ENRIQUE PLÁ, THE DRUMS OF CUBA
Vuelve a sacudirse el continente, Pablo Milanes' song of the album Enrique Plá, the drums of Cuba, exploits all the ways and forms of Cuban percussion in a sweeping musical onslaught that conquers the pulses and beats of the audiences.
Enrique Plá, a virtuos drummer born on May 22, 1949 in Santa Clara, leads that Afrocuban force that finds, in the emancipating song of singer Milanés, the exact keys to seduce.
Enrique Plá, the drums of Cuba is an album that shows the codes and wisdom of this exceptional percussionist, who has the experience of his passing by the Cuban Orchestra of Modern Music of Armando Romeu González and by Irakere. To this is added his performance in the National Symphony Orchestra (19681971) and Ernán López-nussa Trio.
Edited by Bis Music, Artex SA'S recording house, Enrique Plá, the drums of Cuba is an album made up of nine singles that, under the approach of filmmakers Mayra María García and Enrique Carballea, reflects with sensitivity and success his musical mastery trapping the most demanding music lover.
In th álbum we will enjoy the performance of prominent musicians such as Chucho Valdés, Silvio Rodríguez, Pablo Milanés, Oscar Valdés, Bobby Carcassés, Ernán López-nussa, Mayito Rivera, Haydeé Milanés, Kelvis Ochoa, Robertico Carcassés, Jorge Luis Chicoy, César López, Jorge Reyes, Gastón Joya , Julito Padrón, Yasek Manzano, Carlos Manuel Miyares, Niurka González Núñez, Yaroldy Abreu, Adel González, Rodney Barreto and Oliver Valdés.