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Fito Reinoso CD Release - West Coast TIMBA update

June 27, 2007

By Latin Pulse Music

West Coast's "Sonero Mayor" Fito Reinoso will release his new CD "Comunicació n" on Monday, July 2, 2007 at Yoshi's Jazz Club in Oakland (510 Embarcadero West). Featuring danceable cuban music at it's best, this timba record showcases Fito's stellar voice and improvisations.
Fito Reinoso Comunicacion

Recorded at Ari Rios' Laughing Tiger Studios in San Rafael, the album features Fito's band 'Ritmo y Armonia' along with some of the finest bay-area all-star players. Always a family affair, Fito's son Julian adds his silky voice to the classic cuban ballad 'Pensamiento'. The album also includes a catchy merengue about viagra 'Si Se Cae Se Levanta' (not that you need the clue), 'Orisan Pagua' a folkloric-laced timba-funk and 'Pueblo Mio', a powerhouse rumba duet with his daughter Genesie.

Another special CD release concert will be held at the San Jose Jazz Festival on August 12 (4pm on the Ford Stage). You can always catch 'Fito Reinoso con su Ritmo y Armonia' every first and third Saturday at the Cigar Bar and Grill (850 Montgomery) in San Francsico's North Beach district. 'Comunicació n' will be available for download here on LatinPulseMusic.com on July 2.

Fito Reinoso con su Ritmo y Armonia

Se formó la rumba....sin avisar.....

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