A posthumous album of Pablo Milanes will be released soon under the title love and sauceas announced today by the official website of the artist who died last November.
“It is an album that tries to recreate salsa music, about the Cuban son,” said Milanés himself in the video that accompanies the ad. The work has exclusive arrangements by Dagoberto González Jr., who is its musical director and producer.
For this work, Milanés surrounded himself with great music artists such as Alejandro Sanz, Gilberto Santa Rosa, Andy Montañez, Juanes, Diego Torres and Oscar D’León.
Rosario, Ismael Miranda, Luis Enrique, La India, Francisco Céspedes, Ana Belén, El Canario, Aymée Nuviola, Gonzalo Rubalcaba, Yotuel, Caco Senante, Víctor Manuelle and Isaac Delgado also participated.
The album covers classic songs from Milanés’ repertoire, as well as some unpublished ones gathered in 18 collaborations. It also incorporates two songs that Milanés performed solo, according to the note.
love and sauce It was recorded between Havana, Madrid, Miami, Puerto Rico, New Jersey and New York and adds “to the enormous legacy that the Cuban composer left us throughout his artistic career.”
This is the first record work in which Milanés fully immersed himself in salsa music, although in 1995 he joined his discography Pablo Milanes. Also… The Saucewhere fourteen of his songs were performed by groups such as La Sonora Ponceña and El Gran Combo.
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Pablo Milanes. Also… The Sauce It also had the collaboration of performers such as Santa Rosa and Delgado.
But, salsa or danceable music, be it son or timba, have been present in productions such as dear paul (2001), in addition to the incredible works of Milanés together with greats of the Cuban tradition such as Miguelito Cuní and Compay Segundo.