Hot Rhythm the Ensemble reappears with “I made you a Woman”
When the river sounds it is because stones brings; Just knowing that two widely known characters from the international art world sponsor this record release, it is reason to pay attention to it.
They are Venezuelan world baseball champion Oswaldo “Ozzie” Guillén and Chilean journalist and broadcaster specializing in music, Rafael Fuentes Jr.
This is Ritmo Caliente El Conjunto, a music sextet aimed at the true connoisseur of good salsa, especially lovers of the hot dance that they like so much in the most remote musical spaces on the planet.
Great expectation reigns in the international salsa scene for the release of the second single from the sextet Ritmo Caliente El Conjunto, which had a successful debut a few months ago with the song “Mi social”.
Now they are ready to face the demanding public with a composition by Rodrigo Mendoza dedicated to women.
It is an ode to that being so important in our lives, especially in these times of pandemic where they have managed to stay on their feet and face any situation, not only on the love plane, but also on any other level.
“I made you a woman” is a composition made by the famous vocalist during an artistic tour carried out in the 90s together with the Latin Dimension for Europe orchestra with which he remained for a long time with quite notoriety.
Ritmo Caliente El Conjunto, is a great musical machinery directed by the expert producer Luis “Redlouis Alzuarde, the result of a project carefully studied after a long time of marketing research taking into consideration what the music lovers following this musical trend want that charges more and more fans.
It is not a casual product. On the contrary, many hours have been invested in the search for a result as good as the one obtained by this expert character from the show busines.
“I made you a woman” was recorded in a pandemic in three Venezuelan studios with high digital technology under the direction of renowned vibraphone player Alfredo “Guajeo” Naranjo.
Along with the album, the product is backed by a video made by Adrian Naranjo where some interesting aspects of the production are shown.
Not only the lyrics are of great impact but also the rhythm in rhythm time that the dancer is looking for. It includes batá drums that impregnate a formidable and very unique rhythmic sound to the most demanding.
– MIGUEL “MIGUITO” URBINA – TOMBADORAS & CORO
– JOSÉ “CHEO” NAVARRO – TIMBAL
– HEYZER “EL MONAGUILLO” CABRERA – BONGO & CORO
– JOSÉ “MORTADELO” SOTO – BAJO & CORO
– FRANCISCO “PANCHO” SANTANGELO – PIANO
– RODRIGO MENDOZA – VOICE LEADER
– ALFREDO “GUAJEO” NARANJO – VIBRÁFONO & DIRECTOR MUSICAL
LUIS ALBERTO ROJAS
Manager, Producer & Booking.