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Best Charanga Habanera Group

EXTRA QUESTION: WHICH CHARANGA HABANERA DO YOU PREFER?

We asked people to specify which time period for "Best Band". Some people did, but not enough, so we put all the votes together for each band, regardless of the time period. However, Timba fans love to debate the relative merits of the various versions of Charanga Habanera, so for fun, we've added this extra bonus category to the final vote.

1. 1997- Michel Maza, Sombrilla, Danny Lozada
(Tremendo Delirio)
(main arrangers: David Calzado and Juan Carlos González)

2. 1998-2000 - Tirso Duarte, Aned Mota, Dantes Cardosa, Noel Díaz
(Charanguero Mayor, Live in the USA)
(main arrangers: David Calzado and Tirso Duarte)

3. 2001-2003 - Eblis Valdivia, Aned Mota, Leonid Torres, Noel Díaz
(Soy cubano, soy popular)
(main arranger: David Calzado)

4. 1995-1996 - Michel Maza, Sombrilla
(Pa' que se entere la Habana)
(main arrangers: David Calzado and Juan Carlos González)

5. 1991-1994 - Leo Vera, Sombrilla
(Love Fever, Hey You Loca)
(main arrangers: David Calzado and Juan Carlos González)

note: Chan Chan Charanga had Aned, Dantes, Leonid and Noel and part of the album featured Tirso Duarte's writing and arranging, although he didn't play or sing.

 

Wednesday, 23 March 2011, 03:32 AM