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Back To The Road

by Sonora Ponceña

This is one of La Sonora Ponceña's last albums and a nice one too.
Genre: Latin: Salsa
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1. Caprichosa
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2. Pensándolo Bien
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3. Gracias Señor
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4. Con Maña Si
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5. De La Mata Son
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6. Lejanía
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7. Como Mangó
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8. Mack The Knife
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9. El Alacrán
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10. Cenizas
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11. Verde Luz
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12. Con Tres Tambores Batá
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13. Nicas Dream
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Pure swing, and a ton of salsa class. Papo Lucca takes on a few Cuban tunes-Adalberto Alvarez's "Caprichosa," Manolin's "Lejania," Pancho Amat's "El Alacran"; Kurt Weill's "Mack The Knife" makes an appearance. Horace Silver's "Nica's Dream" shows up as does a Christian tune praising God. And it all swings deeply in a way that seems almost lost, that sort of deep in the pocket groove that just makes you feel good. Lucca's solos-listen to him splinter time and color on "De La Mata Son"-are up to his high standards. The arrangements, with lots of breaks and bass-piano lines, function like the intelligent dance music that this is. Sonora Ponceña has been long overdue for a recording; let's hope that they keep going back into the studio. There's a lot left in that particular well.
Highly recommended. By Peter Watrous

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