11 Songs, 46 Minutes

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Customer Reviews

4.8 out of 5

6 Ratings

6 Ratings

GRUPO NICHE 35'S, Niche Como Yo

rumba

with all my respect to Master song writer and music genius,RIP Don Jairo Varela. I believe this production could have all new songs. why touch something that was a master piece and re-record again for a 35 Anniversary?
I have been a big fan of Grupo Niche since the begining when they came to NYC and the band broke up and got better,and better in each of thier production after that.
I like this production very much, but new music and lyrics would it have been alot better, and Mr Varela would it had done it like that.
+-I attended the Bergen Perf Art Crt concert, Nj last night and had a great time! Great memories of Grupo niche best songs, after watching this performance I give them a 5 stars! After all, all the re-records songs played where excellent executed by the band!
I purchase my copy already.
Thank You!
DJMARIO-RUMBA/Westchester

Buen album!

Omarmarte

Muy bueno, rescatar estos temas en nuevos arreglos y mejor todavia el cambio de tono de Elvis Magno, ya no se le nota tanto esos gorgojos!!! El tema primero y que quedo muy bueno, y niche como yo! Creo este album vale la pena

NICHE IS BACK

DJ BROADWAY

Wow what a comeback this is the REAL NICHE from the 80's and 90's this is the signature sound of GRUPO NICHE I LOVE DJ Broadway/Mike Mitjans on facebook

About Grupo Niche

Colombian Grupo Niche was formed by Jairo Varela, joined by pianist Nicolas Cristanelo, bassist Francisco García, sax player Alí Garcés, trombonist Alexis Lozano, percussionist Luis Pacheco, singers Jorge Bassam, and Héctor Viveros, making their debut with the release of Al Pasito in 1980. After becoming one of the major tropical acts in their native country, the group had the opportunity to participate in a salsa festival at New York's Madison Square Garden in 1986. Grupo Niche's new lineup debuted in 1987 with Tapando El Hueco, touring Europe for the first time in 1989. A year later, Puerto Rican singer Tito Gómez decided to leave the band, being replaced by Colombian Carlos Alberto Cardona. During the '90s, Grupo Niche turned to romantic lyrics, leaving behind their traditional songs based on social issues. ~ Drago Bonacich

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