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Buhat sa New Minstrels

by The New Minstrels

A Collection of classic Philippine music in an upbeat style performed by The New Minstrels.
Genre: World: Asian
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1. Balut
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2. Buhat
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3. Bakit mo ako pinaluluha
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4. Hahabol-habol
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5. Pagdating ng Takipsilim
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6. Sumpa ng Puso
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7. Basta\'t Mahal Kita
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8. Ang nangyari sa Puso
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9. Diyos lamang ang Nakakaalam
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10. Di ba\'t ako ay tao ring may damdamin
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11. Mahiwaga
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12. Dahil sa isang Bulaklak
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Album Notes
The NEW MINSTRELS ‘70s started as a musical merger of 3 college boys whose early forte was doing the campus folk concert circuit and of 4 rock-radical girls whose roots in pop music come from past links with various top choral groups, and of 8-strong instrumental backup band each of which is an accomplished artist.
Fuse them all into a tight singing community whose high-calibre harmony derives from a living together,singing together,sharing together thing. Imagine this groovy group’s stage style as Sergio Mendes going Stylistics, then becoming Rock Flowers, and on to mod Ray Conniff or a bouncy Bette Midler to Pointer Sisters to Love Unlimited, with the Philadelphia Sound in-between; while at the same time you image them out as Western pop-powered, soul vibrant young Filipinos. You got in your hands then the make-you-feel-brand-new New Minstrels ‘70’s.
The group comprises of Eugene Villaluz, tenor, Vic Baclagon –tenor, Cesar de la Fuente-bass. All from San Beda College. And there’s Ding Mercado who sings baritone. The girls : Aida Balmaceda, alto, a Maryknoll social work grad, sang with Pattern People, Family Portrait,Progeny. Aileen Dolina, alto,a UP (University of the Philippines graduate. Annette Belen, soprano, a UP Conservatory of Music product,sang with UP Madrigal Singers, UP Concert Chorus, New Dimension, People Like Us, Circus Band, Bayanihan Folk Troupe. Louie Reyes,soprano, a Holy Spirit music bachelorette, teaches music at St. Mary’s. Mr. Junn Guevara is the manager.
BUHAT album by the New Minstrels is a first of its kind for this sensational group showcasing all Filipino classical hits into a more upbeat style. This CD features a compilation of distinguished songwriters such as Mike Velarde, Leopoldo Silos, Constancio de Guzman and Manuel P. Villar Sr.



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