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Omara Portuondo - Rompiendo La Rutina download mp3 album
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Album:
Rompiendo La Rutina
Style:
Son, Bolero, Guajira, Mambo
Released:
2011
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1984 mb
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1428 mb
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1313 mb
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Tributo a "La emperatriz del danzonete", Paulina Álvarez. Includes 12-page booklet of photos and liner notes in Spanish, and 4-way foldout of liner notes in Japanese. Track 13 is a bonus track.

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Tracklist

1 Échale Salsita 3:24
2 El Panquelero 2:30
3 Flores Negras 3:21
4 No Vale La Pena 3:30
5 El Verdulero 2:35
6 Obsesión 2:20
7 Ritmo Pa Mi 3:16
8 Campanitas De Cristal 2:58
9 Apriétame Más 2:57
10 Solfeando 2:46
11 Ahora Seremos Felices 2:49
12 Vaganda 2:05
13 Rompiendo La Rutina 2:14

Companies, etc.

  • Record Company – Empresa De Grabaciones Y Ediciones Musicales (Egrem)
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Egrem
  • Copyright (c) – Egrem
  • Pressed By – MDC Mexico
  • Recorded At – Estudios EGREM
  • Mixed At – Estudios EGREM

Credits

  • Conductor – Mtro. Gilberto Valdés* (tracks: 13), Rafael Somavilla (tracks: 1 to 12)
  • Design – Ricardo Monnar
  • Drums – Emilio Del Monte
  • Executive-Producer – Élsida Gonzáles Portal
  • Guest – Xiomara Valdés
  • Guiro – Gustavo Tamayo
  • Instruments [Bajo] – Enrique ''Kike'' Hernández*
  • Mastered By – Niurka Lecusay*
  • Mixed By – Miguel Patterson
  • Music Director – Mtro. Miguel Patterson*
  • Orchestra – Gran Orquesta Tipica Nacional (tracks: 13), Orquesta de Rafael Somavilla (tracks: 1 to 12)
  • Percussion – Oscar Valdés, Roberto García
  • Photography By – Ángel Alderete*, Youri Lenquette
  • Piano – Pedro Jústiz "Peruchin"*
  • Producer, Liner Notes – Jorge Rodríguez
  • Tenor Saxophone – Emilio Peñalver*, Jésus Lam*, Raúl Naciceno*
  • Trombone – Antonio Linares
  • Trumpet – Andres Castro, Leonardo Timor, Manuel Mirabal "El Guajiro"*

Notes

Tributo a "La emperatriz del danzonete", Paulina Álvarez.
Includes 12-page booklet of photos and liner notes in Spanish, and 4-way foldout of liner notes in Japanese.
Track 13 is a bonus track.
Recorded by Dahilenys Ricardo and Eduardo Pérez.
Also mixed by Dahilenys Ricardo.
Also mastered by Roberto Hernández.
Alto Saxophone by Enemilio Jiménez.
Trombone by Jose M. Gomez.

Label on obi-strip is Disco Caramba. CRACD-240.
Label on back cover and disc is Egrem. CD1036.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Obi-strip): 4 525937 102406
  • Barcode (Back cover): 8 500001 610557
  • Matrix / Runout: MDC MEXICO CD-1036
  • Matrix / Runout: IFPI T-900
  • Mould SID Code: IFPI H901