Posted by DB Product Review on Thursday, August 21, 2014 Under: Collectibles & Fine Art
Bomba is a standout amongst the most globally prestigious of Puerto Rican conventional musics and moves. It is a style very impacted by the African diaspora in the Caribbean, and commonly comprises of a large number of hand-drums, shakers, call and reaction vocals, and lovers of the dance floor. This music is the claim to fame of Hijos de Agüeybaná, an accomplished Puerto Rican band whose first discharge, Agua del Sol, is a gathering of bombas formed by its musical executive, Otoquí Reyes.
A large portion of the tracks on the collection depict a conventional vibrancy with serenades and percussion. A few others, however, utilize a more extensive scope of instruments and courses of action. For instance, the opening track Saludo al Sol ( Greetings to the Sun ) utilizes a lot of combined sounds, while the title track, Agua del Sol ( Water of the Sun ), characteristics an established salsa organization with visitor vocals by the incredible sonero Andy Montañez (El Gran Combo de Puerto Rico).
Agua del Sol is distributed by Tumi Music and accompanies a 16-page booklet, which incorporates a short authentic outline of customary bomba and plena music, and also verses for the melodies. As a rule, the collection is a decent appearance of how more up to date eras absorb and speak to customary musics: by paying respect to the tribal sonorities where they developed while additionally testing and blasting new musical ways. -Black Grooves
The primary universally discharged Bomba music of Puerto Rico!
Bomba is one of the primary Puerto Rican musical kinds, with a rich history in Puerto Rican society. Agua del Sol peculiarities capable entertainers, including Andy Montañéz, Tony Gonzalez, Luis Rosa, Tony Mapeyé, and Kristy Otoquí Reyes on vocals. Thirteen amazing tunes showcase enchanted drumming and excellent musical thumps.
Is an exceptionally pleasant album of bomba in Puerto Rico. The music is exceptionally agressive and toch the society of the Puert