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Arsenio Rodríguez - El Cerro, Tiene la Llave, No Vuelvo a Moron album mp3

Arsenio Rodríguez - El Cerro, Tiene la Llave, No Vuelvo a Moron album mp3
Conjunto,Mexican Traditions
  • Performer:
    Arsenio Rodríguez
  • Title:
    El Cerro, Tiene la Llave, No Vuelvo a Moron
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    Conjunto,Mexican Traditions
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El Cerro Tiene La Llave (Guaracha) 08. Te Esperaré (Bolero Son) 09. No Vuelvo A Moron (Son Montuno) 10. Esa China Tiene Coimbre (Son Montuno) 11. Soy Tu Destino (Bolero) 12. Sacando Candela (Guaracha) 13. A Puerto Rico (Bolero) 14. No Toque El Guao (Son Montuno) 15. Me Siento Muy Solo (Bolero) 16. A Belen Le Toca Ahora (Guaguanco) 17. Los Tres Juanitos (Bolero) 18. Luna Al Amanecer (Bolero) 19. Dame Un Besito (Son Montuno) 20. Orgullo Inutil (Bolero) 21. Lo Que Dice Usted (Son Montuno) 22.

Album · 2006 · 21 Songs. 11. La Gente del Bronx. 12. Yo Soy Chambelon. 13. Arpegio por Arsenio. El Cerro Tiene la Llave. 19. Meta y Guaguancó. 20. Oiga Mi Guaguancó.

Arsenio Rodríguez (born Ignacio Arsenio Travieso Scull; 31 August 1911 – 30 December 1970) was a Cuban musician, composer and bandleader. He played the tres, as well as the tumbadora, and he specialized in son, rumba and other Afro-Cuban music styles. In the 1940s and 1950s Rodríguez established the conjunto format and contributed to the development the son montuno, the basic template of modern-day salsa.

Arsenio Rodriguez Length : 03:15. This track is on the following album: Los Barrios.

Arsenio Rodriguez Y Su Conjunto. Download MP3. Arsenio Rodriguez Y Su Conjunto.

The appearance of Arsenio Rodríguez's ensemble in 1940 created a style that, because of its instrumental set-up and Arsenio's conception of harmony and rhythm, would change forever the path of popular Afro-Cuban music. Arsenio's deep knowledge of African culture and folklore, and the addition of a second trumpet, a piano and a tumbadora to the classic septet, converged in a new style of son, which became known as the son montuno. When he solos here, as in Cero Guapos en Yateras, El Cerro Tiene la Llave, No Toque el Guao and dozens of other tunes, you respond. If you are a guitar player, it will make you want to play. If you are a dancer, it will make you want to dance. VUELVO A LA VIDA (A. Rodríguez) Bolero 19. EL RUMBÓN DE LUYANO (Lázaro Prieto) Guaguancó 20. RECUERDA AQUELLA NOCHE (A. Rodríguez) Bolero 21.

Written-By – Arsenio Rodríguez Scull. 6. Mi Corazón No Tiene Quien Lo Llore. Written-By – Arsenio Rodríguez Scull. Apurrúñenme Mujeres Medley. Written-By – Arsenio Rodríguez Scull Written-By – Otilio Del Portal. The cover of this album is inspired by the albums 'Antilla Sabroso Y Caliente' by Arsenio Rodriguez and 'Sabor Tropical' by Chappottin.


Arsenio Rodríguez - Guitar, Primary Artist, Vocals