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El Trabuco Venezolano Vol. II


El Trabuco Venezolano - Vol. II is a Vinyl LP by Venezuelan musician Alberto Naranjo, originally released in 1979 and partially reedited in two CD albums titled El Trabuco Venezolano 1977 - 1984 Vol. 1 (1994) and Vol. 2 (1995). It is the second of seven albums (two live albums) of the El Trabuco Venezolano musical project arranged and directed by Naranjo.

Track listing

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Personnel

Alberto Naranjo - drums, arranger, director on all tracks;
tympani on 1, Colombian percussion on 3

Eduardo Cabrera - acoustic piano on 1

Lucio Caminiti - piano on 2 (electric), 4 (acoustic)

Jose Ortiz - acoustic piano on 3, 5, 6

Jose Velasquez - bass guitar on 1, 2, 4, 5

Carlos Acosta bass guitar on 3

Lorenzo Barriendos bass guitar on 6

Frank Hernandez - timbales on 1, 5, 6

Felipe Rengifo - congas on all tracks

Jesus Quintero - bongos on all tracks

Luis Arias - trumpet (lead) on all tracks except on 4 and 5

Jose Diaz F. - trumpet on 1, flugel horn on 2, 3, 6

Alfredo Gil - trumpet on 1, 3, lead on 5, flugel on 2

Luis Lewis Vargas - trumpet on 1, 5, 6

Rafael Velazquez - trumpet on 2, 5, flugel on 3

Manolo Perez - trumpet on 6

Rodrigo Barboza - trombone on 1, 2, 3, 6

Leopoldo Escalante - trombone on 1, 5, 6

Rafael Silva - trombone on 2, 5; Wagner tuba on 3

Hector Hurtado - trombone on 1

Jose Plaza - trombone on 2, 3

Angelo Pagliuca - trombone on 5, 6

Carlos Daniel Palacios - lead singer on 1 and chorus

Carlin Rodriguez - lead singer on 2 and chorus

Moises Daubeterre - lead singer on 3 and chorus

Ricardo Quintero - lead singer on 5 and chorus

Joe Ruiz - lead singer on 6 and chorus

Guests musicians

Sonero Clasico del Caribe on Introduction

*Pedro Aranda - acoustic guitar
Jose Castro - bass
Carlos Landaeta - clave
Evaristo Leon - bongos
Johnny Perez - maracas
Jose R. Soto - 1st voice
Santiago Tovar - 2nd voice and Cuban tres
Alfredo (Chocolate) Armenteros - trumpet
Carlos Guerra (Sr) - trumpet

Rolando Briceno - tenor sax on 2, 3, 6

Leo Quintero - guitar on 2 (acoustic), 6 (electric)

Cruz M. Arraiz - baritone sax on 3, 6

Alvaro Serrano - Colombian percussion on 3

Ezequiel Serrano - Colombian percussion on 3

Rosalba Chiquiar - female choir on 3

Otilia Rodriguez - female choir on 3

Vladimir Lozano - lead vocalist on 4

Manuel Freire - soprano, alto, tenor and baritone saxes;
C flute, G flute, clarinet and bass clarinet (all dubbed) on 4

Strings section on 4

*Violins: Alberto Flamini (concertmaster), Carmelo Russo, Sigfrido Chiva, Grigorije Girovski,
Bogdan Biegniewski, Inocente Carreno, Sigfrido Chiva, Boris Jivkov, Alejandro Ramirez

*Violas: Francisco Molo, Jose Olmedo

*Cellos: Lauren Levenson, Bodgan Trochanowski

*Harp: Alba Quintanilla

Technical personnel

Artistic director: Domingo Alvarez

Associate producer: Cesar Miguel Rondon

Executive producer: Orlando Montiel

Musical director: Alberto Naranjo

Staff coordinator: Freddy Sanz

Cover design: Alvaro Sotillo

Photos: Fernando Sanchez

Label:YVKCT con musiC.A. YVL-005

Print: Editorial Arte

Place of Recording: Estudios Sono Dos Mil

Recording engineer: Ricardo Landaeta - Alejandro Cornejo (assistant)

Mastering: Robert C. Ludwig

Produced in Caracas, Venezuela, 1979

External links

Anapapaya.com

Salsa2u.com

Venciclopedia.com

YouTube.com

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