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Ibrahim Ferrer (Buena Vista Social Club Presents)

Ibrahim Ferrer

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When the Buena Vista Social Club album was released to great acclaim in 1997, it revived the careers of quite a few incredibly talented aging Cuban musicians. Like Ibrahim Ferrer, most of those musicians (who had been legendary in the '40s through the '70s) hadn't been performing professionally in decades. With the success of the Buena Vista Social Club, everything changed; they toured the globe, and plans for follow-up albums followed. Ibrahim Ferrer's was the second of what became a line of Buena Vista releases, all hoping to cash in on the success of the first. Ferrer's album is pleasant, the kind of album you could put on during brunch on a sunny morning. The album features many classic Cuban compositions. Original arrangers, musicians, and bandleaders were involved whenever possible. One standout is "Mami Me Gusto," a rolling upbeat tune by the legendary Cuban composer/bandleader Arsenio Rodriguez. On that tune Ferrer is lively and loose, and he is joined by Rodriguez's original pianist, the masterful Ruben Gonzales. The rest of the album is nice, but rarely as inspired or joyous as the original Buena Vista release. This is a much more romantic sounding album and on the right tunes, like "Aquellos Ojos Verdes," they really hit the mark; Ferrer shines and Gonzales sends glistening piano lines cascading down the keys. At age 63-plus, Ferrer was long overdue for a debut album, and as a result the disc communicates a feel of easy satisfaction. If you're looking for classy cocktail party music that will hold the attention of music fans, and won't bother the uninterested, look no further.
© David Lavin /TiVo

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1
Bruca Maniguá
00:04:44

Jorge Leal, Trombone - José Antonio Rodríguez, Backing Vocals - Pio Leyva, Backing Vocals - Ry Cooder, Producer, Electric Guitar - Jerry Boys, Mixer, Engineer, Mastering Engineer, Recording Engineer - Arsenio Rodriguez, Composer - Roberto Garcia, Bongo Drums, Percussion - Manuel Galban, Electric Guitar - Ruben Gonzalez, Piano - Ibrahim Ferrer, Vocals, MainArtist - Orlando 'Cachaíto' López, Bass Guitar - Amadito Valdes, Drums, Percussion - Manuel 'Puntillita' Licea, Backing Vocals - Carlos Gonzalez, Bongo Drums, Percussion - Alberto Valdès, Percussion - Lazaro Villa, Backing Vocals - Angel Terry Domech, Congas - Roy Avila Serrano, Cello - Alberto Munoz, Trombone - Braulio Hernández, Tenor Saxophone - Adrian Corzo González, Baritone Saxophone - Aleida Espinosa, Bass Guitar - Andrés Escalona Graña, Bass Guitar - Antonio Francisco Jiménez Sánchez, Tenor Saxophone - Arelis Zaldivar Copello, Cello - Carlo Montenegro Ruiz, Alto Saxophone - Ibrahim Ferrer Junior, Percussion - José Ramirez Nurque, Alto Saxophone

© 1999 World Circuit Limited, a BMG Company ℗ 1999 World Circuit Limited, a BMG Company

2
Herido de Sombras
00:04:11

Jorge Leal, Trombone - José Antonio Rodríguez, Backing Vocals - Pedro Vega, Composer - Pio Leyva, Backing Vocals - Ry Cooder, Producer, Electric Guitar - Jerry Boys, Mixer, Engineer, Mastering Engineer, Recording Engineer - Roberto Garcia, Bongo Drums, Percussion - Manuel Galban, Electric Guitar - Ruben Gonzalez, Piano - Ibrahim Ferrer, Vocals, MainArtist - Orlando 'Cachaíto' López, Bass Guitar - Amadito Valdes, Drums, Percussion - Manuel 'Puntillita' Licea, Backing Vocals - Carlos Gonzalez, Bongo Drums, Percussion - Alberto Valdès, Percussion - Lazaro Villa, Backing Vocals - Angel Terry Domech, Congas - Roy Avila Serrano, Cello - Alberto Munoz, Trombone - Braulio Hernández, Tenor Saxophone - Pedro Vega Francia, Composer - Adrian Corzo González, Baritone Saxophone - Aleida Espinosa, Bass Guitar - Andrés Escalona Graña, Bass Guitar - Antonio Francisco Jiménez Sánchez, Tenor Saxophone - Arelis Zaldivar Copello, Cello - Carlo Montenegro Ruiz, Alto Saxophone - Ibrahim Ferrer Junior, Percussion - José Ramirez Nurque, Alto Saxophone

© 1999 World Circuit Limited, a BMG Company ℗ 1999 World Circuit Limited, a BMG Company

3
Marieta
00:05:55

Jorge Leal, Trombone - José Antonio Rodríguez, Backing Vocals - Pio Leyva, Backing Vocals - Ry Cooder, Producer, Electric Guitar - Jerry Boys, Mixer, Engineer, Mastering Engineer, Recording Engineer - Roberto Garcia, Bongo Drums, Percussion - Manuel Galban, Electric Guitar - Ruben Gonzalez, Piano - Ibrahim Ferrer, Vocals, MainArtist - Faustino Oramas, Composer - Orlando 'Cachaíto' López, Bass Guitar - Amadito Valdes, Drums, Percussion - Manuel 'Puntillita' Licea, Backing Vocals - Carlos Gonzalez, Bongo Drums, Percussion - Alberto Valdès, Percussion - Lazaro Villa, Backing Vocals - Angel Terry Domech, Congas - Roy Avila Serrano, Cello - Alberto Munoz, Trombone - Braulio Hernández, Tenor Saxophone - Adrian Corzo González, Baritone Saxophone - Aleida Espinosa, Bass Guitar - Andrés Escalona Graña, Bass Guitar - Antonio Francisco Jiménez Sánchez, Tenor Saxophone - Arelis Zaldivar Copello, Cello - Carlo Montenegro Ruiz, Alto Saxophone - Ibrahim Ferrer Junior, Percussion - José Ramirez Nurque, Alto Saxophone

© 1999 World Circuit Limited, a BMG Company ℗ 1999 World Circuit Limited, a BMG Company

4
Guateque Campesino
00:05:09

Jorge Leal, Trombone - José Antonio Rodríguez, Backing Vocals - Pio Leyva, Backing Vocals - Ry Cooder, Producer, Electric Guitar - Jerry Boys, Mixer, Engineer, Mastering Engineer, Recording Engineer - Roberto Garcia, Bongo Drums, Percussion - Manuel Galban, Electric Guitar - Ruben Gonzalez, Piano - Ibrahim Ferrer, Vocals, MainArtist - Orlando 'Cachaíto' López, Bass Guitar - Amadito Valdes, Drums, Percussion - Manuel 'Puntillita' Licea, Backing Vocals - Carlos Gonzalez, Bongo Drums, Percussion - Alberto Valdès, Percussion - Lazaro Villa, Backing Vocals - Celia Romero, Composer - Angel Terry Domech, Congas - Roy Avila Serrano, Cello - Alberto Munoz, Trombone - Braulio Hernández, Tenor Saxophone - Adrian Corzo González, Baritone Saxophone - Aleida Espinosa, Bass Guitar - Andrés Escalona Graña, Bass Guitar - Antonio Francisco Jiménez Sánchez, Tenor Saxophone - Arelis Zaldivar Copello, Cello - Carlo Montenegro Ruiz, Alto Saxophone - Ibrahim Ferrer Junior, Percussion - José Ramirez Nurque, Alto Saxophone

© 1999 World Circuit Limited, a BMG Company ℗ 1999 World Circuit Limited, a BMG Company

5
Mamí Me Gustó
00:05:04

Jorge Leal, Trombone - José Antonio Rodríguez, Backing Vocals - Pio Leyva, Backing Vocals - Ry Cooder, Producer, Electric Guitar - Jerry Boys, Mixer, Engineer, Mastering Engineer, Recording Engineer - Roberto Garcia, Bongo Drums, Percussion - Manuel Galban, Electric Guitar - Ruben Gonzalez, Piano - Ibrahim Ferrer, Vocals, MainArtist - Orlando 'Cachaíto' López, Bass Guitar - Amadito Valdes, Drums, Percussion - Manuel 'Puntillita' Licea, Backing Vocals - Carlos Gonzalez, Bongo Drums, Percussion - Luis Grinan, Composer - Alberto Valdès, Percussion - Lazaro Villa, Backing Vocals - Angel Terry Domech, Congas - Roy Avila Serrano, Cello - Alberto Munoz, Trombone - Braulio Hernández, Tenor Saxophone - Adrian Corzo González, Baritone Saxophone - Aleida Espinosa, Bass Guitar - Andrés Escalona Graña, Bass Guitar - Antonio Francisco Jiménez Sánchez, Tenor Saxophone - Arelis Zaldivar Copello, Cello - Carlo Montenegro Ruiz, Alto Saxophone - Ibrahim Ferrer Junior, Percussion - José Ramirez Nurque, Alto Saxophone

© 1999 World Circuit Limited, a BMG Company ℗ 1999 World Circuit Limited, a BMG Company

6
Nuestra Ultima Cita
00:03:56

Jorge Leal, Trombone - José Antonio Rodríguez, Backing Vocals - Pio Leyva, Backing Vocals - Ry Cooder, Producer, Electric Guitar - Jerry Boys, Mixer, Engineer, Mastering Engineer, Recording Engineer - Roberto Garcia, Bongo Drums, Percussion - Manuel Galban, Electric Guitar - Ruben Gonzalez, Piano - Ibrahim Ferrer, Vocals, MainArtist - Orlando 'Cachaíto' López, Bass Guitar - Amadito Valdes, Drums, Percussion - Manuel 'Puntillita' Licea, Backing Vocals - Carlos Gonzalez, Bongo Drums, Percussion - Alberto Valdès, Percussion - Armando Medina, Composer - Lazaro Villa, Backing Vocals - Angel Terry Domech, Congas - Roy Avila Serrano, Cello - Alberto Munoz, Trombone - Braulio Hernández, Tenor Saxophone - Adrian Corzo González, Baritone Saxophone - Aleida Espinosa, Bass Guitar - Andrés Escalona Graña, Bass Guitar - Antonio Francisco Jiménez Sánchez, Tenor Saxophone - Arelis Zaldivar Copello, Cello - Carlo Montenegro Ruiz, Alto Saxophone - Ibrahim Ferrer Junior, Percussion - José Ramirez Nurque, Alto Saxophone - Esta Ferrero, Composer

© 1999 World Circuit Limited, a BMG Company ℗ 1999 World Circuit Limited, a BMG Company

7
Cienfuegos Tiene Su Guaguancó
00:05:22

Jorge Leal, Trombone - José Antonio Rodríguez, Backing Vocals - Pio Leyva, Backing Vocals - Ry Cooder, Producer, Electric Guitar - Jerry Boys, Mixer, Engineer, Mastering Engineer, Recording Engineer - Roberto Garcia, Bongo Drums, Percussion - Manuel Galban, Electric Guitar - Ruben Gonzalez, Piano - Ibrahim Ferrer, Vocals, MainArtist - Orlando 'Cachaíto' López, Bass Guitar - Amadito Valdes, Drums, Percussion - Manuel 'Puntillita' Licea, Backing Vocals - Carlos Gonzalez, Bongo Drums, Percussion - Alberto Valdès, Percussion - Victor Lay, Composer - Lazaro Villa, Backing Vocals - Angel Terry Domech, Congas - Roy Avila Serrano, Cello - Alberto Munoz, Trombone - Braulio Hernández, Tenor Saxophone - Adrian Corzo González, Baritone Saxophone - Aleida Espinosa, Bass Guitar - Andrés Escalona Graña, Bass Guitar - Antonio Francisco Jiménez Sánchez, Tenor Saxophone - Arelis Zaldivar Copello, Cello - Carlo Montenegro Ruiz, Alto Saxophone - Ibrahim Ferrer Junior, Percussion - José Ramirez Nurque, Alto Saxophone

© 1999 World Circuit Limited, a BMG Company ℗ 1999 World Circuit Limited, a BMG Company

8
Silencio
00:04:38

Jorge Leal, Trombone - José Antonio Rodríguez, Backing Vocals - Rafael Hernandez, Composer - Pio Leyva, Backing Vocals - Ry Cooder, Producer, Electric Guitar - Jerry Boys, Mixer, Engineer, Mastering Engineer, Recording Engineer - Omara Portuondo, Vocals, MainArtist - Roberto Garcia, Bongo Drums, Percussion - Manuel Galban, Electric Guitar - Ruben Gonzalez, Piano - Ibrahim Ferrer, Vocals, MainArtist - Orlando 'Cachaíto' López, Bass Guitar - Amadito Valdes, Drums, Percussion - Manuel 'Puntillita' Licea, Backing Vocals - Carlos Gonzalez, Bongo Drums, Percussion - Alberto Valdès, Percussion - Lazaro Villa, Backing Vocals - Angel Terry Domech, Congas - Roy Avila Serrano, Cello - Alberto Munoz, Trombone - Braulio Hernández, Tenor Saxophone - Adrian Corzo González, Baritone Saxophone - Aleida Espinosa, Bass Guitar - Andrés Escalona Graña, Bass Guitar - Antonio Francisco Jiménez Sánchez, Tenor Saxophone - Arelis Zaldivar Copello, Cello - Carlo Montenegro Ruiz, Alto Saxophone - Ibrahim Ferrer Junior, Percussion - José Ramirez Nurque, Alto Saxophone

© 1999 World Circuit Limited, a BMG Company ℗ 1999 World Circuit Limited, a BMG Company

9
Aquellos Ojos Verdes
00:04:54

Jorge Leal, Trombone - José Antonio Rodríguez, Backing Vocals - Pio Leyva, Backing Vocals - Ry Cooder, Producer, Electric Guitar - Jerry Boys, Mixer, Engineer, Mastering Engineer, Recording Engineer - Roberto Garcia, Bongo Drums, Percussion - Manuel Galban, Electric Guitar - Ruben Gonzalez, Piano - Ibrahim Ferrer, Vocals, MainArtist - Orlando 'Cachaíto' López, Bass Guitar - Amadito Valdes, Drums, Percussion - Manuel 'Puntillita' Licea, Backing Vocals - Carlos Gonzalez, Bongo Drums, Percussion - Nilo Menendez, Composer - Adolfo Utrera, Composer - Alberto Valdès, Percussion - Lazaro Villa, Backing Vocals - Angel Terry Domech, Congas - Roy Avila Serrano, Cello - Alberto Munoz, Trombone - Braulio Hernández, Tenor Saxophone - Adrian Corzo González, Baritone Saxophone - Aleida Espinosa, Bass Guitar - Andrés Escalona Graña, Bass Guitar - Antonio Francisco Jiménez Sánchez, Tenor Saxophone - Arelis Zaldivar Copello, Cello - Carlo Montenegro Ruiz, Alto Saxophone - Ibrahim Ferrer Junior, Percussion - José Ramirez Nurque, Alto Saxophone - Adolfo Uterea, Composer

© 1999 World Circuit Limited, a BMG Company ℗ 1999 World Circuit Limited, a BMG Company

10
Qué Bueno Baila Usted
00:04:39

Jorge Leal, Trombone - José Antonio Rodríguez, Backing Vocals - Pio Leyva, Backing Vocals - Benny Moré, Composer - Ry Cooder, Producer, Electric Guitar - Jerry Boys, Mixer, Engineer, Mastering Engineer, Recording Engineer - Roberto Garcia, Bongo Drums, Percussion - Manuel Galban, Electric Guitar - Ruben Gonzalez, Piano - Ibrahim Ferrer, Vocals, MainArtist - Orlando 'Cachaíto' López, Bass Guitar - Amadito Valdes, Drums, Percussion - Manuel 'Puntillita' Licea, Backing Vocals - Carlos Gonzalez, Bongo Drums, Percussion - Alberto Valdès, Percussion - Lazaro Villa, Backing Vocals - Angel Terry Domech, Congas - Roy Avila Serrano, Cello - Alberto Munoz, Trombone - Braulio Hernández, Tenor Saxophone - Adrian Corzo González, Baritone Saxophone - Aleida Espinosa, Bass Guitar - Andrés Escalona Graña, Bass Guitar - Antonio Francisco Jiménez Sánchez, Tenor Saxophone - Arelis Zaldivar Copello, Cello - Carlo Montenegro Ruiz, Alto Saxophone - Ibrahim Ferrer Junior, Percussion - José Ramirez Nurque, Alto Saxophone

© 1999 World Circuit Limited, a BMG Company ℗ 1999 World Circuit Limited, a BMG Company

11
Como Fue
00:03:33

Jorge Leal, Trombone - José Antonio Rodríguez, Backing Vocals - Pio Leyva, Backing Vocals - Ry Cooder, Producer, Electric Guitar - Jerry Boys, Mixer, Engineer, Mastering Engineer, Recording Engineer - Roberto Garcia, Bongo Drums, Percussion - Manuel Galban, Electric Guitar - Ruben Gonzalez, Piano - Ibrahim Ferrer, Vocals, MainArtist - Orlando 'Cachaíto' López, Bass Guitar - Amadito Valdes, Drums, Percussion - Manuel 'Puntillita' Licea, Backing Vocals - Ernesto Duarte, Composer - Carlos Gonzalez, Bongo Drums, Percussion - Alberto Valdès, Percussion - Lazaro Villa, Backing Vocals - Angel Terry Domech, Congas - Roy Avila Serrano, Cello - Alberto Munoz, Trombone - Braulio Hernández, Tenor Saxophone - Adrian Corzo González, Baritone Saxophone - Aleida Espinosa, Bass Guitar - Andrés Escalona Graña, Bass Guitar - Antonio Francisco Jiménez Sánchez, Tenor Saxophone - Arelis Zaldivar Copello, Cello - Carlo Montenegro Ruiz, Alto Saxophone - Ibrahim Ferrer Junior, Percussion - José Ramirez Nurque, Alto Saxophone

© 1999 World Circuit Limited, a BMG Company ℗ 1999 World Circuit Limited, a BMG Company

Descriptif de l'album

When the Buena Vista Social Club album was released to great acclaim in 1997, it revived the careers of quite a few incredibly talented aging Cuban musicians. Like Ibrahim Ferrer, most of those musicians (who had been legendary in the '40s through the '70s) hadn't been performing professionally in decades. With the success of the Buena Vista Social Club, everything changed; they toured the globe, and plans for follow-up albums followed. Ibrahim Ferrer's was the second of what became a line of Buena Vista releases, all hoping to cash in on the success of the first. Ferrer's album is pleasant, the kind of album you could put on during brunch on a sunny morning. The album features many classic Cuban compositions. Original arrangers, musicians, and bandleaders were involved whenever possible. One standout is "Mami Me Gusto," a rolling upbeat tune by the legendary Cuban composer/bandleader Arsenio Rodriguez. On that tune Ferrer is lively and loose, and he is joined by Rodriguez's original pianist, the masterful Ruben Gonzales. The rest of the album is nice, but rarely as inspired or joyous as the original Buena Vista release. This is a much more romantic sounding album and on the right tunes, like "Aquellos Ojos Verdes," they really hit the mark; Ferrer shines and Gonzales sends glistening piano lines cascading down the keys. At age 63-plus, Ferrer was long overdue for a debut album, and as a result the disc communicates a feel of easy satisfaction. If you're looking for classy cocktail party music that will hold the attention of music fans, and won't bother the uninterested, look no further.
© David Lavin /TiVo

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