Guillermo Anderson | Lluvia Con Sol

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Lluvia Con Sol

by Guillermo Anderson

"Lluvia Con Sol", acoustic reggae and trova inspired tracks. From very simple acoustic arrangements to fast paced punta horn sections, half of the CD is to be enjoyed as you relax and half of it is hard no to dance to.
Genre: World: Central American
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1. Lluvia Con Sol
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2. Tarde de Mar
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3. Navegando
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4. Aló Mama
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5. Patio de Mi Casa
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6. Carmen Cecilia
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7. Llegó
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8. En Cada Latido
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9. Dale Play a la Esperanza
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10. Historia de Manuelito
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11. Solo Calales
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Album Notes
Lluvia Con Sol -Sun Shower

Guillermo´s music is the result of the cultural and music diversity of his native Caribbean coast of Honduras. "Lluvia Con Sol" winds its way through Punta and Parranda , rhythms of the Garifuna people of Honduras. Also, Guillermo claims the influence of bolero, the romantic latin American genre per excellence in two of the songs. As in most of his recordings in "Lluvia Con Sol" he brings his own acoustic reggae and trova inspired tracks. From very simple acoustic arrangements to fast paced punta horn sections, half of the CD is to be enjoyed as you relax and half of it is hard no to dance to.

After almost four years of not releasing a full CD, but playing internationally for World and Latin Music enthusiasts,"Lluvia Con Sol " brings out a sound that Guillermo has been developing all along .From the very personal trova- like arrangements like the song "Navegando" (Sailing) all the way to fast paced punta rock like "Solo Calales" the song writer takes us on a trip through sounds from the Honduran Caribbean and beyond.

According to Guillermo "Lluvia Con Sol" the Cd´s title track, is a song written to sing with the audience. When perfomed live, the audience sings a repetitive chorus as Guillermo sings the verses. The recording has the chorus sung by a group of garifuna women who bring in the spirit of garifuna comunal singing.

Guillermo´s Reggae influences are always present, this time in "Tarde de Mar" (Afternoon in The Sea) an acoustic groove filled with marine landscape. A song that calls for atention is "Alo Mama " (Hello Mother) which is a nostalgic phone call from an inmigrant in the US to his mother.

Half of the CD will keep you listening and the rest will make your party. Costa Norte Records is proud to release yet another CD by one of Honduras most prolific songwriters.

Después de casi cuatro años de no presentar una producción completa pero si de girar internacionalmente, aparece “Lluvia Con Sol”, la producción mas reciente de Guillermo Anderson.

El CD nos revela las ideas musicales que ha estado desarrollando en esos años. Desde temas muy personales a voz y guitarra como “Navegando” hasta la percusiva “Solo Calales”, Guillermo nos lleva en un viaje lleno de historias y sonidos del Caribe hondureño y un poco mas.

Según Guillermo, “Lluvia con Sol” es un tema que esta compuesto para cantarlo “en comunidad”. En directo, Guillermo le enseña un coro sencillo y repetitivo al público mientras él canta los versos. El coro fue grabado por un coro de mujeres garífunas que le da un espíritu del canto comunal que se escucha en las comunidades de la costa de Honduras.

Las influencias del reggae se hacen sentir siempre en las producciones de Guillermo, esta vez en el tema “Tarde Mar” un tema acústico que acompañado de tambores garífunas lleva al que la escucha, a disfrutar de un paisaje marino.

Otro tema que llama la atención es “Aló Mamá”, una llamada de un inmigrante contándole desde “el norte” sus desdichas a su madre .

Parte del CD nos mantendrá escuchando historias sonidos y paisajes otra parte también se prestará para alegrar sus fiestas.


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