» » Ruben Rada - Montevideo
Ruben Rada - Montevideo flac album

Ruben Rada - Montevideo flac album

MP3 1170 mb. | FLAC 1856 mb. | WMA 1607 mb.

Performer: Ruben Rada
Title: Montevideo
Country: Argentina
Released: 1996
Category: Jazz / Latin / Folk, Country
Rating: 4.2 ✦

Ruben Rada ‎– Montevideo. Label: Big World Music ‎– BW2017. Lovely John (Amado John). Composed By – Ruben Rada. 13. Sueño Contigo (I Dream With You). 14. Candombe Pa'l Fatto (Candombe For Fatto).

Omár Rubén "Negro" Rada Silva (born 16 July 1943) is a Uruguayan percussionist, composer, and singer. He is closely associated with candombe, a genre built around a chorus of tamboriles, Uruguayan barrel drums. Rada has recorded more than thirty albums. His music, labelled candombe beat, combines pop, rock, and other styles with Uruguayan sounds, such as candombe drums and murga choruses. Rada has composed some of Uruguay's most cherished songs.

Del Cordon Studios, Montevideo, Uruguay. Eastside Sound, New York, NY. Submit Corrections. Joyous Organic Passionate Rousing.

Este CD de Rada me decepciono. La musica es buena en composicion y ritmo, pero el album en general no te agarra como para que chapes el fono y le digas a todos los yoruguas de por ai que se lo tienen que comprar. 2 people found this helpful. Ruben "El Negro" Rada is a living legend in Uruguay. His rhytm and music expose the roots of our country popular 'Candombe', merging it with the music he loves, Blues and Rock&Roll.

Chords for Rubén Rada- Montevideo (Del album La Banda- 1979). Play along with guitar, ukulele, or piano with interactive chords and diagrams. Includes transpose, capo hints, changing speed and much more. Loading the chords for 'Rubén Rada- Montevideo (Del album La Banda- 1979)'.

Rubén Rada (born 17 July 1943); moniker "El Negro Rada") is an Afro-Uruguayan percussionist, composer and singer. He is closely associated with candombe, an Afro–Uruguayan music and dance genre that is built around a chorus of tamboriles – Uruguayan barrel drums. In Argentina, he also became extremely popular and recorded many albums. His awarded album ¿Quién va a cantar?

Listen to Montevideo now. Listen to Montevideo in full in the this site app. Play on this site.

Ruben Rada is a famous Uruguayan composer and singer. This biography gives detailed information about his childhood, life, works and timeline. Ruben Rada is a famous Uruguayan composer and singer. In 2006, he was again awarded with a Gardel Award. It was given to him for his successful album Richie Silver. In 2011, the Latin Recording Academy bestowed the prestigious Lifetime Achievement Award on Ruben Rada. He was given the honor due to his amazing innovation involving musical integration.

Montevideo Dos (1999).

Tracklist Hide Credits

1 Dedos (Fingers)
Arranged By [Horns - Transcribed by] – Tom "Bones" Malone*Arranged By [Horns] – Hugo FattorusoComposed By – Eduardo Useta, Ruben Rada
2 Sud Africa Canción Antigua (South Africa Antiquity)
Composed By – Ruben Rada
3 Sale El Sol (The Sun Rises)
Composed By – Ruben Rada
4 Sin Salida (No Way Out)
Backing Vocals – Carol Moore, Maritza Izquierdo, Napua Davoy, Paulette McWilliams, Robbi Hall, Thuli Dumakude*Composed By – Ruben Rada
5 El Negro Chino (The Black Chinese)
Backing Vocals – Carol MooreComposed By – R. Nole*, Ruben Rada
6 El Dia Que Me Quieras (The Day You Love Me)
Composed By – Carlos Gardel
7 Candombe Para Gardel (Candombe For Carlos Gardel)
Composed By – Ruben Rada
8 Santanita
Composed By – Hugo Fattoruso, Ruben Rada
9 Mamita (Mother)
Composed By – Ruben Rada
10 Montevideo
Composed By – Hugo Fattoruso, Ruben Rada
11 Lovely John (Amado John)
Composed By – Ruben Rada
12 Somalia
Composed By – Ruben Rada
13 Sueño Contigo (I Dream With You)
Composed By – Ruben Rada
14 Candombe Pa'l Fatto (Candombe For Fatto)
Composed By – Ruben Rada

Companies, etc.

  • Copyright (c) – Big World Music, Inc.
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Big World Music, Inc.
  • Recorded At – Eastside Sound, New York City
  • Mixed At – Eastside Sound, New York City
  • Mastered At – Master Cutting Room


  • Accordion – Hugo Fattoruso (tracks: 6,11,12,13)
  • Acoustic Guitar – J.P. Beledo* (tracks: 7,12), Hugo Fattoruso (tracks: 11)
  • Bagpipes – Steve Fox (tracks: 11)
  • Bass – Bakithi Kumalo (tracks: 1,4,5,8,12), Ringo Thielmann (tracks: 7)
  • Bass [Keyboard Bass] – Hugo Fattoruso (tracks: 2,10,11)
  • Clarinet – Dave Hopkins* (tracks: 7)
  • Drums – Anton Fig (tracks: 1,4,5), Hector Prendez (tracks: 7)
  • Drums [Candombe] – Hugo Fattoruso (tracks: 10,14), Ruben Rada (tracks: 7,10,14)
  • Electric Guitar – J.P. Beledo* (tracks: 5), Hiram Bullock (tracks: 1,4,8), Neil Weiss (tracks: 11)
  • Engineer – A.W. Dick, Tom Swift
  • Executive-Producer – Neil Weiss
  • Fiddle – Mark Feldman (tracks: 11)
  • Flugelhorn – Alexander Sipiagin* (tracks: 5,10)
  • Harmonica – William Galison (tracks: 8)
  • Keyboards – Hugo Fattoruso (tracks: 1,4,5,6,8,10,11)
  • Mastered By – Kevin Hodge
  • Mixed By – Hugo Fattoruso, Neil Weiss
  • Percussion – Ruben Rada (tracks: 1,2,4,5,8,9,11,12,13)
  • Percussion [Chico Drum] – Ramón Echegaray* (tracks: 10)
  • Percussion [Piano Drum] – Arturo Prendez (tracks: 10,14), Hugo Fattoruso (tracks: 12)
  • Piano – Hugo Fattoruso (tracks: 7,13,14)
  • Producer – Hugo Fattoruso, Neil Weiss, Ruben Rada
  • Saxophone – Alex Foster (tracks: 10), Tom "Bones" Malone* (tracks: 1)
  • Sequencer, Programmed By – Hugo Fattoruso (tracks: 3)
  • Tabla – Paul Leak* (tracks: 11)
  • Tambora, Sitar – Mark Lutnes (tracks: 11)
  • Trombone – Tom "Bones" Malone* (tracks: 1)
  • Trumpet – Alexander Sipiagin* (tracks: 1,5,11)
  • Vocals – Hugo Fattoruso (tracks: 1,3,11), Ruben Rada (tracks: 1-7,9-14)


12 page booklet with English and Spanish Lyrics and Credits, and musician's pictures.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 7 36589-2017-2 8

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
9813-13620-9 Ruben Rada Montevideo ‎(CD, Album, RE, RM) Pelo Music 9813-13620-9 Argentina 2013
5541-2 Ruben Rada Montevideo ‎(CD, Album, RE) Montevideo Music Group 5541-2 Uruguay 2013