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  1. Click here to play a sound clip! Old Time Calypsoes: Jean & Dinah, Kaiser William, Arima Tonight, Sly Mongoose, Steelband Clash, Miss Tourist, Fire Fire, Sixty Seven, Lazy Man,
  2. Click here to play a sound clip! Spanish Medley:
  3. Merengue Medley
  4. Power Of Love
  5. Road March Medley: My Pussin, Wood In The Fire, The Road, Obeah Wedding, Pay As You Earn, Drunk & Disorderly, Ö
  6. Donít Cry For Me Argentina
  7. Soca Medley: Black Man Come Out To Party, Ragga Ragga
  8. The Way You Look Tonight
  9. Click here to play a sound clip! Bolero Medley
  10. Salsa Medley
  11. Chutney Medley
  12. South American Medley
  13. Midnight Blue/Julienne
  14. Mexican Medley

Richard Luces
Tropical Sunset

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Richard Luces - Tropical Sunset

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Tropical Sunset has been popular with West Indian baby boomers and older folks for a while. And no wonder, it is as nostalgic and varied as popular radio music has been in the West Indies for the last fifty years. Richard Lucesí keyboards, there is no Pan, contradicting the picture on the CD booklet, play from Sly Mongoose to Besame Mucho to Ragga Ragga. The most intriguing track is Sahanni Raat, the theme song that signaled the beginning of the daily program of Indian music. The Rhythmaires Band of Guyana made it even more popular as a slow dance party tune and here it is in a Chutney Medley. The genre is not quite right but the tune is a pleasure to hear.

Tropical Sunset is likely to evoke fond memories especially if you liked the classic Calypsoes from Kitch and Sparrow, the piano melodies of Stanley Black and the Spanish guitars of Los Indios Tabajaras. The Spanish, Merengue, Salsa and Mexican medleys add a distinctive Latin flavor making the CD a truly Caribbean stew. [eCaroh/Ron - October 2000]



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