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Although this can be heard in our debut trio album, “Personalities”, I decided to revisit this song by Cuban-rocker Carlos Varela to document it with the sonority of a string quartet. I clearly have a hard time abandoning the timbre all together because three out of our previous four albums have the sound of the string quartet.
The panorama of Cuban music spans from rumba and son to symphonic classical and rock music. Cuba is rich in biodiversity as well as musical expression and I whole heartedly believe that this diversity is the key to ensuring a thriving, living, cultural environment. This is a song written by a Cuban rocker about “Bola de Nieve” (born Ignacio Jacinto Villa Fernández), one of Cuba’s most beloved entertainers from the 20th century: a black, closeted gay singer-pianist and songwriter who died in Mexico City in 1971.
Arriving at a time of often loud, high-pitched debate, Sikame, the new recording by Spanish singer/ songwriter Lara Bello, makes a subtle but powerful statement about borders and immigrants. Fabian Almazan