He came back, a number that opens the album, is a powerful son montuno who talks about a part of the biography of Jesus Aguaje while he winks at the classic A Puerto Padre of Emiliano Salvador.
Massacre is a cut that gets into the sides of the danzon. Babalu, the classic Margarita Lecuona popularized by Miguelito Valdés, is adapted with a modern sound. Over The Rainbow by Harold Arlen is adapted as an instrumental bolero with a line of strings that gives it a cinematic invoice.
It also includes a tribute to Matamoros with Cuban standards such as Son De La Loma, Lagrimas Negras, and the outstanding participation of Roldán Carballoso in only three. Santa Lucia is a danzon that leaves us breathless. The bolero-son When you no longer love me, it precedes the number dedicated to Generoso Jimenez: El Trombón Majadero. Aguaje No Want tends bridges with the changüí.
Toda Una Vida, the classic Osvaldo Farres, is treated as an instrumental bolero with a great game between the trombone and the piano. The album concludes with an adaptation of Dans mon île by Henri Salvador.
After 20 years as musical director of the acclaimed Buena Vista Social Club project, Jesús Ramos Redonet, better known as “Aguaje” Ramos, presents his musical production De Vuelta Bajo Llego. Born in 1951 in Pinar Del Rio, the trombonist includes nine original compositions and some classics.
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