Clave y Cuba August 10 Brooklyn

Our long term goal for the Cuba List includes making thing happen.

We’ve got a project in the works coming up Wed August 10 in Brooklyn.

Ivan Moreno who is working with me on the Matanzas Project (hard core old school rumba with string quartet) is going to be performing live and also playing recorded samples from our work in Matanzas

Here’s the ticket info.

Please spread the word widely, come on out for it, and if you live elsewhere but want to be a patron of the arts, buy a ticket or two anyway AND support the effort.

Details:

Place: Public Records 233 Butler Street, Brooklyn, NY 11217

Day: Wednesday, August 10
Time: Doors open at 7:30 PM

Tickets here:

https://dice.fm/event/xp2ae-clave-y-cuba-presents-lagrimas-negras-10th-aug-public-records-new-york-tickets

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Oye Coma Va

Featuring:

Al Brothers – Percussion
André Siqueira – Bongos
Andreus Valdés Torres – Maracas
Becky G – Vocals
Carlos Santana – Electric guitar
Cindy Blackman Santana – Drums
Chouloute Minouche – Vocals
Cory Henry – Organ
Estevinson Padilla Valdés – Vocals
Jose´Valdés Terán – Vocals
Karl Perazzo – Congas
Luis Carlos Cassiani Simarra – Güiro and vocals
La Escuelita del Ritmo – Vocals
Manuel Pérez Selinas – Vocals
OBA Frank Lords – Cowbell
“Papi” Felix Garemua – Electric guitar
Paulo Heman – Tambourine
Rubén Rada & Family – Congas and vocals
Tal Wilkenfeld – Electric bass
Tito Puente, Jr. – Timbales
Washboard Chaz – Washboard

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Septeto Nacional – The whole story

A wonderful documentary with great music, eye-popping archival photos and film, and deeply informed commentary.

Septeto Nacional – The super group, its glorious history, and the indelible mark it made on Cuban and world culture.

A shoutout to the YouTube channel TresCubano that found and posted this gem.

– Ken McCarthy
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Cuba Rhythm in Motion

Documentary about the blending of Cuban rhythms and American jazz, filmed in Cuba.

By: Dr. Mike Davison & Ed Tillett Supported by the University of Richmond

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Charlie Palmieri

Ask the great pianist Eddie Palmieri who the greatest pianist was and he will tell you it was his brother Charlie.

There’s a good reason for that.

Charlie Palmieri con Machito!

Fireworks start at: 1:32

“Charlie Palmieri plays MARIA CERVANTES which is an inspiration of the BORICUA composer Noro Morales. In this video you will see some of the members of Machito Orchestra who provide the descarga music.”

We found this clip on the marvelous YouTube channel of Prof. Juan P.l Rivera

On his channel. a drive though Habana

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Report from Havana

To see the videos Ivor references in this conversation, go here: https://www.youtube.com/user/MbakaraEkoretonko

– Ken McCarthy
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