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Te Pone La Cabeza Mala

Artist:   Los Van Van

Style Released Album Tracks Charts
Timba 1997 11 0
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$10.99

© 1997 Caribe Productions. All rights reserved.
Audio album download includes album tracks, liner notes and cover art.
All audio tracks in MP3-VBR format. About LPM album downloads.
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# Name Play Time Info
01  Esto te pone la cabeza mala
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4:09 Juan Formell bajo, director
02  Llevala a tu vacilon
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6:51 César Pedroso, Boris Luna piano, teclado
03  La Shopimaniaca
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6:45 Manuel Labarrera, Julio Noroña congas, güiro
04  Regresamelo todo
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6:33 Hugo Morejón, Edmundo Pina trombones
05  Barriste con el
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7:47 Alvaro Collado, Jorge Leliebre trombón, flauta
06  Ni bombones ni caramelos
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6:43 Gerardo Miró, Pedro Fajardo violines
07  Lo que dejo Sebastian
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6:02 Dagoberto González violín
08  Que pasa con ella
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7:32 Samuel Formell batería y timbales
09  Ella tiene algo que no se
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5:02 Pedro "Pedrito" Calvo cantante
10  El tren se va
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6:37 Mario "Mayito" Rivera cantante
11  Esto te pone la cabeza mala Repris
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2:00 Roberto "Robertón" Fernández cantante
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With a gun held to my head, I'd have to pick this as my desert island Los Van Van album. The title track is Formell's most powerful timba dance track and "Ni bonbones" is Pupy's (César Pedroso). And there are at least five other major tours de force. This is 1997, with every timba band peaking simultaneously and waves of creative energy arcing from one barrio of Havana to the next. That Los Van Van rose to the occasion and could not be denied.
-- Kevin Moore of www.TIMBA.com