Changüí is a kind of salsa invented by the great Elio Reve.
We hear him on this 1987 album which was taken from Cuba
by my good friend René, thanks again buddy. Elio Reve and
his Orquesta Reve were the only group that played in this
typical style, that is as far as I’m aware of. If you know any
other group that plays changüí, please let us know. Mean
time let’s listen and enjoy this album and the ones we
posted in the past (3), have fun doing so..
01 – Salgado
02 – No me cojan para eso
03 – Espero que pase el tiempo
04 – El palo de anon
05 – El ron pa’ despue’
06 – Injusta duda
07 – Ron pa ‘to’ el mundo
08 – Changüi clave
I just discovered your blog (Thanks Jillem) and have found some great stuff that I want to thank you for. I haven’t checked out any of the world music yet (don’t know where to start) – I’m a big reggae fan though. So far I’ve got the two Impressions records, King Floyd, Syl Johnson, Lee Dorsey and Captain Beefheart.
Thank You Very Much!
I’ll be back to check out some more stuff – thanks again.
hey Tommy, welcome to the GG.
..want some great reggae ? check my Reggae Monster Original series,