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Ry Cooder & Manuel Galban — Monte A Dentro
Album: Mambo Sinuendo
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6.8

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Total ratings: 285








Released: 2003
Length: 2:45
Plays (last 30 days): 0
(Instrumental)
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 misterbearbaby wrote:
Add this album to your music library RIGHT NOW, y'all...

 
Instant 9, and that's only after listening to the first two minutes. 
Ry Cooder👍👍🎞
very nice!
IMHO, the drums make both this track and the preceding, "Company Sin" by John Butler Trio.
we can always find room for a slice of RY......{#Whisper}
Probably the weakest track on a spectacular album.  Still great music and guitar work from two masters.
my "wish list" on amazon is overflowing!
The guitar work here from Manuel and Ry is stellar. No surprise.
Add this album to your music library RIGHT NOW, y'all...
Love this whole album.  One of the coolest album covers ever.

A 9.  And the rest of the album is just as good or better.

I picked this CD up at Borders while I was waiting until midnight so my daughter could buy the latest Harry Potter.  I got bored and figured anything by Ry Cooder would be good (I hadn't really known anything about the whole Buena Vista Social Club thing, so I knew nothing about it).  I was certainly pleasantly surprised.

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

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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
Singers: Bobby King: tenor, Terry Evans: baritone, Arnold McCuller: tenor, Willie Green Jr: bass
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annoying and noisy
I wish it got a little more play on RP.  I also dig it a lot
Love it!
When I worked at a bang & Olufsen store I used this to demo audio systems.  The customers were crazy for it.  Great recording, too.
xkolibuul wrote:
Paul Simon, in all his worldbeat glory, could only hope to have such riffs. Love this jam.
Ry Cooder never sounds 'stressed' but relaxed and authentic. :high-five:
Outstanding album, and pleased to hear Bill spinning a cut from it. ¡Amo música con ritmo Cubano!
Paul Simon, in all his worldbeat glory, could only hope to have such riffs. Love this jam. musikalia wrote:
thought the he first riffs were "Late in the Evening" by Paul Simon. Wow!
I haven't listened to this CD in a long time. This cut makes me want to pull it out at home tonight, and give it a spin. Nice groove!
thought the he first riffs were "Late in the Evening" by Paul Simon. Wow!
:cool:
DD closemindedmoron wrote:
If I wanted to hear this I would go to a Chi-Chi's
Awww, man, not even close! This is good stuff, a classic album and classic Ry - but my wife is on your side!
If I wanted to hear this I would go to a Chi-Chi's
dionysius wrote:
Sweet, sexy Latin retro rock. What's not to like?
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Sweet, sexy Latin retro rock. What's not to like?
Yeah, I like this album a lot. Definitely a "must" for Ry fans.
First! Sounds good so far