LAVANDA SON - Hacker De Tu Piel
Sexy Cha-cha, Salsa and Merengue with a Retro, Vintage feel
Lavanda Son is a Venezuelan tropical salsa band founded by producers Marcos Aguilar and Reynaldo Ramirez.
‘Hacker de tu Piel’ is their first studio album.
Lavanda Son was born from the bands’ need to narrate their personal life experiences through music. Lavanda Son is influenced by Cuban music, especially Trova.
“Soft Salsa” implies a light Latin rhythm, with very little instruments, in which the guitar plays the Son Montuno, which is rare in the genre.
The Venezuelan group Lavanda Son has debuted with the album Hacker De Tu Piel.
Released by record label LMS Records, the album includes 6 tracks -written by Marcos Fernando Aguilar and Reinaldo C. Ramirez- which are characterized by carrying the “clave” in their DNA. New Trova, Cha Cha Cha and Traditional Cuban Son flirt with urban sonorities. Created and produced by Marcos Fernando Aguilar and Reinaldo Ramirez, the group is strengthen by the powerful vocals of Silvana Perez.
The song that lends its name to the Album, with rhythms of Cha Cha Cha and Latin Soul, is highlighted with a steady beat, ideal for dancing. Para Qué Seguir Soñando, a track that bridges with Traditional Cuban Son, features the performance of Francisco Javier Vivas on Trumpet Solo. Besos de Fuego flows through waters of traditional Merengue, while Para Aprender, a lovely Bachata Ballad, is the perfect postscript for the album, this track, performed by guest vocalist Jose Miguel Frías.
Tracks: Hacker De Tu Piel; Para Qué Seguir Soñando; Besos de Fuego; Para Aprender; Amor En Construcción; Flor De La Mañana.
Silvana Perez - vocals; Francisco Javier Vivas - Trumpet; Jose Luis Gonzalez - Percussion; Jose Rafael Gonzalez - Bass, Marcos Fernando Aguilar - Guitars and Percussion.
Guests: Jose Miguel Frias - Vocals; Boris Marcano - Cello.
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