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Item not available : The seller is away. Add to Wish List? Having produced members who would go on to lead their own trailblazing groups, like Giraldo Piloto and Issac Delgado , the early years for NG la Banda were a period of incredible creativity and invention. For any timba enthusiast or Cuban music lover, En la Calle captures a pivotal moment in musical history.
The first timba album was NG's En la calle This was followed by No se puede tapar el sol , and En la calle otra vez The tumbadora ' conga ' plays elaborate variations on the son montuno-based tumbao , rather than in the songo style.
The bass tumbaos of Feliciano Arango are busier than typically heard in salsa and Cuba dance music. These break-downs share similarities with the rumba break-downs where the lowest pitched drum drops out of that era.
This marked a significant departure from the more "angular" guajeo -based horn lines typical of the son montuno, mambo, and salsa. Timba researcher Kevin Moore offers a clave analysis of "La expresiva":.
After the first mambo at , the clave changes from [clave] to [clave]. The same process occurs in reverse at the end, when the opening horn section comes back briefly in These albums are available on CD. The Late Period: NG began to gradually break away from pure timba and moved into an experimental phase, with songs such as "La medicina" and "La dura".
NG La Banda became known as the music of the people, emanating from the barrios and the poorest parts of Havana, yet many intellectuals deemed it too dirty and vulgar to be a valid art form. As a result of NG La Banda's success, many more timba bands sprung up throughout the s. Cuban popular music has always been the music of the people, of the poor barrios, where there are very few whites. This is the music that comes from below, that makes people want to dance.
But just because people dance to it doesn't mean it's not as serious as any other serious music. Timba is not your father's, or your grandfather's, Cuban music; not the sweet traditional sounds of the international hit Buena Vista Social Club.Aug 08, · 50+ videos Play all Mix - Ng La Banda - En la calle (Album Mix) YouTube NG La Banda / No se puede tapar el sol / En la calle - Completo - Duration: elchicoplayboy 32, views.