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Kuba Mambo

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Featuring sides recorded in Cuba during the late '40s, Kuba Mambo contains early tracks by Perez Prado and his orchestra. Whether due to a low-fi studio or an under-rehearsed band, many of the tracks unfortunately sound rough, at times having the edge of an obscure live recording. And even though Prado did make some quality recordings around this time (namely with singer Benny More), most of the cuts here sound amateurish; instead of the seamless and fleet blend of brass, percussion, and vocals heard on later classics like "Que Rico El Mambo," the playing on Kuba Mambo sounds limp and out of sync. On the plus side, there's plenty of raw, percussion-heavy tunes like the piano and conga feature "Mi Cazuelita," as well as a few standout vocal numbers such as "No Me Quieras Tanto." For the most part, though, Kuba Mambo sounds ill-formed and certainly pales in comparison to later Prado compilations on Tumbao, like Al Compas del Mambo. In spite of more than a few intriguing moments, this album is best suited to Prado enthusiasts, not newcomers.


Geboren: 11. Dezember 1916 in Mantanzas, Cuba

Genre: Latin

Jahre aktiv: '40s, '50s, '60s, '70s, '80s

Universally known as the King of the Mambo, Pérez Prado was the single most important musician involved in the hugely popular Latin dance craze. Whether he actually created the rhythm is somewhat disputed, but it's abundantly clear that Prado developed it into a bright, swinging style with massive appeal for dancers of all backgrounds and classes. Prado's mambo was filled with piercing high-register trumpets, undulating saxophone counterpoint, atmospheric organ (later on), and harmonic ideas borrowed...
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