Jesus Alejandro "El Niño" | Sacred Drums (Afro Cuban)

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Sacred Drums (Afro Cuban)

by Jesus Alejandro "El Niño"

Prolific and multi-talented Jesus Alejandro "El Niño" digs into his Afro Cuban roots, exploring mystifying 18th Century Yoruban Poems and Chants.
Genre: Latin: Afro-Cuban
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1. Yatimbo
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2. Babalu Ayeo
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3. Cazuela
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4. Yamala
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5. Ure Ure
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6. No Supe Amar
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7. Mereguotingo Lode
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8. Iyuju
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9. Maniongo Pavio
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10. Santo Baba
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11. Te Juro Suelo Mio
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Album Notes
In this album “El Niño” also takes us for a visit to his childhood Cuba with the song “Cazuela”, a captivating rendition of his memories of the lively street vendors extolling the quality of their wares on his Cuban streets. Of course, no album of “El Niño” would be complete without a romantic story, and here he offers “No Supe Amar”, a meditative and mature realization of a love lost, performed to the beat of Afro Cuban drums. Jesus finally brings us to the present day Cuba with the heart wrenching “Te Juro Suelo Mio”, an earnest promise to his beloved land that he will return some day.


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