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Merceditas Valdes - Ache
Merceditas Valdes - Ache
Performer: Merceditas Valdes
Title: Ache
Label: Artex
Country: Canada
Style: Afro-Cuban
Cat: C.D. 010
Rating: 4.1/5
Format: MP3, FLAC, WMA
FLAC size: 1569 mb | MP3 size: 2776 mb | WMA size: 2754 mb
Genre: Latin
Tracklist

1Lacho3:16
2Mango Mangué4:00
3Obatalá
Written-By – Folklórico
4:24
4Changó
Written-By – Folklórico
3:00
5Ochún3:54
6Drume Negrita
Written-By – Ernesto Grenet
3:58
7Ogún
Written-By – Folklórico
4:20
8Eleguá
Written-By – Folklórico
5:26
9Yambambó
Written-By – Grenet, Guillén
3:40
10Quirino
Written-By – Eliseo Grenet, N. Guillén
3:24

Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
LD 230, LD-230Merceditas Valdes Ache ‎(LP)Siboney , Siboney LD 230, LD-230Cuba1982

Credits

  • DesignSuitberto Goire
  • Directed By [Director Musical]Guillermo Barreto
  • EngineerOscar Perez
  • EnsembleTambores Batá
  • Ensemble [Grupo]Isupo Iraguo
  • Liner NotesNancy Robinson Calvet
  • Mastered ByAlom
  • MusicianElio Valdés, Guillermo Barreto, Miguel O'Farrill, Orlando "Cachaíto" López, Tata Güines
  • Musician, GuiroGustavo Tamayo
  • Musician, Leader [Isupo Iraguo, Los Tambores Batá ]Jesus Perez
  • Musician, PianoFrank Emilio
  • Photography ByArmando Mitchel, Gloria Figueras
  • ProducerRodulfo Vaillant
  • VocalsMerceditas Valdes

Notes

Track 3 credited as being "D.R."

Cuban artist, CD version is made in Canada.

Barcodes

  • Matrix / Runout: BT 91 CD-010 made by/fabriqué par DISC AMERIC CANADA

Companies

  • Record Company – Empresa De Grabaciones Y Ediciones Musicales (Egrem)

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Album

Under the aegis of ethnomusicologists Fernando Ortiz and Obdulio Morales, Valdés helped popularize Afro-Cuban music throughout Latin America. In 1949, she became one of the first female Santería singers to be recorded. Her debut album was released at the start of the 1960s, when the Cuban government nationalized the record industry. 9 tracks 36:12. Latino 2018. It was a return to recording after a long absence from the studio, and the first of four albums of Yoruba-roots influenced music. The album won an EGREM prize. Aché is the Cuban spelling of Ase, the Orisha term for life power, and Valdés herself was sometimes known by the nickname Little Aché. Elegua, 05:25. Quirino, 03:24. Aché album. Just better. For the Foetus album, see Ache album. Studio album by. added date. Aché is the Cuban spelling of Ase the Orisha term for life power, and Valdés herself was sometimes known by the nickname Little Aché. Después del merecido reconocimiento obtenido por Aché I, ganador en su categoría del Premio EGREM 1987 enfocado hacia el tema afrocubano y la canción de cuna