Completely re-mastered and with the addition of three new unreleased songs...
"The Indart quality of energy burnt into this new release, goes far beyond that of his fevered and zestful previous productions. No one can control feet or upper limbs while listening to this juicy new collection of Caribbean Obroilers. The African heritage in Latin Music has never been infused so well before as in this very hot CD."
Daniel Indart is a music producer, songwriter and performer living in Los Angeles, California. Daniel is best known for composing the award winning music for the first three games in the Tropico series but he is a prolific songwriter and performer whose music has been featured in major film, television, and records.
Born in South America with a passion for Latin Music, his mother, a world-renowned dancer and choreographer, performed Flamenco through her seventh month of pregnancy, introducing Daniel to musicians and dance professionals from all over the world from a very young age. Events that turned him into a promising young artist in his own right. RCA International signed Daniel to its stable of performers in 1978. Two songs from his first album became number one hits on the South American charts.
Daniel’s academic excellence and business sense earned him a full scholarship and a B.A., Magna Cum Laude, in film scoring from Berklee College of Music in Boston.
As a songwriter, Daniel has written thousands of songs and commercial music pieces. As a performer, he has recorded three record albums and sung the lead voice in musical spots for numerous advertising campaigns. In addition, he has performed backup vocals in record projects for Ricky Martin, Plácido Domingo, Ana Gabriel, Gloria Trevi, Pimpinela, Yuri, Lupita D’Alessio, Xuxa, as well as on the We Are the World project. Daniel has also worked with Quincy Jones, Humberto Gatica, and Grammy winner producers K.C. Porter, Antonio “Moogie” Canazio, and Kenny O’Brien, among many others. In 1986, Indart founded Indart Music & Sound (IMS), creating and producing music and sound design for more than 1000 advertising commercials. IMS has also won a host of industry awards including Clios, Beldings, and Se Habla Espanol awards.
His TV credits include the theme song on NBC’s hit “KingPin,” music for HBO’s The Sopranos, FX Channel’s The Shield, CBS’s CSI:N.Y., CSI:Miami, and CSI:Los Angeles, NBC’s Chuck, Showtime’s Dexter, CBS’ Medium, Showtime’s Weeds, USA Channel’s Burn Notice, FX Channel’s Nip Tuck, FOX’s Lie To Me, and HBO Entourage, to name a few.
Film credits include: Dance with Me, Take The Lead, The Matador, Dirty Dancing, Swing Vote, Sunshine Cleaning, In The Valley of Elah, 10 Items or Less, Happy Endings, The Sentinel, Date Movie, The Hot Chick, Laws of Attraction, S.W.A.T., The Game of Their Lives, Little Miss Sunshine, and many more…
Daniel is currently featured in the following CDs:
-En La Palma de Tu Mano
-New Latino Generation
-Young, Hot & Latino
-Tropico The Music
-Tropico Paradise Island
-Tropico 2 Pirate Cove
-Cumbia Ayer y Hoy
These CDs can be found at:
All Songs Written and Performed by Daniel Indart
except "Bella", written by Daniel Indart, Paul Hoyle and Anita Santiago.
Producer: Daniel Indart
Musical Director: Jesús Alejandro Pérez
Arrangements: Jesús Alejandro Pérez
Musicians: Daniel Indart: Main vocals ,background vocals, keyboards, acoustic guitar, percussion and protools programming
Jesús A. Pérez: Piano, bass guitar (“Si Tu No Estás”, “Será la Forma en que me Miras”, “Bella”), Tres, Maracas, Güiro, guitar (“Prisionero De Tí”) and background vocals
Papo Rodriguez: Congas, bongos, timbal and minor percussion
Kevin Ricard: Timbal and bongos
Georgie López: Baby Bass
Charlie Biggs: Trumpets and Flugelhorn
Bob McChesney: Trombone
Mike Turre: Baritone Sax , flute and alto sax solo (“Si Tu No Estás”)
Jamie Glaser: Acoustic Guitar (“Si Tu No Estás”)
John Lehmkuhl: Sound Design for synthesizers
Dan Walker: Strings Programming
Ramón Stagnaro: Acoustic Guitar (“ Esta Tarde Ví Llover”)
Jorge “Coco” Trivisonno: Bandoneón (“El Día Que Me Quieras”)
Sound Engineers: Daniel Indart, Pepe Andrade, Jesús Manrique, Jerry Hall
Mix: Daniel Indart and Jerry Hall
Recorded at Indart Ranch Studios, Tarzana, California
Photography: Tony Rose
Graphic Design: Netz Gomez
File Under: World/Latin
P & c 2001 LMS Records.
All rights reserved. Unauthorized duplication is a violation of applicable laws.
For lyrics, bios, and photos of the artists please refer to our web site: www.lmsrecords.com