||Boatlift CD (2007)
Dawin Lapache music CDs Audio Mixers: Albert Castillo; Jonathon "Lil' Jon" Smith; Andros Rodriguez; Keith Bizz; Eddie "Scarlito" Perez; Ray Seay; Leslie Brathwaite.
Recording information: 11th Street Studio, Atlanta, GA; Al Burna Studios; Circle House Studios, Miami, FL; ColliPark Studios; DJ Ideal Studios; Four Star Recording Studios, Miami, FL; IRS Studios; King Of Crunk Studios, Los Angeles, CA; Panic Room Studios, Miami, FL; S Line Studios, Atlanta, GA; Studios At The Palms; The Cave, Decatur, GA; The Little Big Room, Houston, TX.
Photographer: Vincent Edmond Louis.
Personnel: Dawin Lapache (guitar, guitars, bass guitar); Steven Cruz (guitars); Eddie "Scarlito" Perez (piano, keyboards); Adam Gomez Aka Pikuchu, LaMarquis Mark Jefferson (bass guitar); Raulito (bongos); Danny Guira, Jose Martinez Aka Jumanji Guira (guiro); Toby Love, Leroy S. Romans, Juan Chavis Aka Juan Ya, Juan DeJesus Aka John Q., Julissa, Rafael Martínez (background vocals); Andrea Venezuela (vocals); Craig Love (guitar); Detroit Nix (keyboards); Ryan Deaunovich, Ping "A. Fuegoski" Montana (bongos); Young Rico Scott, Reather Bryant, Harold Jones (percussion); Yahaira Vargas, ...
||Inolvidables CD (2010) |
Dawin Lapache CD discography Recording information: Calpio Studios; El Imperio Recording; Rapid Studios 440.
Personnel: Gabriel Vasquez, Mickey Then, Joell Jaquez, Jiory Garcia, Marvin Urena (vocals); Leonardo Nuñez, Dawin Lapache (keyboards).
||Toby Love CD (2006)
Dawin Lapache albums On his self-titled debut, bachata crooner Toby Love presents a set of Latin pop that incorporates a generous amount of hip-hop and R&B. Highlights of the album include the romantic "Tengo Un Amor" and the frenetic "We Got It," which feature the New York City singer's smooth vocals in both Spanish and English.
Personnel: Toby Love (vocals); Voltio, RKM & Ken-Y.
||Quisqueya en el Hudson: Dominican Music in New York CD (2004) |
Dawin Lapache discography The Dominican community in the New York area is the biggest outside the Caribbean, and its musical traditions are a big part of its vibrancy. Its annual festival in Washington Heights features Dominican music, and some of the artists who perform at the festival appear here, covering not only the native high-energy meringue, but every aspect of Dominican music, be it the palos of Conjunto Folklorico de Alianza ...