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Songs from The Capeman [Bonus Tracks]

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Product Details

  • Release Date: 7/27/2004
  • Label: Rhino
  • UPC: 081227890629
  • Catalog Number: 78906

Album Credits

Performance Credits
Paul Simon Primary Artist, Acoustic Guitar, Guitar, Vocals, Background Vocals, Hi String
Rubén Blades Vocals
Steve Cropper Guitar
David Mann Baritone Saxophone, Tenor Saxophone
Arlen Roth Acoustic Guitar, Guitar, Soloist
Kevin Harrison Background Vocals
Ednita Nazario Vocals
Milton Cardona Bongos, Conga, Maracas, Background Vocals, Claves, Guira
Danny Rivera Coro
Marc Anthony Vocals
Bobby Allende Bongos, Cymbals, Bell-tree
Robby Ameen Drums
John Beal Bass, Piano
Errol Crusher Bennett Shaker
Karen Bernod Background Vocals
Bobby Bright Background Vocals
Briz Background Vocals
Pablo Calogero Bass Clarinet, Baritone Saxophone
Richard Crooks Drums
Barry Danielian Flugelhorn
Ray de la Paz Background Vocals
Shannon Ford Drums
Bob Franceschini Soprano Saxophone
Mitch Frohman Tenor Saxophone, Tenor (Vocal)
Tony Garnier Bass
Myrna Lynn Gomila Vocals, Background Vocals
Paul Griffin Piano
Juliet Haffner Viola
Oscar Hernandez Synthesizer, Piano, Celeste, Glockenspiel, Vibes
Bill Holloman Trumpet, Tenor Saxophone
Derrick James Background Vocals
Kia Jeffries Background Vocals
Jay Leonhart Bass
Ozzie Melendez Trombone
Bernie Minoso Bass Guitar
Edgardo Miranda cuatro
Vincent Nguini Guitar, Electric Guitar
Horace Ott Piano
Paul Peabody Violin
Marc Quiñones Conga, Timbales
Angel Ramirez Jr. Background Vocals
Michael Ramos Accordion
Reuben Rodriguez Bass
Stewart Rose French Horn
Jimmy Sabater Conga, cowbell
Nestor Sanchez Background Vocals
Stanley Silverman Conductor
Edgar Stewart Background Vocals
Robby Turner Pedal Steel Guitar
Robert Vargas Background Vocals
Krista Bennion Feeney Violin
Nelson Gonzalez Tres, Plenaro
Paul Livant Guitar
John Walsh Trumpet
Frankie Negron Vocals, Falsetto
Luis Lopez Trombone
Wallace Richardson Guitar
Pablo Nunez Bongos, cowbell
Ray Vega Trumpet, Soloist
Laura Bontrager Cello
Chris Eminizer Tenor Saxophone
Hans Giraldo Background Vocals
Bakithi Kumalo Bass
Rubén Rodríguez Bass
Oriente Lopez Organ, Flute, fender rhodes
Luis Marrero Background Vocals
Marcia Butler Oboe
Angelo Aponte Background Vocals
Saturnino Laboy Acoustic Guitar, Guitar
Diomedes Matos Acoustic Guitar, Guitar
Sean Pulley Background Vocals
Teana Rodriguez Vocals, Background Vocals
Harper Simon Guitar, Harmonica
DeWayne Snype Background Vocals
Dionte Sutton Background Vocals
Trent Sutton Background Vocals
Johnny Andrews Timbales
Renee Connell-Adams Background Vocals
David Davila Background Vocals
Hechter Ubarry Background Vocals
Ed Vasquez Background Vocals
Sara Ramirez Vocals
Luis Antonio Lopez Trombone
David Rodriguez Jr. Trumpet, Soloist
Janet Hafner Viola
Johnny Montalvo Conga
Marc Quinines Conga, Timbales
David Andrew Mann Baritone Saxophone, Tenor Saxophone
Technical Credits
Paul Simon Composer, Producer, Liner Notes, Audio Production
Roy Halee Producer, Engineer, Vocal Engineer
Oscar Hernandez Horn Arrangements
Dan Hersch Remastering
Bill Inglot Remastering
Bob Ludwig Mastering
Victoria Miles Interviewer
Marc Quiñones Contributor
Stanley Silverman Orchestration
Rob Murphy Engineer
Andy Smith Engineer
Greg Pinto Engineer
Bob Crowley Cover Art
Derek Walcott Composer
Oriente Lopez Horn Arrangements
Clayton Wood Technical Maintenance
Paul "Scooby" Smith Technical Maintenance
Brent Spear Technical Maintenance
Gabe Pressman Interviewer
Marc Quinines Contributor
Daniel Hersch Remastering
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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    A masterpiece

    This is just a brilliant album. I am listening to it for the 1000th time and I just love the entire body of the recording. Paul's voice is top-notch, the lyrics are fabulous, the music, flawless. I highly recommend it.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    A top-notch, masterful cd

    I love this album a lot because it #1 has quite a bit of doo-wop and a lot of talented people and background vocalists. The first track, "Adios Hermanos," is a wonderful opening song for the album because it pretty much tells about Salvador Agron and Hernadez, the umbrella man. A very touching album and a colletion of unforgetable songs.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Unequivocally A Masterpiece

    SONGS FROM THE CAPEMAN is presently the only audio recording existing from Paul Simon's doomed Broadway extravaganza THE CAPEMAN. Surviving only a short run in late 1997 and early '98, this dramatized musical biography chronicled the sad life of Salvador Agron, a 16 year old Puerto Rican gang member who murdered two innocent by-standers in a gang war in New York's Hell's Kitchen on a hot August night in1959. Sentenced to prison for 20 years, he became a model prisoner and upon release was completely "rehabilitated." But the sins of the past haunted Agron for the rest of his life. Simon's concept album of the show, obviously a truncated version featuring 13 stunning songs, is one of his greatest achievements. Whatever the failings of the stage production (It was roundly panned by NY theater critics) the music and lyrics (co-written by Derek Walcott) reveal THE CAPEMAN to be a work of extraordinary beauty and insight. Paul Simon lends his vocals to most of the songs but is ably assisted by Marc Anthony, Rueben Blades and Ednita Nazario among other talented hispanic singers. Perhaps someday the complete score to the show will be released. For the present however, this album is proof positive that THE CAPEMAN boasted one of the greatest song scores of any Broadway musical in the past quarter- century. The doo-wop reverie SATIN SUMMER NIGHTS ; the ode to young love BERNADETTE and the unforgettably haunting TRAILWAYS BUS are masterpieces of songwriting.

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