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Obama Manda a Su Nganga... ¡Desde La Habana!

by Son de Brooklyn

SDB consecrates the historic U.S.-Cuba détente with this delectable joint Brooklyn/Havana project; thawing, simmering, and blending these nations’ tasty musical ingredients into a spicy sonic stew.
Genre: Latin: Cuban
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  Song Share Time Download
1. De Cuba para Brooklyn
Son De Brooklyn
5:14 $0.89
2. Camila
Son De Brooklyn
6:21 $0.89
3. Washington Heights
Son De Brooklyn
3:03 $0.89
4. Pucho Márquez
Son De Brooklyn
4:28 $0.89
5. Tú
Son De Brooklyn
5:22 $0.89
6. Bolden Manda a Su Nganga (No)
Son De Brooklyn
6:21 $0.89
7. Lorenzo Manda a Su Nganga (Soy)
Son De Brooklyn
2:48 $0.89
8. Peruchín Manda a Su Nganga (Palero Soy)
Son De Brooklyn
4:05 $0.89
9. Obama Manda a Su Nganga (Lucumi)
Son De Brooklyn
2:36 $0.89
10. Gershwin en Cuba 1932
Son De Brooklyn
4:16 $0.89
11. Colberto Reporto (DJ Mix)
Son De Brooklyn
3:36 $0.89
12. Y Nos Vamos Ya
Son De Brooklyn
3:52 $0.89
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Album Notes

Recipe: Pop-up Latin Dance Feast, a.k.a. Son de Brooklyn’s album Obama Manda a Su Nganga… ¡Desde La Habana!

Warning: This catchy sonic recipe will leave you with a tasty, authentic, and spicy aftertaste that may cause involuntary moving of the hips, tailbone, hands, feet, and other extremities.

Select Ingredients (Harvested locally in Havana and Brooklyn…accept no substitutes) :

Trumpet “Elpidio Chapotín” and “Eudy Fernandez”
Saxophone “Tim Sullivan”
Piano “Peruchín”
Conga “Igor Arias” and “Dreiser Durruthy Bombalé”
Timbales “René Suárez”
Tres guitar “Taylor Watson”
Bass “Lázaro Rivero Alarcón”
Batá “Dreiser Durruthy Bombalé” and “Eudy Fernandez”
Smoky vocals “Igor Arias”,“Yanisleydys Hernandez Ramirez”, “René Suárez”, and “Jorge Lorenzo Parejo Torres”
Bottle “Ron Santero”

Directions: Mix ingredients together in sweltering sartén of Egrem Studios, Havana. Sip rum. Close eyes, dance, and sing along. Repeat. You now have a sumptuous musical banquet of son, timba, rumba, danzon, bolero, merengue and Santeria toques blended with New York and New Orleans jazz, funk, and soul. !A comer!

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