Efr+¬n Rodr+¡guez Appears on
||Asi Soy CD (2008)
Efr+¬n Rodr+¡guez albums Unknown Contributor Role: Issac Delgado.
Arrangers: José Lugo; Sergio George; Tommy Villarini.
Personnel: Juan Mario "Mayito" Aracil (vocals); Pedrito Pérez (bajo sexto); Ismael Vergara, Angel Torres (saxophone); Efrén Rodríguez, Jan Duclerc, Dante Vargas (trumpet); Rafael Torres, ...
||Para Todo El Mundo CD (2001) |
Efr+¬n Rodr+¡guez songs This excellent Pedro Arroyo effort continues the quality that Vine Pa'Quedarme had established; the track "Lento Sin Pausa" was promoted as the single from Para Todo el Mundo, but the rest of the album ...
||Baila Conmigo CD (2003) |
Efr+¬n Rodr+¡guez music CDs Liner Note Authors: Johnny Rivera; Maelo Ruiz.
Directors: Luis Marin; Charlie Donato.
Arrangers: Cuto Soto; Humberto Ramírez; Isidro Infante; Luis Marin; Tommy Villarini.
Personnel: Miguel Rivera (vocals, trombone); Miguel Rodriguez (vocals); Charlie Rodriguez (tres); Jesus Caunedo (flute, ...
||Back To The Future CD (1999)
Efr+¬n Rodr+¡guez CD discography Spanning several decades of music making and countless groups, styles, and incarnations, the career of Puerto Rican percussionist Willie Rosario has been critically illustrious but commercially underwhelming. The bandleader has crafted a refined sound ...
||Live From San Juan, Puerto Rico CDs (2001)
Efr+¬n Rodr+¡guez albums Ismael Miranda continues to enhance his immense with this retrospective, recorded live in San Juan, Puerto Rico. Ismael still evokes sense of longing and excitement after more than three decades as a singer and ...
||Enamorado De La Paz CD (2002) |
Efr+¬n Rodr+¡guez discography Recording information: Dissar Studios Guavate, Puerto Rico (09/2000-03/2002); Eua (09/2000-03/2002); Music Source, Guaynabo, Puerto Rico (09/2000-03/2002); Sound Art Studio, NJ (09/2000-03/2002); Sterling Audio, Red. Dom (09/2000-03/2002).
Photographer: Quiko Valenzuela.
Arrangers: Chichi Peralta; Danny Rivera; Héctor Meléndez; ...
||Infinito CD (2003) |
Efr+¬n Rodr+¡guez CD discography INFINITO was nominated for the 2003 Latin Grammy Award for Best Salsa Album.
Still in great form after nearly 75 albums, Oscar d'León tried a bit of everything with 2003's Infinito. Recording in Miami, Puerto ...