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Sono Sono: Tite Curet - various

Titel : Sono Sono: Tite Curet

Artiest(en) : various

Genre : Salsa

Medium : CD

Jaar : 2011

Label : Banco Popular


€ 18,00

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Prachtige ode aan de PuertoRicaanse componist Tite Curet Alonso, verantwoordelijk voor bijna 2000 salsa nummers. Enkele artiesten die nummers van hem opnamen: Ismael Rivera, Celia Cruz, Ruben Blades, Roberto Roena, Bobby Valentin, Marvin Santiago, Willie Rosario, Andy Montanez, Rafael Cortijo, Tommy Olivencia and Frankie Ruiz.
Banco Popular (the largest banking institution in Puerto Rico) announced the launch of their new music special, Sonó, Sonó ¦Tite Curet! This year marks the 19th anniversary of the holiday music special. Sonó Sonó¦Tite Curet! is dedicated to renowned Puerto Rican composer Catalino Curet Alonso, best known as "Tite"
1. Esto Es el Guaguancó - Andy Montanez
2. De Todas Manera Rosas - Jerry Medina Y Roberto Roena Y Su Apollo Sound
3. Lamento de Concepción - Trina Medina
4. Mi Triste Problema - Danny Rivera
5. Cucubano - Yerbabuena
6. Andando La Tierra Mia - Luis Daniel Colón, Midales Torres Y Ricardo Sierra
7. Las Caras Lindas - Yuba Iré
8. Sorongo (Congo) - Calle 13 junto A Seun Kuti Y Sammy Tanco
9. Pa` Los Caseríos - Ismaelito Rivera, Fe Cortijo, Rafy Cortijo Y La PVC
10. Con Los Pobres Estoy - Tego Calderon
11. Barrunto - Cheo Feliciano
12. El Prestamista - Penazo Callejero
13. Sobre Una Tumba Humilde/Plena Pa`l Difunto - Lalo Rodriguez con Truco Y Zaperoko
14. Vale Mais Un Guaganco - Ruben Blades
15. Versos de la Calle - Michael Stuart
 
The bank Banco Popular`s annual holiday television special reached its 19th year in 2011 and turned its attention to Puerto Rican composer Catalino Curet Alonso, or as his friends and fans call him, "Tite." Five of the tracks on this soundtrack are new, but the rest come right from the special, with salsa, bomba, bolero, folk, and pop artists representing how widely influential the composer remains. While you shouldn`t expect much of the man`s political material to be included, the proceeds do go to the Banco Popular Foundation for Youth Arts, so Tite`s social awareness is still well represented.