Thursday, June 20, 2019

Hector Lavoe y Willie Colon, YEMALLA

via Aguanile (en vivo)
Origin research: dolf pauw

It is mambo for the trombone and trompet what is Yama mambo at the beginning of this piece and also begins with Guaguancó rumba de cajon de Cuba then it goes to the use of the Afro-language bone Yoruba language the same mentions the phrase Africa conjugates with the blow of trombones and trumpets and it ends with Afro cubism in a orixá of the seas YEMOJA there is also something of the spiritual songs practiced in Cuba as spiritualism which is part of the Afro Cuban traditions called SanteriaLINK: youtube