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Orquesta Revé

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Orquesta Revé

De La Habana a Lima con la​.​.​.


Guajira Guantanamera
Guajira Guantanamera
Ahora Me Toca A Mi
Ahora Me Toca A Mi
A Santiago
A Santiago
Yo No Te Olvido
Yo No Te Olvido
La Batea
La Batea
Chicas De Secundaria
Chicas De Secundaria
Barceló
Barceló
Si Se Acaba El Mundo
Si Se Acaba El Mundo
Mi Son Combinado
Mi Son Combinado
Estoy Loco Por Ti
Estoy Loco Por Ti
Tremendo Vacilón
Tremendo Vacilón
Dominga
Dominga
SKU: VAMPI 259  |  ,

Acting as an artistic ambassador for Cuba, the Orquesta Revé made several tours abroad, traveling to Peru in 1971. This extremely scarce LP was recorded for MAG in Lima and comprises mostly Cuban songs —like the outstanding Vicente Rojas’ original ‘Mi Son Combinado’— and also a rare cover of Jorge Ben’s ‘Domingas’.

Quite an invisible record even for hardcore collectors, and almost impossible to find in any condition, “De Habana a Lima” is now reissued for the first time.

In 1956, the percussionist and composer from Guantanamo, Elio Revé, founded the orchestra popularly known as La Revé, which in the space of a few years became the Cuban music group par excellence for foreign audiences.

Elio, dubbed the father of changüí for his seminal work on this genre, is also considered one of the forerunners of salsa music and his orchestra included musicians of the stature of vocalist Ibrahim Ferrer; pianists Chucho Valdés, César Pedroso and Juan Carlos Alfonso; and bass guitarist Juan Formell, who left the group in 1969 to form Los Van Van.

Acting as an artistic ambassador for Cuba, the Orquesta Revé made several tours abroad in the seventies, traveling to countries such as Spain, Belgium and the People's Republic of Angola, and these journeys are well documented on the internet. However, little is known about their trip to Peru in 1971…

The local record label MAG quickly signed the Cuban groups that arrived in the Peruvian capital and that the head of the label, Manuel Guerrero, agreed to record. The La Revé LP was followed by a Los Compadres album the following year.

"De Habana a Lima..." comprises a dozen songs labeled changüis, mostly written by Cuban composers, the exception being the closing track: 'Domingas', an original song by Brazilian artist Jorge Ben. In contrast, the album opens with the distinctly Cuban song 'Guajira guantanamera'.

Quite an invisible record even for hardcore collectors, and almost impossible to find in any condition, “De Habana a Lima” is now reissued for the first time.


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Guajira Guantanamera
Guajira Guantanamera
Ahora Me Toca A Mi
Ahora Me Toca A Mi
A Santiago
A Santiago
Yo No Te Olvido
Yo No Te Olvido
La Batea
La Batea
Chicas De Secundaria
Chicas De Secundaria
Barceló
Barceló
Si Se Acaba El Mundo
Si Se Acaba El Mundo
Mi Son Combinado
Mi Son Combinado
Estoy Loco Por Ti
Estoy Loco Por Ti
Tremendo Vacilón
Tremendo Vacilón
Dominga
Dominga

Acting as an artistic ambassador for Cuba, the Orquesta Revé made several tours abroad, traveling to Peru in 1971. This extremely scarce LP was recorded for MAG in Lima and comprises mostly Cuban songs —like the outstanding Vicente Rojas’ original ‘Mi Son Combinado’— and also a rare cover of Jorge Ben’s ‘Domingas’.

Quite an invisible record even for hardcore collectors, and almost impossible to find in any condition, “De Habana a Lima” is now reissued for the first time.

In 1956, the percussionist and composer from Guantanamo, Elio Revé, founded the orchestra popularly known as La Revé, which in the space of a few years became the Cuban music group par excellence for foreign audiences.

Elio, dubbed the father of changüí for his seminal work on this genre, is also considered one of the forerunners of salsa music and his orchestra included musicians of the stature of vocalist Ibrahim Ferrer; pianists Chucho Valdés, César Pedroso and Juan Carlos Alfonso; and bass guitarist Juan Formell, who left the group in 1969 to form Los Van Van.

Acting as an artistic ambassador for Cuba, the Orquesta Revé made several tours abroad in the seventies, traveling to countries such as Spain, Belgium and the People's Republic of Angola, and these journeys are well documented on the internet. However, little is known about their trip to Peru in 1971…

The local record label MAG quickly signed the Cuban groups that arrived in the Peruvian capital and that the head of the label, Manuel Guerrero, agreed to record. The La Revé LP was followed by a Los Compadres album the following year.

"De Habana a Lima..." comprises a dozen songs labeled changüis, mostly written by Cuban composers, the exception being the closing track: 'Domingas', an original song by Brazilian artist Jorge Ben. In contrast, the album opens with the distinctly Cuban song 'Guajira guantanamera'.

Quite an invisible record even for hardcore collectors, and almost impossible to find in any condition, “De Habana a Lima” is now reissued for the first time.

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De La Habana a Lima con la​.​.​.

Guajira Guantanamera
Guajira Guantanamera
Ahora Me Toca A Mi
Ahora Me Toca A Mi
A Santiago
A Santiago
Yo No Te Olvido
Yo No Te Olvido
La Batea
La Batea
Chicas De Secundaria
Chicas De Secundaria
Barceló
Barceló
Si Se Acaba El Mundo
Si Se Acaba El Mundo
Mi Son Combinado
Mi Son Combinado
Estoy Loco Por Ti
Estoy Loco Por Ti
Tremendo Vacilón
Tremendo Vacilón
Dominga
Dominga
SKU: VAMPI 259  |  ,

Acting as an artistic ambassador for Cuba, the Orquesta Revé made several tours abroad, traveling to Peru in 1971. This extremely scarce LP was recorded for MAG in Lima and comprises mostly Cuban songs —like the outstanding Vicente Rojas’ original ‘Mi Son Combinado’— and also a rare cover of Jorge Ben’s ‘Domingas’.

Quite an invisible record even for hardcore collectors, and almost impossible to find in any condition, “De Habana a Lima” is now reissued for the first time.

In 1956, the percussionist and composer from Guantanamo, Elio Revé, founded the orchestra popularly known as La Revé, which in the space of a few years became the Cuban music group par excellence for foreign audiences.

Elio, dubbed the father of changüí for his seminal work on this genre, is also considered one of the forerunners of salsa music and his orchestra included musicians of the stature of vocalist Ibrahim Ferrer; pianists Chucho Valdés, César Pedroso and Juan Carlos Alfonso; and bass guitarist Juan Formell, who left the group in 1969 to form Los Van Van.

Acting as an artistic ambassador for Cuba, the Orquesta Revé made several tours abroad in the seventies, traveling to countries such as Spain, Belgium and the People's Republic of Angola, and these journeys are well documented on the internet. However, little is known about their trip to Peru in 1971…

The local record label MAG quickly signed the Cuban groups that arrived in the Peruvian capital and that the head of the label, Manuel Guerrero, agreed to record. The La Revé LP was followed by a Los Compadres album the following year.

"De Habana a Lima..." comprises a dozen songs labeled changüis, mostly written by Cuban composers, the exception being the closing track: 'Domingas', an original song by Brazilian artist Jorge Ben. In contrast, the album opens with the distinctly Cuban song 'Guajira guantanamera'.

Quite an invisible record even for hardcore collectors, and almost impossible to find in any condition, “De Habana a Lima” is now reissued for the first time.


View cart

23,00


Orquesta Revé

De La Habana a Lima con la​.​.​.

Guajira Guantanamera
Guajira Guantanamera
Ahora Me Toca A Mi
Ahora Me Toca A Mi
A Santiago
A Santiago
Yo No Te Olvido
Yo No Te Olvido
La Batea
La Batea
Chicas De Secundaria
Chicas De Secundaria
Barceló
Barceló
Si Se Acaba El Mundo
Si Se Acaba El Mundo
Mi Son Combinado
Mi Son Combinado
Estoy Loco Por Ti
Estoy Loco Por Ti
Tremendo Vacilón
Tremendo Vacilón
Dominga
Dominga
Guajira Guantanamera
Guajira Guantanamera
Ahora Me Toca A Mi
Ahora Me Toca A Mi
A Santiago
A Santiago
Yo No Te Olvido
Yo No Te Olvido
La Batea
La Batea
Chicas De Secundaria
Chicas De Secundaria
Barceló
Barceló
Si Se Acaba El Mundo
Si Se Acaba El Mundo
Mi Son Combinado
Mi Son Combinado
Estoy Loco Por Ti
Estoy Loco Por Ti
Tremendo Vacilón
Tremendo Vacilón
Dominga
Dominga
SKU: VAMPI 259  |  ,

Acting as an artistic ambassador for Cuba, the Orquesta Revé made several tours abroad, traveling to Peru in 1971. This extremely scarce LP was recorded for MAG in Lima and comprises mostly Cuban songs —like the outstanding Vicente Rojas’ original ‘Mi Son Combinado’— and also a rare cover of Jorge Ben’s ‘Domingas’.

Quite an invisible record even for hardcore collectors, and almost impossible to find in any condition, “De Habana a Lima” is now reissued for the first time.

In 1956, the percussionist and composer from Guantanamo, Elio Revé, founded the orchestra popularly known as La Revé, which in the space of a few years became the Cuban music group par excellence for foreign audiences.

Elio, dubbed the father of changüí for his seminal work on this genre, is also considered one of the forerunners of salsa music and his orchestra included musicians of the stature of vocalist Ibrahim Ferrer; pianists Chucho Valdés, César Pedroso and Juan Carlos Alfonso; and bass guitarist Juan Formell, who left the group in 1969 to form Los Van Van.

Acting as an artistic ambassador for Cuba, the Orquesta Revé made several tours abroad in the seventies, traveling to countries such as Spain, Belgium and the People's Republic of Angola, and these journeys are well documented on the internet. However, little is known about their trip to Peru in 1971…

The local record label MAG quickly signed the Cuban groups that arrived in the Peruvian capital and that the head of the label, Manuel Guerrero, agreed to record. The La Revé LP was followed by a Los Compadres album the following year.

"De Habana a Lima..." comprises a dozen songs labeled changüis, mostly written by Cuban composers, the exception being the closing track: 'Domingas', an original song by Brazilian artist Jorge Ben. In contrast, the album opens with the distinctly Cuban song 'Guajira guantanamera'.

Quite an invisible record even for hardcore collectors, and almost impossible to find in any condition, “De Habana a Lima” is now reissued for the first time.

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