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Ya No Hace Falta
Ya No Hace Falta
Genres: World Music, Latin Music
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All Artists: Bamboleo
Title: Ya No Hace Falta
Members Wishing: 0
Total Copies: 0
Label: Ahi Nama Music
Original Release Date: 8/19/1999
Re-Release Date: 9/21/1999
Genres: World Music, Latin Music
Styles: Caribbean & Cuba, Cuba, Latin Pop, Tropical, Salsa
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaCD Credits: 1
UPCs: 616117102423, 9908170841427

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Addicted To This CD!
Wil McZeal | Los Angeles, Ca. | 03/15/2000
(5 out of 5 stars)

"I live in Los Angeles and have been seriously dancing Salsa since 1996. My friend Kay Torres has been educating me about Cuban music for the last 2 years. On January 8, 2000 I saw Bamboleo for the second time in person at the Conga Room. The dancers, especially the ladies, Vanyia and Yordamis, were awesome. The band was tight and sent their clean sound bouncing and rolling off of the walls and ceilings. When I left the concert I wanted to buy one of their CDs immediately. I did not have any of their music and I did not know which songs I had heard at the concert or the CDs they came from. I bought "Ya No Hace Falta" because it was their most recent release...Let me tell you, for 2 months I have been playing this CD at home, in my car and at my office...I AM ADDICTED! Lastly, Timba music can be difficult to dance to for us North Americans because of its speed and complexity but I love dancing salsa/ mambo to this CD because most of the songs are mid tempo but they have great arrangements and wonderful changes of speed and style within the songs. DON'T EVEN THINK ABOUT NOT BUYING THIS CD!"
Enrique Rodriguez | Chicago, ILLINOIS United States | 07/08/2002
(5 out of 5 stars)

"This Bamboleo album is a total master piece. They have elevated Timba to an even higher level. Timba is Cuban music,like the name Salsa or real name Son Montuno, from the province of Oriente, Cuba. It's a more complex way of playing what we know as Salsa and Bamboleo does a fantastic job.
I recommend La Tremenda, Opening and Ya no hace falta, as my 3 top choices, but the whole album is fantastic.
Look for their soon to be released new album, they have some serious music in it.
Bamboleo vs. timba vs. latin jazz | West Hollywood, CA United States | 08/31/2000
(5 out of 5 stars)

"bamoboleo and this CD and their other CD NO me parescco a nadie are awesome. however it shouldn't be said that bambleo represents the future of salsa, rather, it represents he future of latin jazz as it gets more down into its salsa roots, as Irakere is doing in recent releases such as Babalu Ayé. Bamboleo is hot and very in and deservedly so but I'm dismayed at the disparaging remarks I read in reviews of Jose Luis Cortes and NG La Banda, who pretty much invented Timba, in which style the truly most progressive music of Cuba is being made today. It will be many years before anyone can say that Bamboleo is the equal of NG La Banda, which has put out music with so many different sounds and innovative rhythms over the years, let alone "better than". All these groups have their own strengths and shouldn't really be comapared, but as far as I'm concerned the chatter about the "decline" of NG La Banda is just that. And many of the young hot group leaders and almost all the great young singers in Cuba apprenticed with NG La Banda. ¡Por eso estan La Banda que Manda! That's why they rule!!!!re: the new bamboleo "dance remix" CD one word, meant disparagingly: commercialismo"