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Casas De Madera
Genres: World Music, Latin Music
Ramon Ayala has been the leading proponent of norteņo music for almost 30 years, thanks to his exquisite song selection and studio wizardry. Whether melancholy theses on love's departure or life-affirming polka stomps, Aya... more »
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Ramon Ayala has been the leading proponent of norteño music for almost 30 years, thanks to his exquisite song selection and studio wizardry. Whether melancholy theses on love's departure or life-affirming polka stomps, Ayala's songs are as comfortable as an old glove. Hundreds of bands have tried to imitate him, but few have been able to capture the crystal-clear fidelity he gets in the studio. Each of his albums vibrates with bass-line tension and harmonically rich accordion runs. Heads nod and feet tap even to dark tunes like "Mandame a la Tumba" and the bouncy "Bendita Pobreza," each of which packs dancing grooves funky enough to pull even casual rug cutters to the floor. --Ramiro Burr
The KING of all of boarder music
(4 out of 5 stars)
"THIS ALBUM IS ONE OF HIS BEST WORKS. IT TIES HIS CLASSIC SOUND WITH "CASAS DE MADERA" AND HIS NEW APPROACH WITH "SOLO UNA PATADA" THOUGH THE SECOND SONG IS THE ONE OF MOST LIKED BY MANY PEOPLE I TRULLY FEEL THAT THE SYNTHESIZER SHOULD BE LEFT TO THE TEJANO MUSICIANS. SO BECAUSE OF THIS I DO TAKE ONE STAR OFF. THOUGH I AM A LOYAL FAN THAT HAS MORE THEN 15 CD FROM THE UNITED STATES AND FROM MEXICO."
Ramon Ayala has got it going on!!!!
(5 out of 5 stars)
"Suegro!!!! Como esta? Le mando saludos desde Las Vegas, NV! Aver cuando viene a tocar todas sus canciones para nuestra raza. No se olvide que aqui tambien hay gente Mexicana y nos encanta su musica. Suerte!!!"