Latin Jazz & More
Marina De La Riva - Voy a guardar mi lamento
The Brazilian singer Marina de la Riva, presented in 2012 her third album called Idilio. Marina de la Riva performs boleros and songs from the Latin American repertoire -in Spanish and Portuguese- with elegance and sweetness, with a charming minimalism to which the great vocal boastings are foreign to her, these aspects define her singular approach exposed in such popular numbers as Idyll ( Titi Amadeo) and Doll (Eddie Palmieri), in the latter one stands out the soloist Raúl de Souza (trombone). Song of the simple things, counts on the participation of the Cuban musicians Papi Oviedo (three), Fabián García Caturla (bass) and Adel González (timbal).
The jazzy atmosphere determines the interpretation of the boleros. And, I yearn to meet and tell you that I do not fear for myself.
The theme of heartbreak is exposed in the song How it hurts me to lose you. The festive character of the cha cha chá Stupid cupid contrasts with the definitive melancholy of the song Absence. By Roberto Carlos Lujan.