Fuzionado

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All Music Guide - Evan C. Gutierrez
Like many salsa greats before him, including the likes of Rubén Blades, Willie Colón, and Ray Barretto, Oscar d'León boldly leaps into the deep end of Latin fusion pool. Like a hybrid between Andy Montañez' recent crossover record Salsaton 2005 and Blades' world traveling Mundo, d'León boldly explores a variety of styles and Latino musical expressions on his 2006 release Fuzionado. He not only expands on the geography that his music covers, but also the timeline. New influences are added from a variety of Latin cultures, including the emerging world of Latino youth. As the album title implies, d'León and friends fuse together their native salsa with musics from all ...
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All Music Guide - Evan C. Gutierrez
Like many salsa greats before him, including the likes of Rubén Blades, Willie Colón, and Ray Barretto, Oscar d'León boldly leaps into the deep end of Latin fusion pool. Like a hybrid between Andy Montañez' recent crossover record Salsaton 2005 and Blades' world traveling Mundo, d'León boldly explores a variety of styles and Latino musical expressions on his 2006 release Fuzionado. He not only expands on the geography that his music covers, but also the timeline. New influences are added from a variety of Latin cultures, including the emerging world of Latino youth. As the album title implies, d'León and friends fuse together their native salsa with musics from all over the Spanish speaking world, including flamenco "La Canto", Latin rock "Me Fallaste" plena "Usted Senor". and plenty of reggaeton. For fans of the typically traditional bandleader, fear not. Some stylistic things have changed, but there are some things one can always count on. D'León continues to be one of the finest bandleaders recording and performing today. The quality of the arrangements and performances are worthy of the name that they bear. Similarly, his collaborators are truly top-notch, and included Gilberto Santa Rosa, Zona 7, Barullo, Tego Calderón, and more. Take note, future crossover salseros. Oscar d'León y Su Orquesta have set the bar pretty high.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 8/22/2006
  • Label: Sony U.S. Latin
  • UPC: 037629686728
  • Catalog Number: 96867

Tracks

Disc 1
  1. 1 Llámame - Tego Calderón (4:09)
  2. 2 Corazón Gitano (3:56)
  3. 3 La Canto - El Barullo (4:31)
  4. 4 Me Fallaste - Gilberto Santa Rosa (4:16)
  5. 5 Hablando Solo - Wahero (3:44)
  6. 6 Usted Señor (4:04)
  7. 7 Mi Raza Negra (5:12)
  8. 8 Guede Zaini (4:25)
  9. 9 La Negra Margot (3:50)
  10. 10 Mírala - Zona 7 (4:16)
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Album Credits

Performance Credits
Oscar D'León Primary Artist
Sal Cuevas Bajos
Lee Levin Bateria
Milton Sesenton Piano
Omar Hernandez Electric Piano, Tres Cubano
Dan Warner Acoustic Guitar, Electric Guitar
Rodolfo Castillo Coro, Mezcla
Richard Bravo Percussion
Ronnie Torres Mezcla
Iker Gastaminza Mezcla
Javier Garza Mezcla
Jorge Dobal Trombone
Beppe Gemelli Coro
Piero Gemelli Coro
Luis Marquez Trumpet
Yasmil Marrufo Bajos
Carlos Puchi Coro, Bajos
Alberto Rodriguez Trombone
Antonio Cortes Flamenco Guitar
Douglas Guevara Percussion
Andrés Diaz Trumpet
Leonardo Medina Piano
Dante Vargas Trumpet
Pedro Alfonso Violin
Daniel Berroa Percussion
Technical Credits
Oscar D'León Arranger, Composer, Programming, Producer
Omar Hernandez Programming
Rodolfo Castillo Engineer
Yasmil Marrufo Arranger, Programming, Producer, Engineer
Zona 7 Producer
Juan Delgado Engineer
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