Jesus Alejandro "El Niño" De Rumba En Rumba

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A delicious set of big band danceable Salsas with a touch of romantic Latin Bolero and Cuban Son added to the tasty mix. Jesus Alejandro has found inspiration in the women in his life, his father and his most admired piano player, Yoel Diaz.


Album Notes

Jesus Alejandro “El Niño” was born and raised in Havana, Cuba. At an early age he developed a strong affinity for the music of his native Cuba. By the age of seven, Jesus started playing a variety of instruments. Among his favorites are the guitar, bass, piano and flute. In 1978, Jesus Alejandro made his transition into the music scene as an arranger, rapidly developing a unique style and technique as he worked with fellow musicians in the United States. In 1980, Niño formed a musical group: "Versailles", and signed his first recording contract in 1981 with CBS (currently Sony Music). Since then, el Niño has proven his skills as a player and avid arranger/composer, working with well known artists in the Latin venue, among them: "Hansel and Raul", "Roberto Torres", "Oscar D'Leon", "Ricardo Lemvo & Makina Loca".
At present residing in Cozumel, Mexico, Jesus is an annual performer at the Montreal International Jazz Festival.
As a songwriter he has created hundreds of original musical compositions, many of which have been featured in Films and Television, among them Showtime’s “Dexter”; FX series “The Shield”;” CBS's “Medium,” “CSI:N.Y.,” “CSI:Miami,” and “CSI:Los Angeles;” NBC's “Chuck” and “Royal Pains”; “Burn Notice,” (USA); and feature films including: “Gran Torino,” “10 Items or Less,” “Happy Endings,” “Laws of Attraction,” “All Good Things” (The Weinstein Co.), and many more.

 

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Bruca Manigua– Arsenio Rodriguez

            Jesus Alejandro “El Niño”: Bass, Small percussion, Lead and Background Vocals

            Eduardo Sanchez: Trumpets

            Yordan Martinez: Trombone

            Gregory Moya: Timbales, Conga, Bongo

            Yoel Diaz: Piano

            Neiver A. Alvarez: Background Vocals

 

Como Te Atreves– Jesus A. Perez-Alvarez

            Jesus Alejandro “El Niño”: Guitar, Requinto, Bass, Small percussion, 

                        Lead and Background Vocals

            Gregory Moya: Congas, Bongos

            Eduardo Sanchez: French Horns

            Giovanny Arteaga: Sax Soprano Solo

            Arden Arapia: Electric Piano

            Adan de Dios: Background Vocals

 

Danzoneando– Yoel Diaz

            Jesus Alejandro “El Niño”: Bass, Flute, Vocals

            Yoel Diaz: Piano

            Eugenio Kiko Osorio: Congas, Timbales, Guiro

            Melanie Belair, Sonia Hernandez: Violins          

 

De Guinga– Jesus A. Perez-Alvarez

            Jesus Alejandro “El Niño”: Bass, Piano, Flute, Keys/strings, 

                        Lead and Background Vocals

            Gregory Moya: Timbales, Conga, Guiro

            Yordan Martinez: Trombones

 

De Rumba En Rumba– Jesus A. Perez-Alvarez

            Jesus Alejandro “El Niño”: Bass, Piano, Small percussion, 

                        Lead and Background Vocals

            Gregory Moya: Timbales, Conga, Bongoes, Quinto

            Eduardo Sanchez: Trumpets

            Yordan Martinez: Trombones

            Eugenio Kiko Osorio: Background Vocals

 

Entre Tu Y Yo– Jesus A. Perez-Alvarez

            Jesus Alejandro “El Niño”: Bass, Piano, Small percussion, 

                        Lead and Background Vocals

            Eduardo Sanchez: Trumpets

            Yordan Martinez: Trombones

            Gregory Moya: Timbales, Conga, Bongoes

            Ariel Arguelles: Background Vocals

 

La Ley Y El Orden– Jesus A. Perez-Alvarez                     

            Jesus Alejandro “El Niño”: Bass, Piano, Small percussion, 

                        Guitar Solo, Lead and Background Vocals

            Edwin Bonilla: Congas, Bongoes, Timbales, Maracas, Guiro

            Eduardo Sanchez: Trumpets, French Horns

            Eugenio Kiko Osorio: Background Vocals

 

Mariana– Jesus A. Perez-Alvarez

            Jesus Alejandro “El Niño”: Bass, Piano, Small percussion, Trés,

                        Lead and Background Vocals

            Gregory Moya: Timbales, Congas, Chequere

            Eduardo Sanchez: Trumpet                          

            Yordan Martinez: Trombones                      

            Orlando Lalo Lavielle: Quinto and Batá (Iya)

            Eugenio Kiko Osorio: Background Vocals

 

Pichon De Rumbero– Jesus A. Perez-Alvarez

            Jesus Alejandro “El Niño”: Bass, Piano, Small percussion, 

                        Lead and Background Vocals

            Eduardo Sanchez: Trumpets

            Yordan Martinez: Trombones

            Gregory Moya: Timbales, Congas, Bongo

            Ariel Arguelles: Background Vocals

 

Tan Linda– Jesus A. Perez-Alvarez

            Jesus Alejandro “El Niño”: Bass, Piano, Small percussion, 

                        Lead and Background Vocals

            Eduardo Sanchez: Trumpets

            Yordan Martinez: Trombones

            Gregory Moya: Timbales, Congas, Bongo

            Ariel Arguelles: Background Vocals

 

Yo Sabia– Jesus A. Perez-Alvarez

            Jesus Alejandro “El Niño”: Bass, Piano, Small percussion, 

                        Lead and Background Vocals

            Eduardo Sanchez: Trumpets

            Yordan Martinez: Trombones

            Eugenio Kiko Osorio: Background Vocals

 

 

All songs arranged by Jesus Alejandro “El Niño”

 

Produced by Daniel Indart

Executive Producer: Sara Traina

Engineered by Ricky Campanelli, Montreal, Canada

Graphic Design: Hector Cortez

 

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