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Dulce y Picante

Dulce y Picante (Spanish for Sweet and Spicy) is a 1998 album from Alberto Naranjo.

Track listing

Track Song title Composer(s) Time
  1 Tema de la Orquesta José Pérez Figuera   1:25
  2 Cu tu gu rú Castro/Davis   5:18
  3 Te caigo a tiros Manolo Monterrey   4:03
  4 Quisiera yo Jesús Camacaro   4:07
  5 Mambo La Roca Mirta Sánchez   2:57
  6 Vamos a beber Néstor Brito   3:49
  7 La jaiba y el cangrejito A. Rodríguez/F. García   3:49
  8 Dulce y picante Larrain   4:36
  9 En un mercado persa Albert Ketelby   4:14
10 Merengues venezolanos Medley   5:01
  a Métele de ancho Larrain  
  b Esta es Venezuela César Viera  
  c Un cigarrillo Juan R. Barrios  
11 Congo Blues Eduardo Cabrera   6:29
12 Potpourri Medley 10:25
  a Quisiera Larrain  
  b Maracaibo Chucho Sanoja  
  c No me sigas mirando Larrain  
  d Alardoso Enrique Jorrín  
  e Anna Franco/Vatro  
  f La Pelota Manolo Monterrey  
  g Narración Pancho Pepe Cróquer  
  h Take Me Out to the Ball Game Norworth/Von Tilzer  
13 Amándonos Larrain   2:27
14 Larrain Orchestra bonus track 13:28
  a Comparsa barracón (Bebo Valdés 
  b Chin, chin, chiribín Delia Arias  
  c El macho ARR  
  d Kikirindongo Néstor Brito  
  e Tema de la Orquesta José Pérez Figuera  
      72:08

Personnel

  • Alberto Naranjo - arranger, director, drums, timbales
  • Pablo Ortiz - piano
  • Jorge Del Pino - bass
  • Julio Flores, Jorge Rivera, Horacio Mogollón, Evencio Villamizar, Bautista Vivas Chacón - saxes
  • José Rodríguez, Agustín Valdés,Nelson Contreras, Figueredo Zerpa - trumpets
  • César Pérez, Gilberto Betancourt, Oscar Mendoza, Antonio Ponte - trombones
  • Gerardo Rosales - congas
  • Antonio Rondón - bongo and percussion

Vocals

  • Juan José Capella (on 10.a, 12.a, 12.c)
  • Arturo Guaramato (on (3, 10.c, 12.f)
  • Carlos Espósito (on 6, 10.b, 12.d)
  • Carlos Daniel Palacios (on 2, 4, 12.b)
  • Javier Plaza (on 7, 12.e)

Special guests

Personnel on track 14

  • Luis Alfonzo Larrain - band leader
  • Jesús Camacaro and/or Manuel Ramos, Efraín Leal, Luis Moros, César Viera, Rafael Albornoz, Enrique Palau, Joseph Kastz, Germán Muñoz - saxes
  • Pablo Armitano and/or Cecilio Comprés, Ovidio Palaviccini, Luis Escalante, Pedro Chaparro, Rafael Velásquez, Juan S. Díaz - trumpets
  • Marcos Ramos or Leopoldo Escalante, Filiberto Meléndez - trombone
  • José Luis Paz or René Urbino, Willy Pérez - piano
  • Antonio Ramos or Enrique Hernández, Alvaro Alvarez - bass
  • George Lister or Francisco Hernández - drums
  • Pedro Jeanton or José Rojas - congas
  • Alfonso Contramaestre or Francisco Segovia - bongo

Vocals on track 14

  • Celia Cruz (a)
  • Tony Camargo (b)
  • Luisín Landáez (d)

Notes

  • Tracks 1 through 13 were recorded between February and April 1998
  • Songs included on track 14 were recorded in 1948 (a), 1952 (b), 1955 (c/d) and 1956 (e)

Production

  • Date of Recording: February - April 1998.
  • Place of Recording: Caracas, Venezuela
  • Mixing: Darío Peñaloza
  • Label: Roberto Obeso & Federico Pacanins
  • ID: 0004-98
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