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Compay Segundo - In Concert CD 1 (2004)

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Compay Segundo - In Concert CD 1 (2004)

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1-1 	Chan Chan 	5:29
1-2 	El Dia Que Me Quieras 	4:00
1-3 	Tormento Fiero 	3:17
1-4 	El Paralítico 	3:36
1-5 	Son De La Loma 	3:35
1-6 	La Cleptómana 	3:32
1-7 	A Tus Pies 	5:28
1-8 	Macusa 	4:30
1-9 	El Tren 	3:36
1-10 	Malagueña 	3:06
1-11 	Sabroso 	4:03
1-12 	Mi Calderito 	4:49
1-13 	Clarabella 	5:10
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1-14 	La Música Del Compay 	6:30

Double Bass – Salvador Repilado
Guitar, Choir – Benito Suárez
Percussion, Vocals [Solo] – Hugo Garzón (1-15), Julio Fernández Colina (1-1 to 1-14)
Vocals, Harmonica – Compay Segundo

 

Born Francisco Repilado near Santiago in 1907, Segundo took his first name from a slang term for “pal,” which fit his exuberant personality. The singer/guitarist, always sporting his trademark Panama hat, spun a career that spanned parts of nine decades. A pre-revolution legend in Cuba, Segundo inked numerous compositions and invented his own instrument, a variation on the guitar and tres, a native Cuban instrument. Due to U.S./Cuba travel and trade embargo, Segundo’s name was virtually unknown in the United States, and for a brief time he took up work as a cigar roller, before he was rediscovered by Ry Cooder, who compiled the Buena Vista Social Club album.

Born Francisco Repilado near Santiago in 1907, Segundo took his first name from a slang term for “pal,” which fit his exuberant personality. The singer/guitarist, always sporting his trademark Panama hat, spun a career that spanned parts of nine decades. A pre-revolution legend in Cuba, Segundo inked numerous compositions and invented his own instrument, a variation on the guitar and tres, a native Cuban instrument. Due to U.S./Cuba travel and trade embargo, Segundo’s name was virtually unknown in the United States, and for a brief time he took up work as a cigar roller, before he was rediscovered by Ry Cooder, who compiled the Buena Vista Social Club album. ---rollingstone.com

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