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Myles Bigelow -Toto Berriel - El Rey De Los Truenos - (Pablo Martinez Remix) [Deep Culture Music]

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♫http://www.traxsource.com/title/572900/el-rey-de-los-truenos ►Deep Culture Music DCM028 | 2016-02-12 El Rey De Los Truenos Myles Bigelow, Toto Berriel El Rey De Los Truenos (Pablo Martinez Remix) Myles Bigelow, Toto Berriel, Pablo Martinez Deep Culture Music | 2016-02-12 | Afro House ►Myles Bigelow http://www.traxsource.com/artist/7942/myles-bigelow?ipp=100 ►Toto Berriel http://www.traxsource.com/artist/282104/toto-berriel?ipp=100 ►Pablo Martinez http://www.traxsource.com/artist/16548/pablo-martinez?ipp=100 ✖Respect The Artist By Purchasing Your Own Copy!! ✖All Rights Reserved To The Original Artists ✖Support The Artists & Buy Their Music ✖Upload For Promotional Purpose Only ✖No Copyright Infrigement Intended ✖If You Are The Producer,The Musician,The Remixer,The Music Label,The Artist & You Don't Want Me To Publish Your Material Anymore,Please Send Me A Message & I Immediately Remove It,Thank Written: M.Bigelow, C.Gestrin, I.Berriel Produced and Arranged: Myles Bigelow Mastered by Jamie Sitar Published by Deep Culture Music (ASCAP) Vocals: Toto Berriel Keyboards: Chris Gestrin Guitar: Russ Klyne Bata: Myles Bigelow Published by Deep Culture Music www.deepculturemusic.com El Rey De Los Truenos (The King of Thunder) is the Orisha known as Chango in the Afro Cuban religion called Santeria. Interpreted for the Dance floor by a combination of talented musicians in their own fields of music and the powerful vocals of Matanza, Cuba singer Toto Berriel. Toto is best known for being a member of world renown Cuban group Los Munequitos de Matanzas for 12 years. In this electric interpretation of Chango, Toto adjusts to the funked out sounds and gives you a powerful modern interpretation of a traditional AfroCuban folklore song. Adding to this enchanted vibe is Jazz pianist Chris Gestrin displaying his incredible musicality behind his love of vintage keyboards. Icing over the top of this song is the tastey skills of Guitarist Russ Klyne with his combination of deep pocket grooves and pedal effects. Adding to the force of this music is remixes by a combination of exciting producers. First up is Kiko Navarro who without realizing it, connected to this song in a very powerful way. This remix radiates the power of this Orisha with driving shekere and floor rattling kicks. Laced over top of the song are raw punchy synths. A guaranteed Afro floor banger. All of Kikos emotions and respect for his dear friend was channeled through this powerful remix. Kiko dedicates this remix to Luis Depreste. Next is the smooth vibey percussive flavor by Pablo Martinez. Pablo combines smooth synths with the playful voicings of West African djembe drums. Even with the smoothness Pablo still lays some nice punchy kicks and bass to keep the bottom charming the dance floor. Last but not least is Mateo Senolia with his approach in the spirit of a deep loft dance kind of vibe. While the impression of the song seems darker, its relentless groove keeps the dancefloor flowing. A great release to introduce a whole new chapter in ►Deep Culture Music ✖https://soundcloud.com/deepculturemusic ✖http://www.deepculturemusic.com/www.deepculturemusic.com/Home.html ✖https://www.facebook.com/Deep-Culture-Music-212425175488001/ ✖Disclaimer: I do not own any material in this post. If the owner doesn't wish to have their items on display, please contact me and I will remove it immediately ✖►TO OWNERS & COPYRIGHT HOLDERS ✖►NO COPYRIGHT INFRINGEMENT INTENDED