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Sin Vergüenza
     

Sin Vergüenza

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by Bacilos
 
Since this band's name translates to "Bacteria," listeners would perhaps expect an aggressive and harsh sound, but the Latin pop trio offers just the opposite -- a perfectly blended fusion of diverse Latin American melodies. Sin Verguenza is the Miami-based group's third CD, and it demonstrates a sophisticated mélange of the members' Brazilian, Colombian, and

Overview

Since this band's name translates to "Bacteria," listeners would perhaps expect an aggressive and harsh sound, but the Latin pop trio offers just the opposite -- a perfectly blended fusion of diverse Latin American melodies. Sin Verguenza is the Miami-based group's third CD, and it demonstrates a sophisticated mélange of the members' Brazilian, Colombian, and Puerto Rican musical traditions. Some of the tracks, such as "Sangre Americana," reveal more of a pop
ock focus with just a sprinkling of Latin rhythms, while others such as "Pasos de Gigante" present straight-ahead Latin music complete with horns and timbales. Lead singer/guitarist Jorge Villamizar's vocals are smooth and mellow, lending a hypnotic feel to bossa nova-flavored tunes like "En los 70" and "El Algun Recuerdo." All in all, this album supplies a pleasing mix of pop
ock music with Latin sensibilities.

Product Details

Release Date:
09/28/2004
Label:
Warner Music Latina
UPC:
0825646186426
catalogNumber:
61864

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Album Credits

Performance Credits

Bacilos   Primary Artist
Gary Lindsay   Conductor,Arreglos
Dennis Marks   Acoustic Bass
Richard Bravo   Percussion
Juan Vincente Zambrano   Percussion,Piano,Keyboards,Arreglos,Coros
Ramon Benitez   Trombone,Bombard
Tom Capone   Banjo,Guitar,Electric Guitar,Keyboards,Mellotron,Palmas
Yasmil Marrufo   Guitar,cuatro
Pedro Alfonso   Violin
Gustavo Afont   Guitar
Jesus Hidalgo   Coros
Dadou Pasquet   Electric Guitar
Maurício Barros   Piano,Hammond Organ,Mellotron

Technical Credits

Carlos Pérez   Graphic Design
Marcelo Añez   Engineer
Richard Serotta   Engineer
Juan Vincente Zambrano   Arranger,Programming,Producer,Audio Production
Ramon Benitez   Arranger,Trombone Arrangement
Tom Capone   Programming,Producer,Audio Production,Engineering
Yasmil Marrufo   Arranger
Alvaro Alencar   Engineering
Mark B. Allen   Logo
Bacilos   Producer
Fernando Rebelo   Engineering
Tomás Baptista   Engineering
Jorge Villamizar   Composer

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Sin Vergüenza 4.3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Bacilos did it again! Once again, every track on the CD is worth playing. I heard them last year when they were on the Grammy's and have been a fan (and waiting for this new CD) ever since. Caraluna was awesome, but with Pasos de Gigante I have a new favorite. Way to go!!!!!!!!!!!!
Guest More than 1 year ago
It grew on me. Now I can say I reccomend ALL of thier albums. Next time I see them live I'll yell for La Mexicana ^^
Guest More than 1 year ago
I bought Caraluna about a year ago and liked about half the album, but after a few listenings the songs I would skip became my favorites and I promptly bought the self titled album. I was practically foaming at the mouth when i heard their new album was coming out. Have to say i was dissapointed, maybe I expected to much but there's a small amount of songs on here that make me want to press repeat. Who knows, I'm still listening to it at work to see if it'll grow on me like Caraluna but it looks doubtful. Don't get me wrong, there are some great songs on here and if you'er already a fan you should pick it up. If you're not I suggest the first two albums. Another note, they make a fun live show, though I really wish they'd played more songs instead of breaking into "Caraluna" 5 times during the same set. (no exaggeration. five times. one show. yeesh.)