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Buena Vista Social Club — El Cuarto de Tula
Album: Buena Vista Social Club
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Released: 1997
Length: 7:20
Plays (last 30 days): 1
En el barrio la Cachimba se ha formado la corredera.
En el barrio la Cachimba se ha formado la corredera.
Allà fueron los bomberos con sus campanas y sus sirenas.
Allà fueron los bomberos con sus campanas y sus sirenas.
Ay mamà! Que pasò?
Ay mamà! Que pasò?
(Dos veces)

El cuarto de Tula, le cogiò candela.
Se quedò dormida y no,apagò la vela.

Que llamen a Ibrahim Ferrer, que busquen los boberos!
Que yo creo que Tula lo que quieres es que le apaguen el fuego.

Ay, por ahì viene Eliades, en tremenda corredera.
Viene a observar el cuarto de Tula que ha cogido candela.

Carlo y Marco estàn mirando este fuego.
Si ahora no se apaga, se apaga luego.

Puntillita ve y busca Marco, pà que busque al Sierra Maestra.
Que vengan par acà rapido que la Tula, mira cogiò candela.

Ey Marcos, coge pronto el cubito y no te quedè allà fuera.

Llenalo de agua y ven a apagar el cuarto de Tula que ha cogido candela.
Tula està encendida, llama a los bomberos.
Tu eres candela.
Afina los cueros.

Candela, muchacho.
Se volviò loco Barbarito, hay que ingresarlo.
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 lizardking wrote:

Wow...thanks for that VH1....you're alright in my book and thanks for spreading the "really now, is HATE the right word here?" message to the world!  Long Live RP, short live hate and Rock On!! 

If you are going to hate, hate constructively, hate the starters of war etc., not music, if you dont like it, switch it off.
 
 khardog145 wrote:
 VH1 wrote:
Dancer
 YES!!!  Love this whole album.  How can you be sad when you hear this??

 
Absolutely! Je suis d'accord!

In the fall of 2002, while I was packing up to go and join my then-husband in Alberta, and living in a basement apartment while I dealt with a large storage unit full of our stuff to be moved, a dear friend gave me a small TV with a built-in VHS player. I played Buena Vista Social Club over and over and over, while I danced around  dealing with things which would normally have me quite depressed. The music helped me keep perspective and to remember what a glorious and complex world we have the privilege of living in.  I went out and bought 8  3-packs of blank VHS tapes, made 12 copies of BVSC, and 12 copies of Baraka, and was pretty much ready for Christmas. 
This record is pure magical and musical genius!!!
I was lucky enough to see them when most of the original members were still around, at the Paramount in Austin. What a show - they made it look so easy.

Loved the movie/documentary as well, especially the guys walking around NYC and seeing many of the places they had played back in the day.
c.
 VH1 wrote:

There is deffo too much hatred in the world, and not enough "live and let live". No - nowadays everything gets "hated"!

I sometimes wonder, where does all this hate come from?
Too much {#Beat}{#Fight}{#Skull} and not enough {#High-five}{#Hug}{#Kiss}{#Group-hug}{#Heartkiss}
 
20 years ago people use to say "I do not like this or that" since the implementation of the internet people only say "I HATE this and that"! Geez. 
 

Courtesy Lyricstranslate.com (I like the footnotes!) 

Tula's Room

In the Cachimba neighborhood there has arisen a big ruckus
In the Cachimba neighborhood there has arisen a big ruckus
There went the firefighters with their bells and their sirens
There went the firefighters with their bells and their sirens
Hey mom, what's happening?

In the Cachimba neighborhood there has arisen a big ruckus
In the Cachimba neighborhood there has arisen a big ruckus
There went the firefighters with their bells and their sirens
There went the firefighters with their bells and their sirensHey mom, what's happening?
Hey mom, what's happening?

Tula's Room caught Fire
She fell asleep and didn't put out her candle

Someone let Ibrahim Ferrer1 know, and get the firefighters
Because Tula, sir, wants them to put out her fire2

Tula's Room caught Fire
She fell asleep and didn't put out her candle

Here comes Elades rushing over
He's coming to see Tula's Room that caught fire

Tula's Room caught Fire
She fell asleep and didn't put out her candle

Carlos and Marco are looking at this fire.If it doesn't get put out now, it will get put out later - fire
Tula's Room caught Fire

She fell asleep and didn't put out her candle
Tula's Room caught Fire

She fell asleep and didn't put out her candle
Hey Puntillita, go get Marco, so that he can get the Sierra Maestra
Get them to come quick because face it, Tula is on fire

Tula's Room caught Fire
She fell asleep and didn't put out her candle

Hey! Marco, grab that little bucket quickly and don't stay outside.
Fill it with water and come to put out Tula's room which caught fire Tula's Room caught Fire

Tula's Room caught Fire
She fell asleep and didn't put out her candle

Tula is lit up, call the firefighters!
You see her fire, prepare your leather

Tula's Room caught Fire
She fell asleep and didn't put out her candle3

That's some flames, boy.
Barbarito4 has gone crazy!
He's gotta be committed!

Tula's Room caught Fire
She fell asleep and didn't put out her candle5

Tula's Room caught Fire
She fell asleep and didn't put out her candle

Tula's Room caught Fire
She fell asleep and didn't put out her candle

Tula's Room caught Fire
She fell asleep and didn't put out her candle

1.This is a call out to Ibrahim to sing the next verse
2.wink wink
3.After this, there is a solo after which they say "on fire boy!" in response to it.
4.Little Bárbaro (male for Barbara, or simply 'little barbarian')
5.These are chorus repetitions with some how's thrown in

https://lyricstranslate.com
 VH1 wrote:

There is deffo too much hatred in the world, and not enough "live and let live". No - nowadays everything gets "hated"!

I sometimes wonder, where does all this hate come from?
Too much {#Beat}{#Fight}{#Skull} and not enough {#High-five}{#Hug}{#Kiss}{#Group-hug}{#Heartkiss}
 
20 years ago people use to say "I do not like this or that" since the implementation of the internet people only say "I HATE this and that"! Geez. 
 
Yes, "hate" is a strong world. But I certainly dislike the repetitive nature of most Latin Jazz, in the same way I dislike EDM.
Cant stop staring 
 ce wrote:

I don't think it does, really.
AFAIK the songs on this album predate the Cuban revolution, and in any case they have no political meaning or intent.
It's just Cuba, despite any politics.
 
Exactly...and the Wiki pages says: 

Buena Vista Social Club is an ensemble of Cuban musicians established in 1996 to revive the music of pre-revolutionary Cuba. The project was organized by World Circuit executive Nick Gold, produced by American guitarist Ry Cooder and directed by Juan de Marcos González. They named the group after the homonymous members' club in the Buenavista quarter of Havana, a popular music venue in the 1940s. To showcase the popular styles of the time, such as son, bolero and danzón, they recruited a dozen veteran musicians, many of whom had been retired for many years.

I'll go +1 to 9 on this one....now where's my drink? Long Live RP!!
 justin4kick wrote:
Hard to believe this comes from a communist country.
 
I don't think it does, really.
AFAIK the songs on this album predate the Cuban revolution, and in any case they have no political meaning or intent.
It's just Cuba, despite any politics.
I spent 13 high seasons (Dec to Apr) in the Dominican Republic at a hotel I ran and BVSC was high on my play list for our restaurant overlooking the ocean.  I learned to appreciate Caribbean music and truly found that I appreciated Cuban BVSC more that local DR bachatta or merangue.  Solid 8 for me.
 VH1 wrote:

There is deffo too much hatred in the world, and not enough "live and let live". No - nowadays everything gets "hated"!

I sometimes wonder, where does all this hate come from?
Too much {#Beat}{#Fight}{#Skull} and not enough {#High-five}{#Hug}{#Kiss}{#Group-hug}{#Heartkiss}
 
20 years ago people use to say "I do not like this or that" since the implementation of the internet people only say "I HATE this and that"! Geez. 
 
Your right.
I don't like this music.
But I appreciate the craftsmanship it took to make it... I could never do this.
 VH1 wrote:
Dancer
 YES!!!  Love this whole album.  How can you be sad when you hear this??

 VH1 wrote:

There is deffo too much hatred in the world, and not enough "live and let live". No - nowadays everything gets "hated"!

I sometimes wonder, where does all this hate come from?
Too much {#Beat}{#Fight}{#Skull} and not enough {#High-five}{#Hug}{#Kiss}{#Group-hug}{#Heartkiss}
 
20 years ago people use to say "I do not like this or that" since the implementation of the internet people only say "I HATE this and that"! Geez. 
 
Wow...thanks for that VH1....you're alright in my book and thanks for spreading the "really now, is HATE the right word here?" message to the world!  Long Live RP, short live hate and Rock On!! 
 MJMJ wrote:
Interminable cacophany 
 

Interminable

Interminable cacophany 
 Andres-7 wrote:
Hate this Latin stuff. A solid 2.

 
There is deffo too much hatred in the world, and not enough "live and let live". No - nowadays everything gets "hated"!

I sometimes wonder, where does all this hate come from?
Too much {#Beat}{#Fight}{#Skull} and not enough {#High-five}{#Hug}{#Kiss}{#Group-hug}{#Heartkiss}
 
20 years ago people use to say "I do not like this or that" since the implementation of the internet people only say "I HATE this and that"! Geez. 
Hate this Latin stuff. A solid 2.
Dancer
supper this is a good song and album. 
Music is the best ambassador
 elutz wrote:

Omg... wtf

 
This wasn't my reaction when I saw the post.
I have been to several former communist countries and Cuba seems to have escaped the creative poverty hunting many of the former communist countries. 
 justin4kick wrote:
Hard to believe this comes from a communist country.

 
Omg... wtf
very very nice
i'm here via PSD
lucky me 
 VH1 wrote:

Fantastic Music! {#Dancingbanana}{#Dancingbanana}{#Dancingbanana}{#Dancingbanana}{#Dancingbanana}{#Dancingbanana}

But it would be nice if the songs would play through - I do not understand why half through the songs stop playing!



 
that's frustrating. I've never had that happen before.

Fantastic Music! {#Dancingbanana}{#Dancingbanana}{#Dancingbanana}{#Dancingbanana}{#Dancingbanana}{#Dancingbanana}

But it would be nice if the songs would play through - I do not understand why half through the songs stop playing!


Hard to believe this comes from a communist country.
CHAN CHAN CHAN.  

Awesome Mix Bill.
 
 DaMoGan wrote:

I disagree.  This is a great song to wake up to.  Gets the blood flowing!
 
If you do not hear it to often, its okay!
 bmuscutt wrote:
Absolutely horrific music on a good day - headache inducing at 6am {#Beat}

 
I disagree.  This is a great song to wake up to.  Gets the blood flowing!


 zepher wrote:
 problems are so far sitting at the bar with a cuban cigar....

- youtube video comment....


 
With you grabbing your crotch due to crabs
 problems are so far sitting at the bar with a cuban cigar....

- youtube video comment....

I love how this transports me to Cafe Havana in Cartagena, in an instant! even though it's snowy and cold outside... Yinna, queires Mojito?
Absolutely horrific music on a good day - headache inducing at 6am {#Beat}
 xkolibuul wrote:
In a just world, the average rating for this song would be well over 8 along with all those Beatles and Stones tunes.  This is every bit as much of a masterpiece.  

 
I agree. I even like the 'flat' recording. Evocative of the times when it was recorded.
 valeriogonzalez wrote:
{#Bananajam}Viva Cuba!

 

 
¡Viva Cuba Libre!
In a just world, the average rating for this song would be well over 8 along with all those Beatles and Stones tunes.  This is every bit as much of a masterpiece.  
 sssterling wrote:
Great album, great song - awful transition from Portishead's Dummy directly to this. Totally jarring.
 
{#Rolleyes}
 valeriogonzalez wrote:
{#Bananajam}Viva Cuba!
 
I wholeheartedly support this. I spent some time researching the history of Cuba and (as usual) found what we have been spoon fed by popular media and western governments at odds with the facts. I look forward to visiting some day.
Great album, great song - awful transition from Portishead's Dummy directly to this. Totally jarring.
This entire album is terrific dance music.  Esp. when Ry gets outta da way.
Thanks RP...nice song for the exit from my cube!
 hightail wrote:
Excellent. This always makes me want to dance. (sometimes I do, just in my living room or kitchen) 
 
Ask Romeo for an invitation to his Hotel-room! Why dance alone...?

The imaginairy soundtrack to:

"How we survived American attacks on our integrity!"


Excellent. This always makes me want to dance. (sometimes I do, just in my living room or kitchen) 
haha this came right after roads by portishead. interesting transition
Me encanta esta música.
{#Sunny}
 jen3005545 wrote:
LOVE this!!!  {#Bananasplit}
 
That's gotta hurt.

Pura Vida!!!

Close to Cuba anyway

 
{#Bananajam}Viva Cuba!
Wepa!!
Me encanta la canción.
tooday  is my birthdayyyy yeahhhhhhhh .. entretenimiento :){#Bananajam}
LOVE this!!!  {#Bananasplit}
A great film. Worth watching.
almost broke my office chair dancing to this tune...      love it!

{#Dancingbanana}

Please follow this by something from Senor Coconut.

 januismer wrote:
I gotta hankering for Miami.
 
I got a hankering for a cuba libre

These guys are awesome!
From my tent in the hills of south dakota ... thankful for radio paradise.
 catnip wrote:
So you wander along to the Casa de la Trova in any Cuban town, and you'll find pretty much the same scene all over, a bunch of cool dudes playing all varieties of musical instruments, belting out this tune to a packed room, some of the audience nursing mojitos or Cuba Libres, others dancing like they were made for it, bodies suddenly touching, swinging, swaying, arms locked and twirling in impossible shapes. Every time the song changes in an imperceptible way, every time different, every time good, more sax, less guitar, more percussion, all possible combinations. You come away feeling like you never want to hear the tune again, so many versions have you heard; Havana, Remedios, Santiago, Barracoa, Trinidad, Viñales, and then the rest.

And then this comes on RP, and it all comes flooding back, and you realise that you were wrong; it is an astonishing song, place and country.

Can I go back, please? 
 
Yes - go back. And please take me with you!!!!!! {#Pray}  What a wonderful story for an armchair traveler like me.  Thank you.
Can't imagine anyone who can help dancing to a song so full of energy and passion.  C'mon, people - Tula's Bed is on Fire!!
One of my favorite albums! Now available in hi-def (at HDTracks) for all you audiophiles out there.

El-sucko
Que chevere.
A year ago this I would have found this song below likeable. After having taken salsa dancing classes and participating in salsa festival, this song made me very happy. I could say I relived those great moments I've had (and will be having) {#Hearteyes}
This is the song that never ends, it goes on and on my friends, this is the song that never ends, it goes on and on my friends, this is the song that never ends, it goes on and on my friends....
This was playing the very first time I logged onto RP 5 years ago.  Happy Anniversary to me!  Thank you, Bill.  {#Heartkiss}
Luv this stuff. I'd sop it up with a beeskit if I could.
 
 

I gotta hankering for Miami.
This is the sunniest and warmest thing I've felt in Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia, in several months!{#Sunny}
So you wander along to the Casa de la Trova in any Cuban town, and you'll find pretty much the same scene all over, a bunch of cool dudes playing all varieties of musical instruments, belting out this tune to a packed room, some of the audience nursing mojitos or Cuba Libres, others dancing like they were made for it, bodies suddenly touching, swinging, swaying, arms locked and twirling in impossible shapes. Every time the song changes in an imperceptible way, every time different, every time good, more sax, less guitar, more percussion, all possible combinations. You come away feeling like you never want to hear the tune again, so many versions have you heard; Havana, Remedios, Santiago, Barracoa, Trinidad, Viñales, and then the rest.

And then this comes on RP, and it all comes flooding back, and you realise that you were wrong; it is an astonishing song, place and country.

Can I go back, please? 
Yo siempre estoy al loro con lo de "Se volvió loco Barberito, hay que ingresarlo!" Makes me smile each time I hear it. {#Tongue-out}
This came out appropriately for when I lived in South Florida.  It was played in all the Cuban restaurants around.  What great memories!
The making of the album was VERY interesting....love this music!
{#Dancingbanana}{#Dancingbanana_2}{#Bananasplit}{#Dancingbanana}{#Dancingbanana_2}{#Bananasplit}
 socalhol wrote:
This whole album is excellente!  Always takes me back to 2001 having dinner with friends at the "Havana Club" (2nd floor balcony) in Puerto Vallarta.  Nice background music to enjoy Mojitos & Paella with friends while watching the sun set over the Pacific.... {#Sunny}

 
I'm experiencing severe vacation envy...sounds incredible (as does the album)...


¡Ay, Mamá!, qué pasó. 8/10
 

Buena Vista Social Club - El Cuarto de Tula, Live

"Nada como la forma de antaño para cantarle al sexo con esta descripción tan hermosa que te dice y que no, pero que sabes de qué se habla y canta. Quizás sea el tiempo de retomar lo antiguo para sentirse estimulado al natural y no por comerciales. "

"They are masters of music! It wolud be one of the biggest tragedies of the world if nobody continue their art. It should become parth of the world heritage! "

"Esta es la verdadera música cubana. No la cagada actual de reggeton. " 


 mgkiwi wrote:
This has brought some sunshine into a dreary Geneva day - thanks RP. Off to Cuba this summer - will pay my respects to FC! They need our support due to hypocritical sanctions!
 
Hope you had a great time there and had plenty of opportunity to listen to music as good as this!

This whole album is excellente!  Always takes me back to 2001 having dinner with friends at the "Havana Club" (2nd floor balcony) in Puerto Vallarta.  Nice background music to enjoy Mojitos & Paella with friends while watching the sun set over the Pacific.... {#Sunny}

I am so jonesin' for chips, salsa and a giant Margarita!!!!!!!!
Love love love this whole album. I am not a dancer...but I could dance to this all day long!! Great afternoon music! {#Dancingbanana}
maestros del SON —- thank you Cuba for making the world dance
Man, these guys are good!{#Clap}
ay mamá....que pasó!!!!!!!!{#Whistle}
 Grammarcop wrote:
I visited Havana in late January-early February of 2004. One of the things that I loved most about that city was that there was music like this everywhere. Walking through the streets of Old Havana was just an awesome experience. I stopped to watch a flamenco dancer in the lobby of the Hotel Valencia. She was the most seductive woman I have ever seen. Or was it the city itself?

 
Probably some of both.


I visited Havana in late January-early February of 2004. One of the things that I loved most about that city was that there was music like this everywhere. Walking through the streets of Old Havana was just an awesome experience. I stopped to watch a flamenco dancer in the lobby of the Hotel Valencia. She was the most seductive woman I have ever seen. Or was it the city itself?

Hannio wrote:
No, it's not.
 
I'm talking about the noun, without the "n" on the end, which makes it an adjective. Do you think I'd make a statement like that without checking?
 Otomi wrote:

South Africa is the only African country with the noun "Africa" in its name.
 

No, it's not.


I don't care where you're from or what political affiliation you are, there is no way you can't start swaying and wish you had the smooth moves of Rickie Ricardo when you hear BVSC

My father used to call me a "communist" for listening to Cuban jazz from Radio Havana on shortwave. {#Roflol}

He did kind of like my Ry Cooder records, though..he was a big Chet Atkins fan, and knew good guitar work when he heard it. I wish he'd lived long enough to see the BVSC project. It might have changed his mind.
Thank you for playing that.  I love the Buena Vista Social Club. 
Got turned onto this album by an ex-boyfriend, we watched the dvd & it was excellent! Apparently he wasn't completely full of bs...{#Clap}
 Saliby_Br wrote:
this music deserves much more than 7.3
 


jagdriver
(Tunin' in from the aptly-named Grass Valley, CA)
Posted: Dec 18, 2008 - 14:02 < Reply | Edit | Delete >

Here's another plug for the EXCELLENT DVD.... that's right; there's a DVD, folks.

It's worth owning, as mood-provoking as it is. We enjoy pulling it out every now and then and rewatching it. The DVD gives one a whole 'nother notion of what Cuba is all about, IMHO. Now... if they could only do something about those Castro guys....

(Ché thought Batista was a corrupt SOB...)
this music deserves much more than 7.3
{#Bananajumprope}

 Hannio wrote:
They are.  What's the big deal? 

But I would add that no other country beside the USA has "America" in its name.  So by default, "American" specifically refers to a citizen of the USA.  This was first used by Europeans and is conventional usage around the world today.  America, oops, I mean the USA doesn't force it on anybody.
 
South Africa is the only African country with the noun "Africa" in its name. So by default, "African" refers to a citizen of that country?

It's not uncommon for Europeans to use the words "America" and "American" (or their cognates in other languages) to refer to North, Central, and South America as a whole.

It's no big deal, it's just that the ambiguity can lead to confusion.

Happy holidays, Hannio!

Enjoy your trip, Meloman!
Leaving this Sunday morning for two weeks in Cuba. Nice music to set the mood.
Love me some son Cubano groove. Terrific album.


Here's another plug for the EXCELLENT DVD.... that's right; there's a DVD, folks.


 JICAMARCA wrote:
Americans = people of America

South Americans = people of South America

South America = the south side of America

so, why south americans are not americans?
 

They are.  What's the big deal? 

But I would add that no other country beside the USA has "America" in its name.  So by default, "American" specifically refers to a citizen of the USA.  This was first used by Europeans and is conventional usage around the world today.  America, oops, I mean the USA doesn't force it on anybody.
aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa
One of my favorite songs that graces this radio station, thank you!!!

Warm and humid evenings, rum, sweat, swinging bubble butts. Hmmmm...


La escensia de la musica cubana! :guitarist:
Chumbawamba-1984 wrote:
There is as much difference between Mexican and Cuban music, as between Cesaria Evora and REM musical genres. None of the members of the Buena Vista Social Club - who are/were all Cuba citizens - ever seeked the "privilege" to immigrate in the US. They used to play their music from La Habana, Cuba with the inspiration they probably could not get if they were in the US as immigrants - legal or not - and working by the American show business commercial rules. They were approached by Ry Cooder several years ago and before some eminent members passed away. They organized an international tour that included the Madison Square Garden and recorded several albums of great musical interest. Worth going to your local public library and dig in their rarities. There are several web sites that account for this musical adventure, among them Ry Cooder's website. Do you feel a little more more educated?
I had the privilege of seeing Ibrahim Ferrer perform a month before he died. He had such dignity for a man from a tough background and the performance was excellent. The music was very much Cuban, certainly not Mexican. A little further education. BVSC won a grammy. They were expected to be at the wards to collect in person but were denied US visas so Ry Cooder collected on their behalf. What a shame and a disgrace. Imagine their popularity if they were allow the freedom to tour and perform many years sooner.
mgkiwi wrote:
This has brought some sunshine into a dreary Geneva day - thanks RP. Off to Cuba this summer - will pay my respects to FC! They need our support due to hypocritical sanctions!
:high-five: Nice attitude.
This has brought some sunshine into a dreary Geneva day - thanks RP. Off to Cuba this summer - will pay my respects to FC! They need our support due to hypocritical sanctions!
Did I yet rate this a 10? Yes....I did. *sigh* Reminds me of a nice travel to Cuba I made some years ago. Music, dance, rum, girls... :daisy: :drunk:
Aye que bueno. Me gusta me gusta!
kindermanltd wrote:
How do you tell the difference whether it's Cubin or Mexican? Are either of them legal immigrants? Not trying to make anyone mad, just wondering. Educate me.
There is as much difference between Mexican and Cuban music, as between Cesaria Evora and REM musical genres. None of the members of the Buena Vista Social Club - who are/were all Cuba citizens - ever seeked the "privilege" to immigrate in the US. They used to play their music from La Habana, Cuba with the inspiration they probably could not get if they were in the US as immigrants - legal or not - and working by the American show business commercial rules. They were approached by Ry Cooder several years ago and before some eminent members passed away. They organized an international tour that included the Madison Square Garden and recorded several albums of great musical interest. Worth going to your local public library and dig in their rarities. There are several web sites that account for this musical adventure, among them Ry Cooder's website. Do you feel a little more more educated?
kindermanltd wrote:
How do you tell the difference whether it's Cubin or Mexican? Are either of them legal immigrants? Not trying to make anyone mad, just wondering. Educate me.
:bananajam: :bananajumprope: :bananapiano: :bananasplit: :dancingbanana_2: :dancingbanana_2: :dancingbanana: :drummer: :devil_pimp: :cheers: Cuban Or Mexican musical differences are many...go buy or download something/anything the difference will be quite obvious. Now Cuban and Mexican people...Also quite different; except for Hispanic heritage.
love this song, been a while since i listened to buena vista social club...shall be on rotation tonight!
How do you tell the difference whether it's Cubin or Mexican? Are either of them legal immigrants? Not trying to make anyone mad, just wondering. Educate me.
Ulises wrote:
I awoke this morning to the awesome sounds of the great soneros Ibrahim Ferrer and Manuel Licea. As a Boriqua living in Alaska, its not often that I get to listen to Salsa or any of it's children. Thanks Radio Paradise!! For those of you who have decided to carry on with the politics of hate and ignorance I'll leave you with a often stated thought. Opinions are like assholes, everyone has one. The corollary, its the other guy's that stinks.
:music: Hello fellow PR. Cold here in Chi-Town too, but not like AK. Buena Vista alsways warms it up!Feliz Navidad Tambien, Primo!
:bananajam:
arserocket wrote:
Ooooh you are awful!!
Makes me proud to be Cuban. :)
:naughty: Stop talkin and start tappin.
Danny_G wrote:
Cuba is not Mexico, ASSHOLE!!! Gringo baboso e ignorante :ass:
Ahhh, Danny, I'm glad you're here!