MP3 Bandidos de Amor - Asi La Vida
This Latin/world CD is filled with passionate, festive, romantic, vocal and guitar music. If you desire to move and fall in love then you should add this CD to your collection.
12 MP3 Songs
LATIN: General, POP: Party Pop
Who are these guys?
They are, for lack of a more descriptive genre, a Latin/World Music group who perform what they call "California Rumba". This is a style quietly brewing in the clubs and cafes around Southern California and South Beach Miami areas. It is a style influenced by the European and South American Rumba styles, but performed with the aggressiveness of an American Pop/rock attitude.
Their music is very infectious, to say the least.
The group sings in both English and Spanish and in very linguistically versatile. Their audience is very international - east, west, north, and south, and of all ages. They have performed very successfully in and around Southern California for the past several years, as well as, New York, Las Vegas, Hawaii, Utah, and Mexico.
Bandidos de Amor have recorded at Capitol Records Studios two songs that were requested by Dreamworks Films for the major motion picture release of "Paulie". In addition, they appear in that film performing in a cameo role behind Cheech Marin and Tia Texada singing the Bandidos de Amor song, "Estoy Loco - I am crazy" and a cover version of the Los Lobos song, "Cancion del Mariachi".
As they were resting in the trailer during the last night of filming "Paulie". They received a phone call from superstar, Will Smith''s office. It seems that Will Smith had seen the Bandidos de Amor perform at a night club in Beverly Hills and wanted to hire them for a very special occasion. While Will was promoting Men in Black on the east coast of the U.S. he wanted his fiancee (now his wife) Jada Pinkett, to know that he remembered her birthday. So, he hired the Bandidos de Amor to sneak into his estate and serenade his darling under her bedroom window, while Will''s brother videotaped the event. Boy was Jada surprised at 6:00 AM when the band started their private concert on the patio outside her window.
Bandidos de Amor were also contacted during the spring of 2001 to record a song and also to act in the Dreamworks Films, "The Mexican" (starring Brad Pitt and Julia Roberts).
Their reggae original, "Sha La La La" (from the Bandidos de Amor CD, California Rumba) can be heard in "OLE" an independent film originally from Brazil.
In the Spring of 2000 they performed at one of Hollywood''s grandest parties - the World Premiere of the action blockbuster Mission Impossible II (starring Tom Cruise).
They were also chosen by Show Time to perform at the Academy of Motion Pictures (Beverly Hills) for the premiere of Noriega (starring Bob Hoskins).
They were also chosen to perform at the premiere of "THE DISAPPEARANCE OF GARCIA LORCA" an excellent independent film directed by Marcos Zurinaga that stars Andy Garcia, at the Directors Guild.
They were the featured act at Entertainment Tonight''s Fifteenth Anniversary party for Mary Hart at the Improv in Hollywood.
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