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Peret - El Rey De La Rumba mp3 track

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Performer: Peret
Title: El Rey De La Rumba
Released: 2011
Style: Rumba
Category: Latin
Rating: 4.8 ✦
Other format: MP3 AA MIDI VOC MP2 DTS WAV

Tracklist

1-1 Rumba "Pa" Ti
1-2 Voy Voy
1-3 El Lunar En El Pie
1-4 La Copa De Vino
1-5 Qué Suerte
1-6 El Muerto Vivo
1-7 Caballero Soy
1-8 No Sé
1-9 Soledad
1-10 El Sabio
1-11 Cuídate
1-12 Salomé
1-13 Si Yo Fuera
1-14 Mi Bomba Sonó
2-1 Belén, Belén
2-2 La Fiesta No Es Para Feos
2-3 Don Toribio Carambola
2-4 Margot
2-5 Clavo Y Martillo
2-6 Cumaco San Juan (El Gitano Fino)
2-7 Mañana, Pasado Mañana
2-8 No Tengo Corazón
2-9 Olé Con Olé
2-10 El Pasajero Cuña
2-11 Chi Chi Pau
2-12 Lamento Gitano
2-13 Crucificado
2-14 Te Veo Luego
2-15 Sapore Di Sale
2-16 Río Magdalena

Companies, etc.

  • Record Company – Novoson S.L.

Notes

Comes in cardboard slipcase.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Scanned): 8429965016543

Peret first rocked the rumba back around 1970, and three decades on he's showing that he hasn't lost a creative step yet. Here he's electrified the music and given it a definite international edge, letting it flow in all manner of different contexts, from the more traditional style with Jarabe de Palo to salsa-frying the beat with France's Sergent Garcia and even adding bits of ragga and electronica into the mix. Does it work? Surprisingly, yes, it does, and very well. Peret's gritty voice gives an earthiness to the sound, taking the rhythm by the tail and dragging it along, while the guests - and there are no shortage of them on this record - become just the icing on the cake.

Jarabe De Palo/Peret Peret Peret/El Gran Silencio Peret/Estopa Peret/Los Enemigos Peret/Carlos Jean Peret/Tonino Carotone/Nacho Mastretta Peret/Amparanoia Peret/Dusminguet Peret, Sargento García Peret/David Byrne/Carol C Peret/Manuel Malou/Nilo Mc Peret/Fermín Muguruza Peret/Macaco/Ojos De Brujo Profesor Angel Dust & The Ph Force.

In 2001, Peret recorded and released Rey De La Rumba (King of the Rumba) an album of updated versions of his older songs with guest musicians including Jarabe de Palo, El Gran Silencio, David Byrne of the Talking Heads, and more. Peret died in Barcelona, Spain from lung cancer, aged 79. Select discography.

Pedro Pubill Calaf (Spanish: Catalan: ; 24 March 1935 – 27 August 2014), better known as Peret, was a Spanish Romani singer, guitar player and composer of Catalan rumba from Mataró (Barcelona). Known for his 1971 single, "Borriquito" (Ariola Records), Peret represented Spain at the Eurovision Song Contest 1974 with the song "Canta y sé feliz" and performed during the closing ceremony at the 1992 Summer Olympics in Barcelona.