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Papa Orbe has been rocking the latin scene with his dynamite shows for more than three decades. He started his career in the legendary Felix Chappottín’s cuban Son band and shortly after he moved to Colombia where he joined Totó La Momposina’s band and worked for the Fuentes label.
By the late 90’s he toured Europe several times and decided to settle in Barcelona where he recorded, arranged and played for numerous bands and Lp’s such as Radio Malanga’s Joff Tongor and Playing For Change.
We introduce Orbe’s debut album under his own name, going back to his roots with a strong combination of cubop, latin rhythms and a heavy 70’s salsa and jazz influence.
released February 25, 2022
PAPA ORBE: Lead vocals, cuban tres, backing vocals, arrangements and production on all tracks. All compositions except "Mambo Infierno”, bongó on “Ají Chiquitico”
Lorenzo “El Diablo” Barriendos - Baby bass on all tracks except “Sabrosura Na Má” & Double bass
Miguel Ramón - Electric guitar
David Jácome - Tenor sax & flute
Albert Costa Vendrel - Trombone
Yoan Sanchez - Timbal
Lenin "Güiroloco”Jimenez: Bongó (except on “Ají Chiquitico”), maracas, chequere, güiro, vocals (pregones) on “Ají Chiquitico”
Carlos "Compota" Reyes - Congas
Backing vocals: Lenin “Güiroloco” Jiménez, Marcelo “Chelosaoko & La Calor” Rosero, Rangel García, Papa Orbe
Arturo Roberto Gooding Panee - Lead vocals on “Sabrosura Na má”
Marcelo "Chelosaoko & La Calor" Rosero on “Panamangui”
Lenin "Güiroloco”Jimenez on “Ají Chiquitico”,
Robin Reyes (courtesy of “Latin Song Productions”) - Baby Bass on “Sabrosura Na Má”