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Ry Cooder & Manuel Galban — Echale Salsita
Album: Mambo Sinuendo
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6.7

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Released: 2003
Length: 4:26
Plays (last 30 days): 1
(Instrumental)
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 drivingunit103 wrote:
..just how many album covers do those iconic Caddy tail lights appear on?
 Had the limousine version of this '59, sweet ride payed  100 bucks for it.

Wouldn't mind watching the sunset, alone on a beach, smoking a Cohiba and listening to this
Ry Cooder ranks as one of the ** Truly Weird People.**  It's very cool to see where he has gone in his musical journey.  
This somehow pulls me, by the top of the head, in. Love it! 
..just how many album covers do those iconic Caddy tail lights appear on?
What sweet music.  You can hear the musicians speaking to each other the whole way through.  It seems very unrehearsed and so nice for that reason.
 vandal wrote:
Are we in the supermarket?

 
Yes...where's the BEEF!


Please: more of this excellent kind of music than Radiohead quaver-angst...
If you like this album check out Chicken Skin Music.  Ry teams up with slack key and Hawaiian guitarist Gabby Pihinui for a fresh take on some old classics



 Stingray wrote:
CUBA under Battista...?

Or what is this fuck?

Junta-namera...? Da-da-da-da  - dadada!

Pappalapap!
RUBBISH!
 
So rude, dude. You know, I usually just ignore your cursive negativity. Though, I do admit you do come up with a gem every once in a while,
I'm drawing the line here. Your vulgarity is offensive. Enough with the caca mouth, already!{#Moon}

It's just two legendary guitarists having a blast playing together and messin' with some Cuban melody. I've owned this album for years now,
and l love how their joy and bravado comes through in their playing. This is, however, one of the more tepid tunes on the album, IMO. 
Interesting and thoroughly enjoyable....
 Cynaera wrote:

Ooo - the Nairobi Trio!  I love this song, BTW.{#Daisy}
 

miss you so much, Cynaera...

love this cool music...
Are we in the supermarket?
We be chillin'....Totally!!
I agree with many - the whole album is very nice
This whole album is a treasure. Get it without hesitation
Good! Traditional in a modern and not banal way      {#Biggrin}
Is it Calyspo Night at Toots Shor?
Nice caddy fins ! Relaxed tune too


I'll dance to this...

 
 smdeeg wrote:

Yes, the whole album has a similar feel to it as this.  I'm rather fond of it myself.
 
Sounds like a really chill afternoon, oceanside, frosty drink in hand...

Delicious!!
 smdeeg wrote:

Yes, the whole album has a similar feel to it as this.  I'm rather fond of it myself.
 
sort of, it's all cuban - real nice

Insanity slowly creeping in.. please make the bad noise go away..
 macbags wrote:
THIS IS NOT PARADISE.  WHAT HAPPENED.  SOLD OUT?
i WANT MY MONEY BACK!!!!!

 
Mac your bags and get out of here!

To me it seems that lately there has been much comment and some disorganized momentary insanity .....surely that's RP! and at its best!
 
macbags wrote:
THIS IS NOT PARADISE.  WHAT HAPPENED.  SOLD OUT?
i WANT MY MONEY BACK!!!!!

 


 davyjrshort wrote:
Really pretty great in a low-key sort of way, is the whole album like this?
Curious me!

{#Devil_pimp}
 
Yes, the whole album has a similar feel to it as this.  I'm rather fond of it myself.
THIS IS NOT PARADISE.  WHAT HAPPENED.  SOLD OUT?
i WANT MY MONEY BACK!!!!!

CUBA under Battista...?

Or what is this fuck?

Junta-namera...? Da-da-da-da  - dadada!

Pappalapap!
RUBBISH!

A groovy version of the son cubano that first spoke of salsa in musical terms.

 df1489 wrote:



 
Ooo - the Nairobi Trio!  I love this song, BTW.{#Daisy}



Cachaíto Lopez and Manuel Galban  by Bryan Ledgard
https://www.flickr.com/photos/ledgard/

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 wferrier wrote:
Sounds like something I heard on Ernie Kovacs.
 


Very nice... muy suavecito.
Nice again!!

Something about this song inspires me to rhythmiclly bang my head against the wall.... I'm just sayin'...




 calypsus_1 wrote:

"Hulu" site uses censorship methods and exclusion, discrimination and selected who must or can attend its videos. They are in its right. For me this discriminatory attitude that it is condemnable and incredible. Little vision of this site caretaker and villager in a global and free world. Therefore this called site Hulu, is a loss of time. Open your eyes.

 
If you read the fine print you'd discover Hulu excludes non-Americans for copywrite reasons.
Just another instance of 'Digital Rights Management' like the 'region' restrictions on DVDs.
In a world ruled by greedheads - so it goes.
For a completely different take on things check out Whole Wheat Radio:
https://wholewheatradio.org/wiki/index.php/Main_Page

(No offence, Bill!  I don't think of WWR as your competitor!) {#Wink}



very groovy...  love it...


 Flipmode wrote:
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"Hulu" site uses censorship methods and exclusion, discrimination and selected who must or can attend its videos. They are in its right. For me this discriminatory attitude that it is condemnable and incredible. Little vision of this site caretaker and villager in a global and free world. Therefore this called site Hulu, is a loss of time. Open your eyes.



I recently saw this: https://www.hulu.com/watch/62618/buena-vista-social-club  and loved it. If you like this sound, check out this movie. For free on HULU !
One tonne o' mayo


Ry Cooder & The Moula Banda Rhythm Aces - "Down In Hollywood" Live (1987)

" Band: Ry Cooder: guitar, vox - Jim Keltner: drums - Van Dyke Parks: keys - Jorge Calderon: bass - Flaco Jimenez: accordion - Miguel Cruiz: percussion - Steve Douglas: sax
George Bohannon: trombone "





Really pretty great in a low-key sort of way, is the whole album like this?
Curious me!

{#Devil_pimp}

I'm singing Guantanamara

COODER?? I hardly know her!

The subtly sublime is simply wasted on some folks. 
 Walrus_Gumbo wrote:
Are you kidding me with this! It sounds like a cheesy late night info-mercial on how to play the organ in just a few easy steps. What a snooze!
  
Actually, it's an infomercial on how to tell the difference between an organ and a guitar.

Fourth floor, please.
mi gusta mucho! {#Angel}
{#Cheers}
mi tio es enfermo, pero la carraterra es verde ry, ry, ryEEEE
:cowboy: :whipit:
papaman wrote:
I'm looking for my Corona. Anyone seen it?
Sorry pal, didn't know it was yours. Cheers
holy segue, paco to havanaRy
:daisy:
Sounds like something I heard on Ernie Kovacs.
I'm looking for my Corona. Anyone seen it?
dmax wrote:
"One ton tomato I eat a one ton tomato..." -Michael Nesmith, 'Elephant Parts'-
Not to mention Raul (Dana Carvey) and Jorge (Patrick Swayze) and their SNL Latin American singer's rivalry... "Two tons of fan mail That's what I get, I get two tons of fan mail Two tons of fan mail I get two tons of fan mail." ... "He had an eye job I tell you, he had an eye job I know a doctor Who swears he had an eye job."
fretman wrote:
I think you're hearing the Cuban tune "Guantanamera" in there, not the Jaliscan tune "La Bamba", which is traditional wedding dance in Mexico. But since they're both 3-chord tunes, well, there's going to be similarities, especially in a musical quotation.
Correct: I thought it was Guantanemera. I just returned from Holguin in eastern Cuba (yes, I am not an American), where this song is a mainstay of every travelling street band.
I post the same thing from every track played on this album: one of my favorite albums ever
That's a very good one, too...
Are you kidding me with this! It sounds like a cheesy late night info-mercial on how to play the organ in just a few easy steps. What a snooze! :puke:
Roverfish wrote:
My respect for Ry continues to grow. Anyone hear a little homage to "La Bamba" hidden in there? Excellent tune.
I think you're hearing the Cuban tune "Guantanamera" in there, not the Jaliscan tune "La Bamba", which is traditional wedding dance in Mexico. But since they're both 3-chord tunes, well, there's going to be similarities, especially in a musical quotation.
Don't like this at all.
dmax wrote:
"One ton tomato I eat a one ton tomato..." -Michael Nesmith, 'Elephant Parts'-
:lol: I hear that as well. :lol:
I thought this was Marc Ribot. It's great. Bailar!
bobrk wrote:
Yea, that's why I looked at the song--thinking it was another cover. Or that song I can't remember the real name of, but think of always as "One Ton Tomato."
"One ton tomato I eat a one ton tomato..." -Michael Nesmith, 'Elephant Parts'-
bobrk wrote:
Yea, that's why I looked at the song--thinking it was another cover. Or that song I can't remember the real name of, but think of always as "One Ton Tomato."
Guantanamara, I think.
Roverfish wrote:
My respect for Ry continues to grow. Anyone hear a little homage to "La Bamba" hidden in there? Excellent tune.
Yea, that's why I looked at the song--thinking it was another cover. Or that song I can't remember the real name of, but think of always as "One Ton Tomato."
I love this album. It's never far from the CD player at home. Perfect any time of day, from bopping around doing housework to a great soundtrack for dinner with friends.
sans wrote:
Ry can do no wrong. Meeting by the River is my favorite.
:bounce:
Ry can do no wrong. Meeting by the River is my favorite.
Roverfish wrote:
My respect for Ry continues to grow. Anyone hear a little homage to "La Bamba" hidden in there? Excellent tune.
Yup. :yes: :dance: :dancingbanana_2: :yes:
Hay que rico! Andale, RP!
moomatz wrote:
Like dry roasted cork?
LMAO. And your point is?
great, but not the same without Celia Cruz! No vocals?!
My respect for Ry continues to grow. Anyone hear a little homage to "La Bamba" hidden in there? Excellent tune.
redeyespy wrote:
lotta flavor
Like dry roasted cork?
Guantanamera
lotta flavor
Ry, you are amazing!
Cocktail hour! :cheers:
masterhead wrote:
Awsome album To be honest, the first time I heard it I though it was not well finished but listening to it a few more times, you realized what the concept is...I like the rendition of Patricia from the late Perez Prado
I received this CD as a gift, and like you, I found it a bit "rough". The more I have listened, the more I have enjoyed. Also agree that it was nice to hear Patricia, after all these years!
Hey! I was literally going to upload this song as soon as the uploads are reopened -- but of course I would have found out that RP already has it, by using the search... Great song! Neil
echale panocha :hug: :butt: :tongue: :oops:
"Mmmmmmmmmmmm...............Enchilada Salsita!..................Aurghhhhhhhhhhh!!!"
Awsome album To be honest, the first time I heard it I though it was not well finished but listening to it a few more times, you realized what the concept is...I like the rendition of Patricia from the late Perez Prado
A great CD IMO.
¡Azucar!