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Tumi Album Entra y Sale
Entra y sale
Rompesaraguey
Aris Garit

The sound of Rompesaraguey is full, deep in the Cuban tradition but played with unusual sensitivity. Their vocal harmonies are well elaborated and mellow.

"Entra y sale" is a soft Son accompanied by flute.

The story is that love starts in the kitchen...

Tumi Album Entra y Sale
Atrévete
feat. Rompesaraguey
Aris Garit

"Atrévete" let me discover the mystery of your body which does not allow me to live....The sound of Rompesaraguey is full, deep in the Cuban tradition but played with unusual sensitivity. Their vocal harmonies are well elaborated and mellow

Tumi Album Entra y Sale
El kilo no tiene vuelto
Rompesaraguey
Raúl Martínez Torres

"El kilo no tiene vuelto", tonight is hot and we do not have a penny. Let us go to the beach and wait for the sunrise....The sound of Rompesaraguey is full, deep in the Cuban tradition but played with unusual sensitivity. Their vocal harmonies are well elaborated and mellow

Tumi Album Entra y Sale
Pa' Levantar presión
feat. Rompesaraguey
Aris Garit

"Pa' Levantar presión" let us have a drink so that the pressure goes up and we can have fun aagain..The sound of Rompesaraguey is full, deep in the Cuban tradition but played with unusual sensitivity. Their vocal harmonies are well elaborated and mellow

Tumi Album Entra y Sale
Naúfrago
Rompesaraguey
Deyvis Pérez

"Naúfrago", a beautiful balada about the stars, love and harmoney...The sound of Rompesaraguey is full, deep in the Cuban tradition but played with unusual sensitivity. Their vocal harmonies are well elaborated and mellow

Tumi Album Entra y Sale
No quiero ruido
Rompesaraguey
Aris Garit

"No quiero ruido" is a tradional son. The sound of Rompesaraguey is full, deep in the Cuban tradition but played with unusual sensitivity. Their vocal harmonies are well elaborated and mellow

Tumi Album Entra y Sale
Muchacha de Porcelana
feat. Rompesaraguey
Aris Garit

"Muchacha de Porcelana" is about a lover that he had and she was very expensive and always wanted to eat in the most expensive places....The sound of Rompesaraguey is full, deep in the Cuban tradition but played with unusual sensitivity. Their vocal harmonies are well elaborated and mellow

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