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Icon14 THE ECHO PARK PROJECT AÑO 2006 . RETRO NEW YORK SALSA



01 MI RITMO LLEGO
02 EL HIJO DE OBATALA
03 LE GUSTA QUE LA VEAN
04 LIO
05 BONGO FIESTA
06 ME QUEDE CON LAS GANAS
07 RAICES
08 QUE TENGA SABOR
09 GUAJIRA SORPRESA


Release Date Jun 20, 2006

Salsa Hits Of The 70's Come Back To Life In "The Echo Park Project"May 2006, Los Angeles, CA - Under the title "The Echo Park Project: Retro New York Salsa", Latin producer and percussionist Carlo Li³pez has released a homage ... Full Descriptionto the music of a generation.
With a total of 9 songs, this CD features some of the best compositions of Machito, Tite Curet Alonzo, Javier Vi¡squez, and Rami³n Rodri­guez, among others, all representatives of the exciting and unique style of salsa played in New York in the seventies. The songs on this recording are some of their finest compositions but they had never been re-recorded till now.
"My intention is to pay tribute to the 70's era and the music that filled the streets of New York back then. The songs featured in this CD provided a wonderful and exciting music score to our lives", said Carlo Li³pez, producer of The Echo Park Project.
Born and raised in Brooklyn, Carlo Li³pez moved to Los Angeles in 1992, were he has played with many local bands, among them Son y Clave, La Palabra, and Mazacote. In a salsa circuit full of talent but with a similar line of standards, Lopez longed for more variety in the Latin scene; that is when the idea for a recording developed. From Brooklyn to Echo Park, his neighborhood in Los Angeles, Lopez recruited musicians from the salsa scene to bring these songs back to life to a new audience and a new generation.
"I wanted to bring back to life songs that nobody was playing in the West coast. A song like Me quede con las ganas is just full of zest and it takes me right back to the seventies, the time when life was about having fun and music was around every corner. Incredible orchestras filled the nightclubs, the parks, the block parties. Music and life where one!" explains Li³pez.
Other songs featured in this CD, like Li­o, Bongo Fiesta or Mi ritmo llegi³, were not as popular or commercially successful as those put out by the most famous bands at the time, like Fania All Star or Hector Lavoe, but they remain, without a doubt, among the greatest of their times.
The musical director for the album is John Belzaguy, a recurrent face in the salsa scene and currently the bassist for Natalie Cole. Other musicians that collaborated in the project are Perico "Caridad" Herni¡ndez -outstanding Cuban percussionist/singer featured in Grammy nominated Carabana Cubana-, Sal Cracchiolo -trumpet player extraordinaire who worked for Poncho Sanchez for many years-, Joey de Lei³n -extraordinary percussionist-, Artie Web -flute player for Ray Barreto-, Frank Fontaine -featured in Patty Labelle's latest release and player in local salsa bands-; and Tom Martin Li³pez -New York city percussionist for Tito Allen, Orquesta Broadway and Adalberto Santiago-. For more information about "The Echo Park Project: Retro New York Salsa"
Retro New York Salsa es un trabajo concebido originalmente en la ciudad de Nueva York, pero cristalizado en Los Angeles California durante este año (2006). The Echo Park Project nos recuerda mucho a una gran orquesta cuyo paso por la escena salsera fue un poco efimera, "Los Soneros Del Barrio", pero cuyo legado ha sido invaluable teniendo en cuenta los tiempos de crisis por los cuales este genero atraviesa.
Los temas escogidos para esta primera grabación son del agrado del salsero , los arreglos estan hechos para el bailador y muchos de los temas son parte de la antología salsera de los 70's que seguramente los habrán escuchado en algún momento de sus vidas.
En términos generales, Retro New York Salsa, suena muy bien, la selección de temas es un acierto asi como las intencion de conservar la linea salsera que domino a Nueva York en los 70's. Recomendamos especialmente Bongo Fiesta, Raices y Guajira Sorpresa. http://www.laconga.org/




http://www.theechoparkproject.com/



Daniel Castillo - Vocal
John Belzaguy - Bajo
Esteban Adame - Piano
Joey De León - Congas, Timbales, Bongos
Edwin Blás - Trombón
Sal Cracchiolo - Trompetas
Frank Fontaine - Barítono, Sax, Flauta
Tomás Martin López - Coros, Congas, Timbales, Bongos
Carlo López - Clave, Guiro, Bongos
Mateo Amper - Piano
Arti Webb - Flauta
Martin Padilla - Vocal
Humberto Ruiz - TrombónTom Regis - Piano
Vito Speranza - Trompetas
Jose Caridad Hernandez - Vocal
Tony Velez - Tres
Eloy Adame - Trompetas



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