Olufina Baba Mi | African Yoruba Music of the New Land

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African Yoruba Music of the New Land

by Olufina Baba Mi

This CD is dedicated to the conservation of the Yoruba Religion (Santeria) as it is practiced in Cuba and the Americas. With this thought in mind we recorded the songs with the originality and order that they are played during ORO for the Orichas.
Genre: Latin: Afro-Cuban
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1. Elegua
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2. Ogun
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3. Ochosi
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4. Baba Lu Aye
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5. Obatala
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6. Chango
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7. Yemaya
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8. Oya
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9. Orula
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10. Ochun
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This CD is dedicated to the conservation of the Yoruba Religion (Santeria) as it is practiced in Cuba and the Americas.
With this thought in mind we recorded the songs with the originality and order they are played during ORO for the Orichas as they have been passed down to us by our ancestors. The music contained in this CD is performed by a traditional Guiro Group. This is a combination of a single conga drum, a bell which is a traditional hoe and several beaded gores or shakers, this combination and vocals gives us an exhilarating sound that inspires the blessing and fortification of the Ochas and Orichas.


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