Torres plays the laúd, a traditional Cuban instrument of the lute family that is most associated with the punto guajiro genre
Barbarito Torres played as a guest instrumentalist on Buena Vista Social Club and A Toda Cuba Le Gusta before gathering together Cuba's premier musicians and recording this amazing debut. A sensual mix of Cuban son, danzon, and guaracha, Havana Cafe makes austere use of instrumentation, using only the laud (Cuban lute), guitar, percussion, and vocals to create a wall of wonderfully spirited music.
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Listen to music from Barbarito Torres like Calabaza, Los Celos de Mi Compay & more. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from Barbarito Torres. While well-versed in many different styles, Torres has strong ties to guajiro, a form of Cuban peasant or country music. He even uses a traditional instrument-the laúd, which is a type of lute with 12 strings. Torres joined the group Serenata Yumunina in 1970, but he left a few years later to serve in the Cuban army. In the army, he played jazz with its jazz orchestra and was a member of the marching band.
Torres plays the laúd, a traditional Cuban instrument of the lute family that is most associated with . ore . Year: 1999. Style:MLA Chicago APA. "Havana Cafe Album.
BPM Profile Barbarito Torres. Album starts at 110BPM, ends at 112BPM (+2), with tempos within the -BPM range. Try refreshing the page if dots are missing). Recent albums by Barbarito Torres.
Hijo del Siboney
La Calabaza (The Pumpkin)
Corazón de Chivo (Heart of a Goat)
El Amor de Mi Bohio (The Love of My Bohio)
Lagrimas Negras (Black Tears)
Pensando en Ti (Thinking of You)
Yo No Se (I Don't Know)
Salvador Adams / Traditional
Camina Pa'Lo Chapiao (Walk to the Chapiao)
Los Celos de Mi Compay (The Jealousy of My "Compay")
El Tren (Pico y Pala) (The Train (Pick and Shovel)
Alla Voy (There I Go)
Salvador Adams - Composer Nilso Arias - Guitar, Vocal Harmony, Vocals, Vocals (Background) Onelio Arias - Tres Remberto Becquer - Composer Julio Brito - Composer Sonia Perez Cassola - Vocals, Vocals (Background) Honorio DeLeon - Assistant Photographer, Photography Charlie Dos Santos - Arranger, Engineer, Executive Producer, Mixing, Producer Richard Egües - Flute, Performer Lila Fernandez - Production Coordination Assistant Claudio Ferrer - Composer Ibrahim Ferrer - Guest Artist, Performer, Vocals Frank Emilio Flynn - Performer, Piano Ana Nery Fragoso - Hair Stylist, Make-Up Evelio Gay - Assistant Engineer Sonia Gay - Assistant Engineer Lorenzo Hierrezuelo - Composer Maria Elena Ibarra - Art Direction, Graphic Design Ted Jensen - Mastering Pío Leyva - Guest Artist, Vocals Luis Mallo - Art Direction, Photography Juan Mariño - Composer Miguel Matamoros - Composer Manuel "El Guajiro" Mirabal - Trumpet Omara Portuondo - Guest Artist, Performer, Vocals Tomas Ramos - Tumbadora Arsenio Rodríguez - Composer Alfonso Torres - Composer Barbarito Torres - Arranger, Guitar (Acoustic), Laud, Primary Artist, Producer Conchita Torres - Vocals, Vocals (Background) Traditional - Composer Felicia Valdez - Production Coordination Assistant Vampiros En La Habana - Producer Oliva Pedro Vargas - Banjo, Bongos, Cajon, Claves, Guiro, Maracas, Timbales, Tumba, Tumbadora Hector Villa - Vocals Victor Villa - Contrabass, Contrabass Guitar, Double Bass, Vocals, Vocals (Background) Maria Zenos - Art Direction