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Discussion in 'Channel Zero' started by BROWNer, Feb 21, 2002.

  1. BROWNer

    BROWNer Guest

    can anyone direct me to some deadly hand drumming music
    preferably from cuba?
    i know the indian raga type stuff pretty good, i'm looking more for
    cuban stuff.......i'm thinking stuff like some of the passages in the movie
    Before Night Falls.....shit, it may not even be cuban music that
    they played in the movie, i'm just assuming it was cuz it was
    about cuba and a cuban....the drumming in that wasn't all full of
    fills and shit, just really nice sounding drums
    and basic deadly rhythms.....i'm not sure if there's a name or anything
    for it...................................anyone????????????????????????????
    merci vous
  2. I havent seen the film and i really dont know shit about cuban music, exept those Bueno Vista SC dudes.
    However, you can check the movie's sountrack for some names or if that doesnt exist the films credits.
  3. BROWNer

    BROWNer Guest

    :dazed: thanks tesser, i already looked up this stuff,
    its just a matter of trying to figure out who's who and
    linking it to parts of the movie. pain in the ass.
    there were only about 2 sections with the drumming...
    its definitely not popul vuh. not lou reed. and not laurie
    anderson. could be her but i highly doubt it. thats leaves
    about 17 options.
  4. Hmmm, i dunno man...i guess that the songs are listed in order of 'appearance', if you slightly remember the part of the movie the certain song was on(start middle end) you can narrow down your options:eek:
    Good luck though.

    Get on aim for photoshop tutorial sucka!
  5. BROWNer

    BROWNer Guest

    okay, we'll try this...
    these are some possible artists that do hand drumming type stuff.
    i have no idea who, but maybe one of you guys is familiar with
    their stuff...let me know please:cool:
    i'll hit google off and see what biographical shit is out there, maybe
    that will turn up something in the meantime. and its not morricone or

    -Trio Matamoros
    -Pedro Luis Ferrer
    -Orquesta Aragon
    -Sonora Mantacera
    -Ernesto Lecuona
    -Bola De Nieve
    -Beny More
    - Juan Jose Espinosa (II)
    -Jose Urfe
    -Antonio Escobar

    hey tesseract, did you ever find those bird masks?
  6. T.T Boy

    T.T Boy Dirty Dozen Crew

    Joined: May 18, 2001 Messages: 21,803 Likes Received: 41
    when i was in cuba that stuff was fairly common to be played on the streets. i dunno if i bought any mixtapes of it, most of the music you could buy there was buena vista social club. its pretty hard to get a recording deal as a hand drummer in cuba.
  7. BROWNer

    BROWNer Guest

    heh, soon man. i'm on a new compu...
    no aim is set up yet.............when i get
    a minute i'll do it up and contact you....