El Trabuco Venezolano Vol. IV

El Trabuco Venezolano Vol. IV
Studio album by El Trabuco Venezolano
Released 1984
Recorded 1984
Genre Jazz band, Latin American music
Length 41:45
Label Jerm'z Records
Producer Orlando Montiel
Alberto Naranjo
El Trabuco Venezolano chronology
Irakere & Trabuco – En Vivo, Poliedro de Caracas, Mayo 15' 81 El Trabuco Venezolano Vol. IV Imagen Latina

El Trabuco Venezolano Vol. IV is a studio Vinyl LP by Venezuelan musician Alberto Naranjo, originally released in 1984 and partially reedited in two CD albums titled El Trabuco Venezolano 1977 - 1984' Vol. 1 (1994) and Vol. 2 (1995). It is the sixth of seven albums (two live albums) of the El Trabuco Venezolano musical project arranged and directed by Naranjo. The art cover include an article, signed by Humberto Márquez, entitled La flor y nata (crème de la crème or creme of the crop), which is also used to refer to this LP.

Contents

Personnel

Guests

Track listing

 # Song Composer(s) Vocal(s) Solo(s) Time
A1 No me engañas Pablo Cairo C. D. Palacios Vilela  4:17
A2 Rosa de la noche Mariela Romero
Angel Melo
Ricardo Quintero  6:34
A3 Brujería Napoleón Baltodano J. Ruiz  4:54
A4 Alna Blues Alberto Naranjo Instrumental Aranguren, Silva,
Freire (ten), Navarro
 5:09
B5 Desilusión Juan Vicente Torrealba C. Espósito Del Real  8:18
B6 A pesar de usted Chico Buarque Víctor Jiménez  3:56
B7 La orquesta de moda José Navarro J. Ruiz Naranjo (dm)  4:56
B8 No quiero confusión José Luis Cortés C. D. Palacios Rengifo  4:56
Total time 43:48

Other credits

  • Artistic and executive producer: Orlando Montiel
  • Musical director and associate producer: Alberto Naranjo
  • Production manager: Rafael Rivas
  • Staff coordinator: Freddy Sanz
  • Photos: Mario Abate (cover) and Orlando Montiel (back)
  • Texts: Humberto Márquez (cover) and Lil Rodríguez (back)
  • Label: Jerm'z Records C. A. - LPJ/CJ-3222 (P)
  • Place of Recording: Estudios Audio Suárez
  • Recording and mixing engineers: Gustavo and Mario Quintero M. and Alberto Naranjo
  • Produced in Caracas, Venezuela, 1984

External links

  • Anapapaya.com
  • Salsa2u.com
  • Sincopa.com
  • Venciclopedia.com
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