Download links and information about Together by Ray Barretto. This album was released in 2009 and it belongs to Latin genres. It contains 8 tracks with total duration of 38:08 minutes.
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|2.||Adiviname Y Olvidate||3:59|
|3.||Hipocrecia Y Falsedad||4:57|
|4.||No Olvido A Caracas||3:53|
|5.||De Donde Vengo||3:35|
|6.||Vive Y Vacila||4:08|
|7.||Invitacion Al Son||6:31|
|8.||Tin Tin Deo||8:25|
Ray Barretto’s 1969 album Together bridges the formidable boogaloo styles that the bandleader helped forge in the '60s with the big-band salsa that became hot at the dawn of the '70s. The title song might be the most furious expression of Latin funk Barretto ever released. Led by 18-year-old bass prodigy Andy González, “Together” moves with the rhythm of a hundred teenagers striding together down a boulevard. Relentless, aggressive, and brimming with high style and pride, the song proves Barretto’s claim that he was attuned to the heart of the streets. Barretto’s real talent was blending a wealth of pan-Latin styles. He transitioned seamlessly from the Cuban swing of “Adiviname Y Olvidate” to the rapid-fire salsa of “No Olvivo a Caracas,” eliminating the concept of generic barriers and showing the interconnectedness of all Latin music. The album climaxes with its finest performance, a reading of Chano Pozo’s perennial “Tin Tin Deo.” That song has been covered by everyone from Dizzy Gillespie to Machito, but Barretto transforms it into an expression of ancient rhythms and their hypnotism.