Henry Fiol is a New York -based ndleader and artist who started his career in Latin music in mid-70's. His style could best be characterized as "tipico," because throughout his career he always stuck relatively close to the Cuban son, the root of the music now called salsa. He began as a conga player, but in the mid-seventies he co-founded and co-led Saoco, where he wrote most of the material and made his debut as a vocalist.
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Guapería is a afro-cuban jazz music album recording by HENRY FIOL released in 2004 on CD, LP/Vinyl and/or cassette. 1. De Guatamala a Guatamejor (5:45) 2. No Comprendo a las Mujeres (6:41) 3. De la Mano a la Boca (6:38) 4. Guapo Fantoma (5:09) 5. Chinas y Mandarinas (5:02) 6. El Huerfanito (6:20) 7. Motoríbale al Tambó (5:30) 8. Linda India (6:02) 9. No Te Bañes en el Yumurí (7:40) 10. Guapería (6:16). Bass – Andy Gonzalez Coro – Camilo Alarcon Piano – Willie Ruiz Piano, Coro – Orlando Fiol Piano, Tenor Saxophone – Luis Disla Vocals, Percussion – Henry Fiol.
RARE salsa CD Henry Fiol GUAPERIA guapo fantoma DE LA MANO A LA BOCA linda india. but this is English RIO at its best, and reawakens what makes the best of RIO so insatiable to ears that love the style.
Henry Fiol - Guaparia (2002). Date: 19 Nov 2007 11:28:00. Linda India 09. No Te Banes en el Yumuri 10. Guaperia.
b. 16 January 1947, Manhattan, New York City, USA. Of Puerto Rican and Italian American parentage, Fiol is a painter of sound and colour. Saocos 1976 debut on Mericana Records, Siempre Seré Guajiro, was co-produced by Fiol, Millán and Al Santiago. The success of the album, which spawned the big hits Lejos Del Batey and Yo No Como Camarón (both written by Fiol, who composed three other tracks and co-wrote one with pianist Ray Santiago), took the band to the Madison Square Garden as one of the years hottest properties. Fiol sang the lead vocals to his five self-penned songs on Saocos follow-up, Macho Mumba, on Salsoul Records, a subsidiary of Mericana.