Bambazulú Orchestra – Much Voltage

Bambazulú Orchestra – Much Voltage
Bambazulú Orchestra – Much Voltage

To celebrate 20 years of creation, the Colombian group Bambazulú presented their phonogram Mucho Voltaje. Created in Quibdo by saxophonist Yassir Parra, better known as Yassir Sax (formerly Guayacan), Bambazulú Orquesta combines on this occasion sounds typical of the Colombian Pacific with Afro-Cuban rhythms.

Bambazulú debuted with The Legend of the Chirimía (2001, Triple A Records). Later, they would edit the phonograms Winning Battles (2004, Source Discs), Tribute to the Masters (2013, Sax’s Productions) and I am the Pacific (2017, Sax’s Productions)

Irene It combines the sounds of the Colombian Pacific and Afro-Cuban rhythms, also highlighting Yassir’s solo on the saxophone. El Cojongo highlights special guest, singer Jimmy Saa. Without lies explore Salsa Romantica. Likewise, we hear a good reinterpretation of the classic Like a Bonfirea piece popularized by Guayacan Orquesta,

Tracks: Irene; Explanation; El Cojongo; No Lies;Tarzan and The Cheetah; What do you blame me for? For El Gordito; The Pandora; Serenading; Dreams and Experiences; Neptolium; Is for you; Fear In The Mountain; Ask God; Dawn; Darling; The band; Slowly; I wanted to make him a song; Like a Bonfire


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