies of this band was to be able to express themselves freely through all sorts of instrumental musical passages and solos...
The opener, Qué Humanídad, a famous Cuban song, includes here some of THE BEST vocals that I've EVER heard from Hermán Olivera!
The song talks about how humans are in general, from people's envy, to general curiosity, to getting involved with your life, to criticising you, to treating you for convenience and etc!...
Musically, it starts rather tamed and fairly smooth, but check out, bit by bit, how the intensity and the WONDERFUL Trombone arrangements with Valentine's flute build up around the middle of the tune until it gets back to its original chorus with Hermán wrapping it all up IN BEAUTY. GREAT STUFF!...
`Pupi Cantor' Torres now takes over the lead vocals on the album, and Elena,Elena, in the Puerto-Rican Plena rhythm, is an awesome, intense and powerful song that features a rich, fat, heavy Trombone arrangements section with the great Jimmy Bosch soloing (also on Trombone) over it! Wow! What a rhythm and what a DANCEABLE tune it is!...
A HIGH POINT on this Cd which will SURELY excite you and ATTACK ALL your senses!...
Báilala Pronto is a Charanga-rhythmed tune (faster than a Cha-Cha-Chá) that includes, ONCE AGAIN, some of the best musical Trombone horn arrangements that I have ever heard of with Dave Valentin doing a GREAT job on Flute throughout the whole of the tune! What a GREAT musical passage, I must say!... As good as it gets!...
Estóy Como Núnca, written by Don Raymat, is a wonderful interpretation of that tune which was the title track from Tito Rodríguez's 1968 recording which included a version of Bilongo [La negra Tomasa] and El agua de Belén with a young Manny Oquendo, as well. I cannot compare the versions, but I can tell you that this one, which is twice longer is TOP TOP-NOTCH!...
Freddie Hubbard's Little Sunflower, in the Latin-Jazz vein is a CLASSY tune, with a fine and catchy Andy González Bass intro opening, a WONDERFUL Trombone introduction and ending with a very relaxed and laid back swing all the way through, and loads of GREAT Jazzy solos!
Check out the smooth and subtle Jazzy Trumpet solo by Jerry González (Andy's brother), and the pretty good Jazzy Piano solo by Joe Manozzi (who was the Trumpetist for Tipica 73's first 3 albums, then Los Kimbos, as well as doing both with Frankie Dante's Orquesta Flamboyan...)
Would you believe that this tune ALSO contains a SEASHELL solo by Steve Turre!? UNIQUE!...
Arsenio Rodríguez's Llora Timbero [Unión De Réyes] is a STUNNING tune, starting very promisingly in the Afro-Cuban Conga-Drum rhythm of Guaguancó with `Pupi Cantor' singing over it with few Piano riffs at times, and then, believe me, the tune does build up to a SUCH a HARDCORE Rumba (faster paced Son with the Conga-Drums still accompanying in the form of improvisation) with AGAIN, LOADS of solos, and Manny Oquendo's most fiery Timbale solo from the album.
I must also give full credits to `Pupi Cantor' Torres for a GREAT and VERY CHARACTERFUL performance on vocals throughout the whole album!!
With a total play-time of 43:19 mins, this is DEFINITELY GREAT value for money!
The only tune some of you may not like is the Latin-Jazz, but for the rest, I wouldn't be worried... Even that tune for me, is MORE than good enough!...
(In other words, GET THIS CD while you can!!...)
Manny Oquendo: Leader, timbales, bongo, guiro, coro, arranger, producer and mixing.
Andy Gonzalez: Musical director, bass, claves, coro, arranger, producer and mixing.
Jerry Gonzalez: Congas, trumpet, flugelhorn
Joe Mannozzi: Piano
Dan Reagan: Trombone, arranger 
Jimmy Bosch: Trombone, coro
Steve Turre: Trombone, arranger 
Reynaldo Jorge: Trombone
Dave Valentin: Flute, coro
Robert Zayas: Stage manager, percussion
Tony (Pupy Cantor) Torres: Lead vocal, coro
Herman Olivera: Lead vocal on "Qué Humanidad", coro
Milton Cardona: Coro
Rafael `Felo' Barrio: Coro
Oscar Hernandez: Piano on "Llora Timbero"
Angel `Papo' Vazquez: Trombone on "Llora Timbero".
Louie Cruz: Arrangements 
Marty Sheller: Arrangements 
1. Que Humanidad
2. Elena, Elena
3. Bailala Pronto
4. Estoy Como Nunca
5. Little Sunflower
6. Llora Timbero