CD Review: Boricua Jam

One of the problems with taking risks is the uncertainty of the results, this applies to any walk of life, including music creation. Boricua Jam is a project that reunites a group of talented musicians, including bassist Irving Cancel, taking creative risks and blending musical influences with results that can be described as mixed at best.

However, there are some good moments coming out of this effort. Like Marina Molina nice interpretation of her original pop/rock composition "Sabor a menta", the latin sounds of Efrain Matos "Bella y Cariñosa" and the modern arrangement of the Puerto Rican classic "A bailar mi bomba".

Tracks: En todo mi ser/Mapeye, Realidad Boricua, Angelito, Sabor a menta, Te dedico la luna, Boricua Rumba, Bella y Cariñosa, Alguien como tu, Cantaremos, Delirio, A bailar mi bomba, Caminando, Someone like you

Musicians: Tony Linch - guitar, vocals, Luis Velazquez - guitar, vocals, Irving Cancel - bass, synths, vocals, Santos Rodriguez - congas, Johnny Guevara - timbales, congas, percussion, Victor Serra - organ, Papo Rivera - congas, percussion, Francisco Alcala - timbales, Marina Molina - vocals, Efrain Matos - vocals, chequere, Maria Garcia - back up vocals, Yoel Ortiz - vocals

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