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Tumi Album Hibrid
Dale
Tomezclao, La Crema, El Conejo, Lyng Chang, Yusi Gonzalez and Julio Montoro feat. Edisio Alejandro
Julio Montoro

A Pop - Fusion of Rap/Popular music,terrifically a happy song with a great bass with special appearance of La Crema, Edisio Alejandro and El Conejo.

Tumi Album Flamenco
Brisa mañanera
Tomezclao, Julio Montoro, Luis Alberto Vicet Vives(La Crema), Yusi Gonzalez and Carlos EStevez feat. Andres Vadin
Mo Fini

A medium slow nostalgic melody instrumental version referring to emigrants and returning home. The song is about going back home where one's original roots are and where all childhood memories belong. This song is also available in French, English, Persian and Flamenco as well as.

Tumi Album Flamenco
Celos de tu sombra
Tomezclao, Julio Montoro, Luis Alberto Vicet Vives(La Crema), Yusi Gonzalez and Carlos EStevez feat. Andres Vadin
Yoandy Castro

A medium fast Flamenco instrumental. The song is rather nostalgic and sad but at the same time builds up a positive energy and inspiration. Along with its Spanish origins, Gypsy, Byzantine, Sephardic and Moorish elements have often been cited as influences in the development of flamenco. Also available with vocals and in Salsa.

Tumi Album Flamenco
Te quiero junto a mi
Tomezclao, Julio Montoro, Luis Alberto Vicet Vives(La Crema), Yusi Gonzalez and Carlos EStevez feat. Andres Vadin
Yuximy Gonzalez Sanchez

A slow acoustic Flamenco instrumental. The song is rather up-beat and full of positive energy and inspiration. Along with its Spanish origins, Gypsy, Byzantine, Sephardic and Moorish elements have often been cited as influences in the development of flamenco. Also available in tropical.

Tumi Album Flamenco
Esta vida
Tomezclao, Julio Montoro, Luis Alberto Vicet Vives(La Crema), Yusi Gonzalez and Carlos EStevez feat. Andres Vadin
Lyng Chang

A fast Flamenco instrumental. The original version of this tune is in Salsa. Along with its Spanish origins, Gypsy, Byzantine, Sephardic and Moorish elements have often been cited as influences in the development of flamenco. Also available in tropical version..

Tumi Album Flamenco
Maldicion Gitana
Tomezclao, Julio Montoro, Luis Alberto Vicet Vives(La Crema), Yusi Gonzalez and Carlos EStevez feat. Andres Vadin
Julio Montoro

An uptempo Flamenco instrumental with breaks in-between. Along with its Spanish origins, Gypsy, Byzantine, Sephardic and Moorish elements have often been cited as influences in the development of flamenco. Also available in tropical and salsa.

Tumi Album Seduction
Somos hermanos
Tomezclao, Julio Montoro, La Crema, El Conejo and Lyng Chang
Mo Fini

A medium temp reggae tune referring to all races being of the same colour and brotherhood. We are brothers....referring to all races and colours particularly black and white races. The first part is in Spanish but the second part is in English.

Tumi Album Seduction
Esta noche
Tomezclao, Conejo, Crema, Yusi Gonzalez, Lyng Chang, Yonaiky Gonzalez and Julio Montoro
Lyng Chang

Afast tempo tune fresh up beat sensational pop, remix, dance tune from a top Cuban contemporary band. Also available instrumental version of this song.

Tumi Album Soho
Oropel
Domingo Candelario, Yusimil Gonzalez, Carlos Miyares (Chaka), Víctor López , Juan Kemell, Yan Regueiro Garcia, Julio Montoro and Luis Alberto Vicet Vives(La Crema)
Domingo Candelario Acosta

When you approach slowly put honey in my faith

will have a moon in your chest

and a window on your skin

love burns and blood

smell a piece of mind

Look's like a light and tinsel

if they become my hands

your voice starts to rain

your lips are the pretext for help

a moment of warm memories

pride and shed the tear

and it's like nostalgia can not return

and your waist is like rain in two horizons of coffee

Meeting is for all the happiness

the blue mirror of my might.

Tumi Album Soho
Soledad
Domingo Candelario, Domingo Candelario Acosta, Julio Montoro, Yusimil Gonzalez, Carlos Miyares (Chaka), Juan Kemell, Yan Regueiro Garcia and Luis Alberto Vicet Vives(La Crema)
Domingo Candelario Acosta

loneliness

Fear was that he spoke to the heart so much disagreement between

the immense solitude

And it was that time he sang his farewell song from odor

Anxiety covered

I trust the veracity of repeated delay of a voice

he left without a goodbye, not knowing that I look from my solitude

Solitude Solitude always a cry in my heart behind the middle.

Tumi Album Soho
Confusion
Domingo Candelario, Joaquin Betancourt, Carlos Miyares (Chaka), Leo Ferreyra, Yusi Gonzalez, Luis Alberto Vicet Vives(La Crema), Julio Montoro, Yan Regueiro Garcia and Juan Kemell
Domingo Candelario Acosta

confusion

Tell me how you can avoid that dark storm horror which is now my life and mercilessly punished

tell me what it feels like sharing their fears chance returning their tastes without basilar

and something might perhaps be avoided

Tumi Album Soho
Esperanza
Domingo Candelario, Luis Alberto Vicet Vives(La Crema), Yan Regueiro Garcia, Juan Kemell, Julio Montoro, Carlos Miyares (Chaka) and Yusimil Gonzalez
Domingo Candelario Acosta

hope

I do not want your hair

only shine when the sun rises

I want my window glare

I do not want your eyes

sunflower cry when you die

undress you with my ballad

Hope flies with my song

cries the issue with my song

cries hope with my song

crying with emotion my song

and I m more

when the sea envy the world and stripped the man of lawlessness

I pick up the sky in your eyes

when there is no one and keep only you and me

will cover the desert with my wings

Hope flies with my song

crying with emotion my song

Hope cries cries with my song

the excitement with my song

and I m or more

Tumi Album Soho
Deja pasar el tiempo
Domingo Candelario, Yan Regueiro Garcia, Julio Montoro, Luis Alberto Vicet Vives(La Crema) and Yusimil Gonzalez feat. Laritza Bacallao
Domingo Candelario Acosta

Time passes

Leave allowed to spend time doing

let in the sunrise will attempt

all the rains to pass to leave.

and the heart is home from the top to the root

If you could buy all the reason to understand the passage of migrating from the Sun

Except where I put the fate

where stroke

and look at the soul and give

The Heart understood to exist over

But love covers only survive

In other sea salts

and another love kisses

always be my soul

waiting for your song

Sad will be the one you wanted to shed tears

Pride alone could console

Except where I put the fate

where stroke

and look at the soul and giving.

Tumi Album Soho
Amigos
Domingo Candelario, Julio Montoro and Juan Kemell feat. Laritza Bacallao and Domingo Candelario Acosta
Domingo Candelario Acosta

friends

There are friends that will eventually

leave the winter

Good memories with

moments and words of love

everyday life we shared dreams of youth

confidence comes from within

led us to think

arrive some place and the windows are open

entered the open windows that light that shines Your Heart

hopes to win the prize of the world to be free

sharing tunes that push the boundaries

arrive some place and the windows are open

entered the open windows that light that shines Your Heart

Tumi Album Soho
Solo asi
Domingo Candelario, Yusimil Gonzalez, Julio Montoro and Yan Regueiro Garcia feat. Laritza Bacallao
Domingo Candelario Acosta

only in this way

Today waves grow in my walk

the waves of your sea

You come to me when I left

is no sun or the state space

disillusionment lies a reason that escapes into another song

sometimes wanted to be what did not go because the soul was empty

and in another dimension of reason found calm the flood

remember the time we live in crazy and full of hope

I can not relive and never want to forget this love

doubt that I had forgiven

cool rain today on the threshold altar with melodies

you can not confuse the trampoline when you give him the jump you

replace lower is better to mourn terror

Sometimes the illusion of Heart perverts you from fear

and you have to grow because growth is overcome and touch the sky

'Remember that time we live full of madness and hope

I can not relive and never want to forget this love

doubt that I had forgiven

only in this way

as two different souls

only in this way

environment that are known

single and

a way of being able to hit wing wing ele ele alala

only in this way

The heart is not given away in the shade

only in this way

loneliness is an inside look for

only in this way

The will is an individual premise

only in this way

Fear if you are wrong

only in this way

If the embarrassment caused

only in this way

because no two truths at once to want no no

Tumi Album Soho
Yemaya
Domingo Candelario, Julio Montoro and Yusimil Gonzalez feat. Juan Kemell
Domingo Candelario Acosta

Yemaya

Meeting for clear or thirst

white interior fire

looking for in your water, clear corrupt wilderness of yesteryear

melodies in my window and your parquet

been looking back to see

Yemaya, Yemaya, yemeya, yemaya

Tumi Album Alma Latina
Alma Latina
Julio Montoro
Julio Montoro

A Reggae Funky tune taking its roots from all over Latin America.

Tumi Album Guajira Mas Guajira
Brisa mañanera
Eliades Ochoa, Maria Ochoa and Julio Montoro
Mo Fini

A slow temp melody. The lyrics refer to going back home, where he belongs. It is ideal for the immigrants full of nostalgia and sadness, but the same time full of hope for the future that one day he will go back home where his ancestors lived.

I want to return to my homeland

Where the ashes of my people fly

And return

I want to return to my homeland

Where wild flowers spring from the past

From the past

And not to miss

For one more day

The morning breeze washing my skin

Not to miss

For one more moment

The gentle dew of your sweet kisses

I want to return to my homeland

Where the ashes of my people fly

And return

I want to return to my homeland

Where wild flowers spring from the past

From the past

And i can't seem to close my eyes now

Without feeling your presence here

The fragrance of your perfume

Sets my heart alight

Don't want to wake up in a dream ,drifting through the dark

Looking for a lost star

Tumi Album Guajira Mas Guajira
Que sigan sonando las campanas
Eliades Ochoa and Julio Montoro feat. Alma Latina
Eliades Ochoa

A slow tempo melody written and played by the Grammy winner of Buena Vista Social Club artist Elaides Ochoa. It talks about the church bell keeping ringing and whilst the church bells keeps going his illusions will stay alive.

The bells of the church sound out,

And it is you, who comes to my imagination,

Soon you will be converted into a virgin,

In a saint of my devotion

Keep ringing the bells,

And the heart is waved more and closer

Figments that happen for the life,

Leaving traces with its illusion

But the bells keep on sounding,

I do not want to lose this illusion,

The day will come with the right sound

To bring the right message

Tumi Album Guajira Mas Guajira
Te sigo amando
Eliades Ochoa and Julio Montoro feat. Alma Latina
Julio Montoro

A medium tempo instrumental romantic melody with Piano and Saxophone.

Beautiful and seductive melody.

Tumi Album Guajira Mas Guajira (Instrumental)
Que sigan sonando las campanas
Eliades Ochoa and Julio Montoro feat. Alma Latina
Eliades Ochoa

A slow tempo melody written and played by the Grammy winner of Buena Vista Social Club artist Elaides Ochoa. THis is the instruemntal version of the song Que sigan sonando las campanas. It talks about the church bell keeping ringing and whilst the church bells keeps going his illusions will stay alive.

Tumi Album Guajira Mas Guajira (Instrumental)
Que viva la alegria
Eliades Ochoa and Julio Montoro feat. Alma Latina
Julio Montoro

An upbeat tropical melody. This is the instrumental version of the song "Que viva la alegria" Inviting everybody to the party to have fun and dance all night. The main vocal of Maria Ochoa and lots of male backing.

Tumi Album Guajira Mas Guajira (Instrumental)
Te sigo amando
Eliades Ochoa and Julio Montoro feat. Alma Latina
Julio Montoro

A medium tempo instrumental romantic melody with Piano and Saxophone.

Beautiful and seductive melody

Tumi Album Guajira Mas Guajira (Instrumental)
Ya esta el cafe
Julio Montoro and Eliades Ochoa feat. Alma Latina
Julio Montoro

An upbeat tropical melody. This is the instrumental version of Ya esta el cafe . much energy and swing. Combination of electric guitar of Julio Montero and acoustic guitar of Eliades Ochoa and backed by group Alma Latina.

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