|A2||Encantado De La Vida|
|A3||En El Tiempo De La Colonia|
|A5||Locas Por El Mambo|
|B1||Barbaro Del Ritmo|
|B2||A Media Noche|
|B5||El Bobo De La Yuca|
|B6||Me Voy Pa' El Pueblo|
Artists Benny Moré El barbaro del ritmo. El barbaro del ritmo Benny Moré. El barbaro del ritmo. This album has an average beat per minute of 114 BPM (slowest/fastest tempos: 82/162 BPM). See its BPM profile at the bottom of the page. Tracklist El barbaro del ritmo. BPM Profile El barbaro del ritmo. Album starts at 162BPM, ends at BPM (-162), with tempos within the -BPM range. Try refreshing the page if dots are missing). Recent albums by Benny Moré. Qué bueno toca usted! 2004.
By Beny More, Pedro Vargas, Beny Moré y Su Orquesta. Benny More - Creaciones Inolvidables Con El Barbaro Del Ritmo. Released by Sony Music Sep 2004 16 Tracks.
Beny More's famous RCA/Tropical albums include only some of the recordings made by the singer in the late '40s with Perez Prado's Orchestra. Fortunately, the fine Tumbao Cuban Classics label has chronicled the complete More/Prado catalog on El Barbaro del Ritmo, bringing into focus the incredible partnership of one of the Latin world's most accomplished singers and one of its most innovative band leaders. The group perfect the blend on the album's standout track "RaboY Oreja" as More's vigorous yet smooth vocals mirror the give and take of the band's swirling brass and purring reeds. Prado further echoes the contrast in a solo that sandwiches crashing chords between furtively played notes and romantic flourishes.
El Barbaro del Ritmo. Other albums by Beny More.
Complete your Beny Moré Con Perez Prado, Rafael De Paz collection.
El Conde Negro, 02:45. Unfortunately, the station stopped broadcasting.
Bartolomé Maximiliano Moré 1919 - 1963. Benny Moré - The Barbarian of Rhythm. Benny Moré - El Bárbaro del Ritmo. El Bárbaro del Ritmo, had no idea about the complicated reference system which was the basis of written music. He could neither read nor write music, but musicality came out of his pores! He dominated the rhythms, bars, breathing, counterpoint, improvisation, vocal flourish, choreography of popular Caribbean music, and all of it impregnated with his indomitable personality.