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Great record. As good as the music is, the cover is beyond. Keep up excellent work and stay in touch.
Joel Selvin, SF Chronicle, Entertainment Editor and Critic
The term, "World Rock Latin", was first presented to me by Ray Cepeda back in 1999, and only now, I see what Ray has been talking about all this time. His first solo CD, "The Neo Maya Experience" showed Rays' musical abilities in a Rock background, that has made sales on the Internet via cdbaby.com. It's a very good CD but his latest release, called "El Matrimonio del Sol y Luna", is guaranteed to be a Smash Hit. This new CD displays Rays' hidden talents all over the music. The artwork, the arrangements, the songwriting, the lyrics, I mean it's all there. The Spanish version of "Smile", by movie mogul Charlie Chaplin is wonderfully haunting. Bill Withers will be proud when he hears Ray doing "Just the two of us" and 10cc, "I'm not in love" in Latin versions. Not to mention Ray Cepeda has the ability to write "World Class Songs" that sound "World Class". The whole CD is focused around Latin Drums and Latin rthymns, with Cuban Tres and heavy electric guitar around Rays' exceptionally pleasing vocals. That's only the music part, the CD cover itself is thematic of the eclipse of the Sun and Moon beautifully laid out. This is a rich package that can surely cross over genres and generations of music lovers all across the music dial. I strongly recommend it. See www.worldrocker.com
David de la Vega, Elefunt Music