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Buenos Hermanos

Ibrahim Ferrer

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Ibrahim Ferrer, the "official" lead vocalist of Buena Vista Social Club, and producer Ry Cooder take numerous chances and many labyrinthine journeys (guaranteed to piss off all of the purists) on their third collaboration for the World Circuit/Nonesuch label, yet manage to come up with the most beautiful fruit of their collaborative efforts to date. The pair took tons of chances, recording both in Havana and in Los Angeles and bringing in not only additional musicians among Cuba's top session players -- such as guitarist and keyboardist Manuel Galban, Orlando "Cachaito" Lopez on bass, and Miguel Diaz on congas, to name three of more than a dozen -- but also adding Jim Keltner to the drum mix, along with Cooder's son, Joachim, who handles these chores on every track. Keltner, the younger Cooder, Ry, and Galban also play together on a few tracks. But add to this already eclectic mix master Cuban pianist Chucho Valdes and vanguard textural trumpeter Jon Hassell as well as the Blind Boys of Alabama on one cut and you have a recording that is at once celebratory, charming, eclectic, and, well, brilliant. Ferrer's talents as a vocalist transcend all boundaries and musical types, yet he makes every song a Cuban song, one rooted in the earthy spirit of his native Havana. "Perfume de Gardenias" has the Blind Boys replacing Ferrer's regular Cuban chorus of backing vocalists and features the great saxophonist Gil Bernal as well as Galban on a wonderfully understated yet commandingly melodic piano. The track lies in the seam, where the Blind Boys add a more restrained and rounded backing to Ferrer's pricelessly gorgeous croon; Bernal and Galban move this folky ballad into the realms of a jazz/pop tune, and it still comes off as a firmly Cuban song, rooted in the heat, the rhythm, and the passion of everyday life in Havana. "Mil Congojas," which follows immediately, features the band backed by a string orchestra. Ferrer feeds off the atmospherics and allows his voice to literally drip from his throat and enter the mix as if he were singing to the angels. In addition, coming off these two ballads, so silky and gorgeous, is "Hay Que Entrale a Palo a Ese," a steaming son with a large percussion section shoring up the backing chorus and Ferrer using a rapid-fire delivery to add to the rhythmic intensity of the track. In addition, there is Valdes' "Boliviana," a folky love song rooted in the traditional melodies of Cuban Indios and extrapolated to fit a more contemporary Afro-Cuban musical framework -- Abdullah Ibrahim himself could have composed the music here, so saturated in South African melodic and harmonic structures it is, with Valdes' sense of blurred, elongated time signatures and shifting rhythmic patterns. Hassell's trumpet adds a wonderfully simplistic element to the female backing chorus and Ferrer pours his heart into every crack and crevice of the song, splitting it wide open and letting its longing show through. The record closes with a burner, "Oy el Consejo," once again a traditional call-and-response son tuned into an intensely rhythmic polysyllabic poem via Ferrer's no-holds-barred vocal. In sum, this album reveals what is truly possible when musicians of other cultures get together to serve the music, not individual talents. And though Ferrer proves himself yet again to be one of the world's greatest treasures as a singer, he is always loyal to Cuba, ever the slave of the rhythm, ever the angel of the song itself.
© Thom Jurek /TiVo

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1
Boquiñeñe
00:03:33

Ry Cooder, Producer, Electric Guitar - Jerry Boys, Mixer, Mastering Engineer, Recording Engineer - JOACHIM COODER, Percussion - Tom Leader, Mastering Engineer - Manuel Galban, Electric Guitar - Miguel "Anga" Diaz, Congas - Carla Commagere, Musicians - Juliette Commagere, Musicians - Ibrahim Ferrer, Composer, Vocals, MainArtist - Orlando 'Cachaíto' López, Bass Guitar, Bass - Manuel Denis, Musicians - Alberto "Virgilio" Valdes, Musicians - Alejandro Pichardo, Trumpet - Pepe Maza, Musicians

© 2003 World Circuit Limited, a BMG Company ℗ 2013 World Circuit Limited, a BMG Company

2
Buenos hermanos
00:04:34

José Antonio Rodríguez, Musicians - Ry Cooder, Producer, Electric Guitar - Jerry Boys, Mixer, Mastering Engineer, Recording Engineer - Miguel Matamoros, Composer - JOACHIM COODER, Percussion - Tom Leader, Mastering Engineer - Manuel Galban, Organ - Miguel "Anga" Diaz, Percussion - Gregorio Hernandez Rios "Goyo", Musicians - Ibrahim Ferrer, Vocals, MainArtist - Orlando 'Cachaíto' López, Bass Guitar, Bass - Amadito Valdes, Percussion - Roberto Fonseca, Piano - Miguel Matamaros, Composer - Manuel Denis, Musicians - Alberto "Virgilio" Valdes, Musicians - Pepe Maza, Musicians - Gill Bernal, Tenor Saxophone - Mario Villalta, Musicians

© 2003 World Circuit Limited, a BMG Company ℗ 2013 World Circuit Limited, a BMG Company

3
La música cubana
00:05:09

Jim Keltner, Drums - Ry Cooder, Producer - Jerry Boys, Mixer, Mastering Engineer, Recording Engineer - Chucho Valdes, Composer, Piano - JOACHIM COODER, Percussion - Tom Leader, Mastering Engineer - Manuel Galban, Electric Guitar - Miguel "Anga" Diaz, Percussion - Carla Commagere, Musicians - Juliette Commagere, Musicians - Ibrahim Ferrer, Composer, Vocals, MainArtist - Orlando 'Cachaíto' López, Bass Guitar, Bass - Amadito Valdes, Percussion - Demetrio Muñiz, Composer - Alfred Thompson, Tenor Saxophone - Manuel Denis, Musicians - Alejandro Pichardo, Trumpet - Pepe Maza, Musicians - Manuel "Guajiro" Mirabal, Trumpet - Rafael "Jimmy" Jenks, Tenor Saxophone

© 2003 World Circuit Limited, a BMG Company ℗ 2013 World Circuit Limited, a BMG Company

4
Guaguancó callejero
00:04:34

Jim Keltner, Drums - Ry Cooder, Producer, Electric Guitar - Jerry Boys, Mixer, Mastering Engineer, Recording Engineer - JOACHIM COODER, Percussion - Tom Leader, Mastering Engineer - Manuel Galban, Piano - Ibrahim Ferrer, Vocals, MainArtist - Orlando 'Cachaíto' López, Bass Guitar, Bass - Demetrio Muñiz, Musicians - Bernardo Garcia, Percussion - Ignacio Piniero, Composer - Manuel Denis, Musicians - Pepe Maza, Musicians - Manuel "Guajiro" Mirabal, Trumpet

© 2003 World Circuit Limited, a BMG Company ℗ 2013 World Circuit Limited, a BMG Company

5
Naufragio
00:03:49

Ry Cooder, Producer - AGUSTIN LARA, Composer - Jerry Boys, Mixer, Mastering Engineer, Recording Engineer - JOACHIM COODER, Percussion - Flaco Jiminez, Accordion - Tom Leader, Mastering Engineer - Manuel Galban, Piano - Miguel "Anga" Diaz, Percussion - Ibrahim Ferrer, Vocals, MainArtist - Orlando 'Cachaíto' López, Bass Guitar, Bass - Alberto "Virgilio" Valdes, Percussion

© 2003 World Circuit Limited, a BMG Company ℗ 2013 World Circuit Limited, a BMG Company

6
Como el arrullo de palma
00:03:59

Jim Keltner, Drums - Ry Cooder, Producer, Acoustic Guitar - Jerry Boys, Mixer, Mastering Engineer, Recording Engineer - JOACHIM COODER, Percussion - Ernesto Lecuona, Composer - Flaco Jiminez, Accordion - Tom Leader, Mastering Engineer - Manuel Galban, Organ, Piano - Carla Commagere, Musicians - Juliette Commagere, Musicians - Ibrahim Ferrer, Vocals, MainArtist - Orlando 'Cachaíto' López, Bass Guitar, Bass - Amadito Valdes, Percussion - Casado Ernesto Lecouna, Composer

© 2003 World Circuit Limited, a BMG Company ℗ 2013 World Circuit Limited, a BMG Company

7
Perfume de gardenias
00:04:40

Rafael Hernandez, Composer, Writer - Ry Cooder, Producer, Guitar - Jerry Boys, Mixer, Mastering Engineer, Recording Engineer - Tom Leader, Mastering Engineer - Manuel Galban, Piano - Miguel "Anga" Diaz, Percussion - Ibrahim Ferrer, Vocals, MainArtist - Orlando 'Cachaíto' López, Bass Guitar, Bass - Gill Bernal, Tenor Saxophone

© 2003 World Circuit Limited, a BMG Company ℗ 2013 World Circuit Limited, a BMG Company

8
Mil congojas
00:03:34

Gerardo García, Violin - Ry Cooder, Producer, Electric Guitar - Mario Fernández, Violin - Jerry Boys, Mixer, Mastering Engineer, Recording Engineer - ALEJANDRO RODRIGUEZ, Cello - JOACHIM COODER, Percussion - Ricardo Fernández, Viola - Tom Leader, Mastering Engineer - Manuel Galban, Electric Guitar - Miguel "Anga" Diaz, Congas - Ibrahim Ferrer, Vocals, MainArtist - Rogelio Martinez, Violin - Orlando 'Cachaíto' López, Bass Guitar, Bass - Enrique Navarro, Viola - Juan Pablo Miranda, Composer, Writer - Roberto Herrera, Viola - Ariel Sarduy, Violin - Augusto Diago, Violin - Hugo Cruz, Violin - Iván Valiente, Bass - Roy Avila, Cello - Andrés Escalona, Bass - Ana Julia Badia, Violin - Arelys Zaldìvar, Cello - Silvio Duquesne, Violin - Javier Filiu, Violin - Alyoth Marichal, Violin - Desiree Justu, Violin - Gladys Lo, Cello - Jose. G. Maron, Viola - Lemay Olano, Violin - Marta Salgado, Viola - Miriam Baro, Viola

© 2003 World Circuit Limited, a BMG Company ℗ 2013 World Circuit Limited, a BMG Company

9
Hay que entrarle a palos a ese
00:04:02

Jim Keltner, Drums - Ry Cooder, Producer - Jerry Boys, Mixer, Mastering Engineer, Recording Engineer - Chucho Valdes, Piano - JOACHIM COODER, Percussion - Tom Leader, Mastering Engineer - Manuel Galban, Organ - Miguel "Anga" Diaz, Congas - Ibrahim Ferrer, Composer, Vocals, Writer, MainArtist - Orlando 'Cachaíto' López, Bass Guitar, Bass - Javier Zalba, Alto Saxophone - Antonio Jiminez, Tenor Saxophone - Ventura Gutierrez, Baritone Saxophone - Manuel Denis, Musicians - Alejandro Pichardo, Trumpet - Pepe Maza, Musicians - Manuel "Guajiro" Mirabal, Trumpet - Armadito Valdes, Percussion - Carlos Oviedo, Tenor Saxophone - Luis Alemany, Trumpet - Pantaleon Sanchez, Alto Saxophone

© 2003 World Circuit Limited, a BMG Company ℗ 2013 World Circuit Limited, a BMG Company

10
No tiene telaraña
00:05:21

Jim Keltner, Drums - Ry Cooder, Producer, Electric Guitar - Rosendo Ruíz, Composer, Writer - Jerry Boys, Mixer, Mastering Engineer, Recording Engineer - JOACHIM COODER, Drums - Tom Leader, Mastering Engineer - Manuel Galban, Electric Guitar - Miguel "Anga" Diaz, Congas - Ibrahim Ferrer, Vocals, MainArtist - Orlando 'Cachaíto' López, Bass Guitar, Bass

© 2003 World Circuit Limited, a BMG Company ℗ 2013 World Circuit Limited, a BMG Company

11
Fuiste cruel
00:04:27

Ry Cooder, Producer - Jerry Boys, Mixer, Mastering Engineer, Recording Engineer - Chucho Valdes, Piano - JOACHIM COODER, Drums - Tom Leader, Mastering Engineer - Miguel "Anga" Diaz, Percussion - Ibrahim Ferrer, Vocals, MainArtist - Orlando 'Cachaíto' López, Bass Guitar, Bass - Marcellino Guerra, Composer, Writer

© 2003 World Circuit Limited, a BMG Company ℗ 2013 World Circuit Limited, a BMG Company

12
Boliviana
00:03:47

Jim Keltner, Percussion - Ry Cooder, Producer, Acoustic Guitar - Jerry Boys, Mixer, Mastering Engineer, Recording Engineer - Chucho Valdes, Composer, Piano, Writer - JOACHIM COODER, Percussion - Jon Hassell, Trumpet - Tom Leader, Mastering Engineer - Miguel "Anga" Diaz, Congas - Carla Commagere, Musicians - Juliette Commagere, Musicians - Ibrahim Ferrer, Vocals, MainArtist - Orlando 'Cachaíto' López, Bass Guitar, Bass - Manuel Denis, Musicians - Pepe Maza, Musicians

© 2003 World Circuit Limited, a BMG Company ℗ 2013 World Circuit Limited, a BMG Company

13
Oye el consejo
00:03:26

Jim Keltner, Drums - Ry Cooder, Producer, Electric Guitar - Jerry Boys, Mixer, Mastering Engineer, Recording Engineer - Tom Leader, Mastering Engineer - Manuel Galban, Acoustic Guitar - Ibrahim Ferrer, Vocals, MainArtist - Faustino Oramas, Composer, Writer - Orlando 'Cachaíto' López, Bass Guitar, Bass - Demetrio Muñiz, Congas - Lazaro Villa, Musicians - Faustino Oramas "El Guayabero", Musicians - Manuel Denis, Musicians - Alejandro Pichardo, Trumpet - Pepe Maza, Musicians - Manuel "Guajiro" Mirabal, Trumpet - Isel Martinez, Percussion - Moderis Mekanski, Arranger, Alto Saxophone

© 2003 World Circuit Limited, a BMG Company ℗ 2013 World Circuit Limited, a BMG Company

Descriptif de l'album

Ibrahim Ferrer, the "official" lead vocalist of Buena Vista Social Club, and producer Ry Cooder take numerous chances and many labyrinthine journeys (guaranteed to piss off all of the purists) on their third collaboration for the World Circuit/Nonesuch label, yet manage to come up with the most beautiful fruit of their collaborative efforts to date. The pair took tons of chances, recording both in Havana and in Los Angeles and bringing in not only additional musicians among Cuba's top session players -- such as guitarist and keyboardist Manuel Galban, Orlando "Cachaito" Lopez on bass, and Miguel Diaz on congas, to name three of more than a dozen -- but also adding Jim Keltner to the drum mix, along with Cooder's son, Joachim, who handles these chores on every track. Keltner, the younger Cooder, Ry, and Galban also play together on a few tracks. But add to this already eclectic mix master Cuban pianist Chucho Valdes and vanguard textural trumpeter Jon Hassell as well as the Blind Boys of Alabama on one cut and you have a recording that is at once celebratory, charming, eclectic, and, well, brilliant. Ferrer's talents as a vocalist transcend all boundaries and musical types, yet he makes every song a Cuban song, one rooted in the earthy spirit of his native Havana. "Perfume de Gardenias" has the Blind Boys replacing Ferrer's regular Cuban chorus of backing vocalists and features the great saxophonist Gil Bernal as well as Galban on a wonderfully understated yet commandingly melodic piano. The track lies in the seam, where the Blind Boys add a more restrained and rounded backing to Ferrer's pricelessly gorgeous croon; Bernal and Galban move this folky ballad into the realms of a jazz/pop tune, and it still comes off as a firmly Cuban song, rooted in the heat, the rhythm, and the passion of everyday life in Havana. "Mil Congojas," which follows immediately, features the band backed by a string orchestra. Ferrer feeds off the atmospherics and allows his voice to literally drip from his throat and enter the mix as if he were singing to the angels. In addition, coming off these two ballads, so silky and gorgeous, is "Hay Que Entrale a Palo a Ese," a steaming son with a large percussion section shoring up the backing chorus and Ferrer using a rapid-fire delivery to add to the rhythmic intensity of the track. In addition, there is Valdes' "Boliviana," a folky love song rooted in the traditional melodies of Cuban Indios and extrapolated to fit a more contemporary Afro-Cuban musical framework -- Abdullah Ibrahim himself could have composed the music here, so saturated in South African melodic and harmonic structures it is, with Valdes' sense of blurred, elongated time signatures and shifting rhythmic patterns. Hassell's trumpet adds a wonderfully simplistic element to the female backing chorus and Ferrer pours his heart into every crack and crevice of the song, splitting it wide open and letting its longing show through. The record closes with a burner, "Oy el Consejo," once again a traditional call-and-response son tuned into an intensely rhythmic polysyllabic poem via Ferrer's no-holds-barred vocal. In sum, this album reveals what is truly possible when musicians of other cultures get together to serve the music, not individual talents. And though Ferrer proves himself yet again to be one of the world's greatest treasures as a singer, he is always loyal to Cuba, ever the slave of the rhythm, ever the angel of the song itself.
© Thom Jurek /TiVo

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