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BOBBY is the debut studio album by the band of the same name, released in 2011 on Partisan Records. Consequence of Sound said of the album, "Its delicate balance between calm and eerie provides a nice escape from the drums, guitar, and bass formula, assuring that BOBBY’s atypical sound will reserve a place for the group among their peers at the synth-folk table for some time to come.
El Bestial Sonido de Ricardo Ray y Bobby Cruz is an album released in 1971 by the salsa music duet Richie Ray & Bobby Cruz. Released at the height of their popularity, the album inaugurated a new era in salsa with the inauguration of a new Fania Records subsidiary: Vaya Records. The album, notable for the inclusion of new elements into salsa such as classical music, was an international success, and its title track Sonido Bestial became one of salsa's most popular songs.
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The duo was at this time at the height of their popularity; the title tune remains one of the most remarkable (and recognizable) tunes of the salsa era, with Richie Ray's maddeningly brutal solo (with allusions to Chopin's "Revolutionary Etude No. 12" and a bit of Rachmaninoff). Bobby Cruz's flawless vocals are dynamite in Joan Manuel Serrat's classic "Señora," and young Miki Vimari is his match in "No Tin Pena" and the showcasing "La Vimari.
Artist: RICARDO RAY, BOBBY CRUZ Album: EL BESTIAL SONIDO D. .Label: VAYA RECORDS Year: 1972 Format: VINYL. SIDE A. 1. Sonido Bestial (Ricardo Ray-Bobby Cruz) 2. Señora (Joan Manuel Serrat) 3. No Tin Peña (Nilo Rivero) 4. La Vimari (Ricardo Ray-Bobby Cruz). SIDE B. Guaguanco Triste (Ruben Blades) 2. Fire And Rain (James Taylor) 3. Cha Cha Huele Chango (Pablito Rosario) 4. Volver (Carlos Gardel-Alfredo Leperal).
Known to the world as " The King of Salsa", Richie formed the Richie Ray orchestra in the year 1964. A great pianist and an intuitive bandleader, Richie had the great fortune to team up with the marvelous singer Bobby Cruz, and thus one of the all-time best Latin music partnerships was born. A true New York City barrio kid, Richie had a sound that was fierce and adventurous. Going were few had ventured before, Richie was one of the first composers to truly mix the emerging sounds of American R&B with traditional Latin rhythms like guaguanco and the Cuban guajira. In 1974 after a long and illustrious string of world-wide-smash hits Richie Ray decided to retire, along with his long-time friend and partner Bobby Cruz, from popular music to pursue a life religious devotion. His music, nevertheless, continues to delight millions of music lovers around the world.