Alfredo Rodriguez con Patato y Totico Sonido Solido (1983, TR Records) Canta Luis Ayala. Piano: Alfredo Rodriguez Bass: Andy Gonzalez Flute: Carla Poole Violins: Gayle Dixon & Eddie Drennon Timbales: Charlie Santiago Congas: Carlos (PATATO) Valdez Bongo: Rene Lopez, Jr. Trumpet: Jose (Chichi) Trapega Vocals & Coro: Eugenio Arrando (TOTICO), Luis Ayala, Ronnie Baro, y Rafael (FELO) Barrio. This publication is intended only for entertainment and to disseminate, promote and preserve our Latin culture and has no commercial interest
Think of it as a proto-salsa jam session: the foundation is clearly Afro-Cuban rumba (thanks to the wonderful contributions of Totico and Patato), but with accompaniment of flute, trumpet and violin and a delightfully impromptu feeling.
Think of it as a proto-salsa jam session: the foundation is clearly Afro-Cuban rumba (thanks to the wonderful contributions of Totico and Patato), but with accompaniment of flute, trumpet and violin and a delightfully impromptu feeling. 1 Monsiew Jose Alfredo Rodriguez 5:29. 2 Quimbombo Con Salsa Alfredo Rodriguez 5:11. 3 El Yerbero Alfredo Rodriguez 4:56. 4 Deicelo Patato Alfredo Rodriguez 6:47. 5 Para Africa Traigo Mi Son Alfredo Rodriguez 7:31. Listen Now About Slacker Radio On Your Phone At Home In the.
Dicelo Patato - Patato, Totico. 5. Para Africa Traigo Mi Son - Patato, Totico. Listen to Sonido Solido now. Listen to Sonido Solido in full in the this site app. Play on this site.
Sonido Solido is a English album released on Nov 2007. Sonido Solido Album has 5 songs sung by Alfredo Rodriguez, Patato, Totico. Listen to all songs in high quality & download Sonido Solido songs on Gaana. attr("src", $('. de tp. d t img img').
Album · 1995 · 5 Songs. Para Africa Traigo Mi Son. 7:32. Released: May 26, 1995. 2006 Pimienta Records.
Carlos Valdés (November 4, 1926 – December 4, 2007), better known as Patato, was a Cuban-born American conga player. In 1954 he emigrated from La Habana to New York City where he continued his prolific career as a sideman for several jazz and Latin music ensembles, and occasionally as a bandleader. He invented and patented the tunable conga drum which revolutionized the use of the instrument in the US. Tito Puente once called him "the greatest conguero alive today".