“light day”, a duet song with the Colombian Juanes, anticipates Love and Sauce, the posthumous album of Pablo Milanes. It was released this Friday in various music platforms.
In this song “Pablo recounts a circumstance of personal and social uncertainty, in which the love of a couple who takes care of and protects themselves in their most private sphere, isolated from an insecure world, is exalted,” says the official page that now promotes and watch over the legacy by Pablo Milanes.
It is “a theme that musically took to the most authentic expression of the traditional Cuban Son due to its stable rhythm and its delicate melodic designs typical of the style.”
It was “interpreted as a duet with the Colombian singer-songwriter Juanes with a delicacy and tenderness that will amaze and excite both the author’s followers and the admirers of this other great song that is Juanes”, it is noted on the page.
Milanés’ posthumous album brings songs brought to the salsa genre thanks to the arrangements by Dagoberto González Jr., the musical director and producer of this project, recorded between Havana, Madrid, Miami, Puerto Rico, New Jersey and New York.
Pablo Milanés, who would have turned 80 on February 24, was one of the most recognized voices in Cuban music, founder and creator of the Nueva Trova sound along with artists such as Silvio Rodríguez and Noel Nicola.
Author of classics such as “Yolanda”, Milanés published more than 40 albums throughout his career and won, among others, the Cuban National Music Award and the Latin Grammy for musical excellence.