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lunes, 11 enero 2010, 03:06 pm



Los Van Van - Miami Concert - James L. Knight Center - Jan 31

It was twenty years ago today...Juan Formell taught the band to play. Actually forty, and as far as Miami is concerned, its more like ten years since Los Van Van's last appearance. At that time the show was cancelled due to the protests that rang clear -there is an understanding between the Cubans who lost everything and have suffered in exile. In response to this, another message has also continued to ring true. Los Van Van is a group of artists that herald a lasting musical movement, used by many to get in touch with their culture and shun the political spin. Inside of that tension many wish they could enjoy the music more openly and that some of the barriers can be brought down.   

This picture is the present. One that would have been impossible just two years ago. Take a good look at it. Corporate America is behind it. Maybe you should be too?

Many thanks to Eli Silva for this outstanding photograph. An ex-trumpet player based in the Miami area, Eli writes music reports and has an extensive photo gallery here on TIMBA.com. To solicit his professional photography services you can contact him at photographybyeli [at] aol [dot] com. Te botaste con esta foto Eli.



Bravo por los artistas cubanos (de la isla), se lo mercen ya que bastante duro que han luchado
El primer requisito para que nuestra isla funcione es el respeto entre nosotros y parece que los abuelos de los '60 y algunos otros no lo comprenden.
Viva Cuba y sobre todo viva la musica y la cultura cubana

Un cubano que vive fuera de cuba porque odia a esa dictadura pero que ama la musica cubana

Posted by: Jorge Fernandez on miércoles, 13 enero 2010, 04:51 am

showing my age


The first line of this post is a take on the Beatles song Sgt. Peppers. Did anyone else get that?

Posted by: Michael Lazarus on martes, 12 enero 2010, 06:08 am

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