Wednesday, July 9, 2008

Orq. Hermanos Aviles - 1975 - Holguín, Cuba


1. Mi querido Holguin
2. No hay como el son
3. Que tienes tu que me enamore de ti
4. Banes
5. Comay comay
6. Ausencia de sueños
7. El guaguanco ligado al son me gusta
8. La mama de Juana
9. Que tira la jala
10. Son del 105 aniversario
11. El reflejo de vivir
12. Y me dejaste de medio lado
13. Mi son al amanecer

Ripped from the 1975 original vinyl.
2. No hay como el son 

7. El guaguanco ligado al son me gusta 

Orquesta 'Hermanos Aviles', from the town of 'Banes' in the provence of Holguín, Cuba.
'Banes' comes from the Indian word "Bani" which means "valley", o sea "valle".
(The dictator Fulgencio Batista was born in 'Banes')






2 comments:

Ivan said...

muchas gracias por este LP amigo como siempre Fidel Eyeglasses la mejor musica cubana :)

perezmontejo said...

Aviles Brothers Orchestra, considered the oldest popular dance music of Cuba. It was founded on October 16, 1882 in Holguin, Cuba.
Manuel Aviles Lozano, clarinetist and composer founded the band with several musicians Holguin, including three of his cousins: Jesus, Segundo and Walfrido Aviles Urbino and also the integrity Walfrido Dositeo Aguilera.
The orchestra completed 12 of his 14 children, of whom stood and Mario Borges Aviles Cruz. Mario was in the orchestra 60 years and was the best saxophonist in the city. Borges, virtuoso piano and organ, leaving the music and dedicated to medicine.
Featured grandchildren Manuel Lozano Aviles were:
The conductor Cronides Aviles. The composer and pianist Danilo Aviles and Luis Mariano Cancañon.
Aviles Orchestra soon will fulfill 127 years.
Cooperated with some of this information Eduardo F. Rodriguez Aviles.
http://www.perezmontejo.com

I don't like the Fidel's picture of the blog, but I appreciate your musician background and your job and your love to cuban music.
Would you play the # 1 Mi Querido Holguin.

Thanks
Eloy A. Perez Montejo

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