MP3 Edgardo & Candela - Madre Rumba, Padre Son.
The Masters of Latin Rhythms from the San Francisco/Bay Area bring you their Original Salsa, Merengue, Bolero and Timba danceable grooves.
12 MP3 Songs
LATIN: General, LATIN: Salsa
Edgardo Cambón, a major figure in the bay Area Salsa scene and his band "Candela" celebrate the release of their first North American debut CD.
The 12 tracks demonstrates Edgardo''s versatility as a poetic lyricist, composer, skilled percussionist and "Sonero" (singer, improviser).
Edgardo''s clear tenor voice and the roaring trombone sounds, adding a strong Cuban "open groove" on the rhythm session make this recording a must.
Highlights of the CD are the title track, a swinging Salsa/Timba that is making dancers "wet" at all major Latin Dance Clubs, the Merengue "Del Caribe Vengo" originally recorded by the a cappella Cuban group "Sampling" recorded here for the first time with full orchestration and Edgardo''s own Salsa version of John Lennons "Imagine" with additional improvised verses in Spanish and creative rhythm twists.
But it is in the Bolero (Ballad) "Pedirte Perdón" where Edgardo shows what a superb vocal gift he has to offer.
-Edgardo Cambón, Lead Vocals, Congas & Percussion.
-Julio Areas, Timbales & Vocals.
-Eric Rangel, Bongó & Vocals.
-Sandy Cressman, Vocals.
-Ben Heveroh, Piano.
-David Belove, Bass.
-Jeff Cressmnan, Trombone.
-Marty Wehner, Trombone.
-John Gove, Trombone.
Produced by Edgardo Cambón,Laura Sefchovich
and David Schecter.
"Madre Rumba, Padre Son proves that Real
Latin Music continues to cook!"
San Francisco, Examiner Magazine.
"Madre Rumba, Padre Son is finally available from
a voice that has graced the groups of Keith Terry &
Crossspulse, Sovosó and Irakere now opening up its solo space"
Jessie "Chuy" Varela. Latin Beat Magazine.
"With the new release "Edgardo & Candela" have
earned a well deserved niche in the hearts of San Francisco''s dance public. Que viva la Música!"
John Santos, "The Machete Ensemble"
"A cut above so many clone like Latin groups"
Rebeca Mauleón Santana. "Round World"