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Materva1974

 

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Cuban guitar 



All this shut in time brought me an opportunity to get out the guitar again and I bought this guys lessons from Truefire.

I love it, but was curious if some of the rest of you like these Latin American styles
  REPORT THIS POST AS INAPPROPRIATE |  Date Apr. 5 2020 22:34:48
 
RobF

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RE: Cuban guitar (in reply to Materva1974

I really like it.

For something a little different...I have no idea what this style is called, but its hard not to like it or appreciate the exuberance of the four brothers dancing in the rain.

  REPORT THIS POST AS INAPPROPRIATE |  Date Apr. 5 2020 23:34:03
 
aaron peacock

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RE: Cuban guitar (in reply to Materva1974

<insert requisite Yamandu video here>

</yamandu yes its a real DOM element>



random side note, many Flamenco palos are the result of South American developments that returned to Spain... (and named accordingly, occasionally)

Yes, I'm down with musica cubana, but Rob: I'll wait until we are friends before I unload on "Autotune Colonialism" clearcutting culture worldwide :D (I rather liked Morroccan music before that effect hit...now even some Taureg music has it, the last bastion of the guitar and human(e?) voice


In closing, as I'm partial to (partial) non-sequiturs, Norberto Lobo is quite nice... He's the Ewan Dobson or Leo Kottke of the mundo portufonico lol... no, he's quite unique...
  REPORT THIS POST AS INAPPROPRIATE |  Date May 8 2020 22:36:07
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