Señales De Humo

David Lenis and his Orchestra

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When the musical taste of a Dj like David Muñoz joins the fantastic orchestra of David Lenis, the result is exceptional!
An album designed and produced to perfection to keep and burn every dance floor!
At the same time fresh and flowing arrangements, to entertain lovers of good Latin and tropical music.

12'' Vinyl 33rpm version of out latest album.
Pressed on Special Colors "Ultra Clear" to Golden Vinyl + InnerSleeve.
Includes digital album download card!

Registered completely in Colombia!
Produced by DJ David Muñoz, Executive Producer by Fabrizio Zoro & Alessio Grossi.
Graphic, Artwork, Vinyl Pressing and Liner Notes by Dj Alexio (Alessio Grossi)
Only 200 copies available, no further repressing will be carried out.
We have chosen to print this album in Vinyl to make happy all fans of good music.

PRE-ORDER YOUR COPY! BUY NOW OR CRY LATER.


When the musical taste of a Dj like David Muñoz joins the fantastic orchestra of David Lenis, the result is exceptional!
An album designed and produced to perfection to keep and burn every dance floor!
At the same time fresh and flowing arrangements, to entertain lovers of good Latin and tropical music.

12'' Vinyl 33rpm version of out latest album.
Pressed on Special Colors "Ultra Clear" to Golden Vinyl + InnerSleeve.
Includes digital album download card!

Registered completely in Colombia!
Produced by DJ David Muñoz, Executive Producer by Fabrizio Zoro & Alessio Grossi.
Graphic, Artwork, Vinyl Pressing and Liner Notes by Dj Alexio (Alessio Grossi)
Only 200 copies available, no further repressing will be carried out.
We have chosen to print this album in Vinyl to make happy all fans of good music.

PRE-ORDER YOUR COPY! BUY NOW OR CRY LATER.

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Crowdfunding

Uncompleted
Finished
Reserve€ 18.00
Format
12” Special vinyl (33 rpm)

Caution: Vinyl mockups and specs may differ from the final product. Qrates is not responsible if the final product does not match expectations.
Digital download bonus
This project has no digital download bonus.
Crowdfunding project
This funding project accepts orders during its project period and you will be charged once the project succeeds. The project period may be shortened or extended depending on the situation.
Project duration
Jan 10 2019 ~ Feb 10 2019 00:00 UTC
Estimated shipping date
Records are shipped typically 2-3 months from the project’s end date once after the project has successfully ended.
* Please note that the schedule is subject to change depending on any schedule changes at the pressing plant and the artist’s ability to submit production assets.
Shipping
From London/UK to United States

With tracking : € 18.99~+ € 2.40 per each additional copies

Without tracking : € 8.99~+ € 2.75 per each additional copies

Tracks

ASide

1.
Señales De Humo (Salsa Version)
David Lenis and his Orchestra
04:06
2.
Eres Mi Sangre
David Lenis and his Orchestra
03:24
3.
Amor Amargo
David Lenis and his Orchestra
05:09
4.
El Tren De La Salsa Dura
David Lenis and his Orchestra
05:03

BSide

1.
Vivo Por Ella (Salsa Version)
David Lenis and his Orchestra
03:35
2.
El Muñeco De La Ciudad
David Lenis and his Orchestra
04:23
3.
El Pirulero (Radio Edit)
David Lenis and his Orchestra
03:08
4.
Destino
David Lenis and his Orchestra
03:42
5.
Que Lastima Me Da Contigo Mi Amor
David Lenis and his Orchestra
03:41

Crowdfunding

Uncompleted
Finished
Reserve€ 18.00
Format
12” Special vinyl (33 rpm)

Caution: Vinyl mockups and specs may differ from the final product. Qrates is not responsible if the final product does not match expectations.
Digital download bonus
This project has no digital download bonus.
Crowdfunding project
This funding project accepts orders during its project period and you will be charged once the project succeeds. The project period may be shortened or extended depending on the situation.
Project duration
Jan 10 2019 ~ Feb 10 2019 00:00 UTC
Estimated shipping date
Records are shipped typically 2-3 months from the project’s end date once after the project has successfully ended.
* Please note that the schedule is subject to change depending on any schedule changes at the pressing plant and the artist’s ability to submit production assets.
Shipping
From London/UK to United States

With tracking : € 18.99~+ € 2.40 per each additional copies

Without tracking : € 8.99~+ € 2.75 per each additional copies

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Imagine a hot salsa band from the 1960s reuniting after a 25-year hiatus to discover an even greater, more global, fan base.
“Rip Van Winkle couldn’t have had it better,” recalls co-bandleader George Rodriguez of the New Swing Sextet’s (NSS) recaptured infectious popularity.
“No one is more surprised than we are,” says the vibist and original NSS member, “to be ‘Back on the Streets’.”

A product of New York City and the excitement and turbulence of the sixties, the New Swing Sextet made its professional debut performing in the Singer Bowl at the last New York Worlds Fair in 1965.

The band has been a popular and innovative exponent of Latin jazz, salsa and pop music for over five decades.
With a long history of making music on the streets of Latin New York through harmonized vocals, piano, vibes, bass and Latin percussion, NSS recorded the last of 4 albums, all under the Cotique label, in 1970 and broke up in the late seventies.

Today, the New Swing Sextet has celebrated its 54th Anniversary and is preparing to release it’s new “Lo Que Te Traigo” on March 29, 2019, following up its “Back on the Streets...a taste of Spanish Harlem Vol 2” which was nominated for a Grammy Award in 2009 by the Recording Academy, and “Yesterday Today & Tomorrow,” released in January 2013.

The band offers the classic Latin New York sound of another era, perfectly preserved and bottled for today’s global salsa enthusiasts.
Recent performances to large audiences all over the North America, South America, Europe, Russia, Asia and the Middle East have proven that NSS is better than ever.

“You couldn’t make up a better story,” said Giora Breil, the former CEO of Fania/Emusica, who released the Grammy nominated CD. “It falls in line with the history of salsa in New York. Historically, with this production, we are connecting the dots in a richly complex contribution of Latinos in the fabric of American music.”
Imagine a hot salsa band from the 1960s reuniting after a 25-year hiatus to discover an even greater, more global, fan base.
“Rip Van Winkle couldn’t have had it better,” recalls co-bandleader George Rodriguez of the New Swing Sextet’s (NSS) recaptured infectious popularity.
“No one is more surprised than we are,” says the vibist and original NSS member, “to be ‘Back on the Streets’.”

A product of New York City and the excitement and turbulence of the sixties, the New Swing Sextet made its professional debut performing in the Singer Bowl at the last New York Worlds Fair in 1965.

The band has been a popular and innovative exponent of Latin jazz, salsa and pop music for over five decades.
With a long history of making music on the streets of Latin New York through harmonized vocals, piano, vibes, bass and Latin percussion, NSS recorded the last of 4 albums, all under the Cotique label, in 1970 and broke up in the late seventies.

Today, the New Swing Sextet has celebrated its 54th Anniversary and is preparing to release it’s new “Lo Que Te Traigo” on March 29, 2019, following up its “Back on the Streets...a taste of Spanish Harlem Vol 2” which was nominated for a Grammy Award in 2009 by the Recording Academy, and “Yesterday Today & Tomorrow,” released in January 2013.

The band offers the classic Latin New York sound of another era, perfectly preserved and bottled for today’s global salsa enthusiasts.
Recent performances to large audiences all over the North America, South America, Europe, Russia, Asia and the Middle East have proven that NSS is better than ever.

“You couldn’t make up a better story,” said Giora Breil, the former CEO of Fania/Emusica, who released the Grammy nominated CD. “It falls in line with the history of salsa in New York. Historically, with this production, we are connecting the dots in a richly complex contribution of Latinos in the fabric of American music.”

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