El Zorro | Sin Compromiso

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Sin Compromiso

by El Zorro

EL ZORRO stands for stylish and state-of-the-art new latin sounds and a wide variety of Salsa, Timba, Caribbean, Jazz, Funk and Pop music.
Genre: Latin: Cuban
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1. Mata La Rata
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2. Farandulera
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3. Sin Compromiso
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4. Otra Vez
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5. Aleluya
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6. Nunca
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7. Escúchenme
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8. Todas Las Estrellas
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9. Mira Como Ando
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10. Noviembre
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11. H2O
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12. Mambo Como No
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13. Culo Gordo
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Album Notes
“Sin Compromiso” (without compromises)
Without compromises means, not to worry what is allowed or not, to only do what you really want. Creating, defining and mixing styles, with a strong desire of creative experiment. The result is an album of uncompromised quality.
Through the advantage of global network, I was able to bring together musicians from different countries and continents such as Cuba, Venezuela, Germany, Italy, Serbia and Switzerland.
I'm very fortunate and thankful to have been able to work with all these gifted artists.
So, what do we call this music now? Timba, Funk, Jazz, Pop?
It doesen't fit into any existing box, that's why I'd like to simply call it: Contemporary Latin Music.
Martin "El Zorro" Lehner


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