Galletas Calientes 135 by The Beachers
Galletas Calientes 135 review
Founded in 1966, The Beachers is a group whose music is inspired by Caribbean rhythms and Panama’s musical tradition. Calypso, salsa and bolero are part of the unique Beachers sound, whose popularity peaked in the 70s during what is known as “The Golden Era of National Combos”. The Beachers have released 13 albums and more than 30 singles to their name, on prestigious Panamanian record labels like Tamayo, Loyola, or Sally Ruth Records, teaming up with other Calypso legends such as Lord Cobra.
The Beachers are still current and relevant, with five of the original members performing constantly through Panama and the world. Their energy and spirit is felt in the joy, rhythm and flavor of their songs.
Lloyd Gallimore, the band’s musical director since its foundation, and renowned producer Billy Herron have been working together on this new album, commemorating the group’s 50-year career.
This recording relives The Beachers’s magical trajectory and features collaborations with popular Panamanian musicians, a work that displays a sonic landscape filled with the history and legacy of Panama’s Calypso. It’s a tropical musical fantasy whose Caribbean influence has transcended time.
A1 - These Young Girls - Lloyd Gallimore, William Herron
A2 - Como Tu Me Despreciaste - Carlos Hernandez, Felix Pitti
A3 - Mame Lele - Lloyd Gallimore, William Herron
A4 - Lo Que Tu Eres Para Mi - Jorge Abadia
A5 - Dog War - Carlos Malcolm
B1 - Fire - Herbert Glinton
B2 - Como Me Dirias Que No - Emilio Regueira
B3 - Going to Bocas - Walter Ferguson
B4 - Africa Caliente (VersiÃ³n Cincuenta) - Lloyd Gallimore, William Herron
B5 - Bocas Del Toro (The Beachers & Pureza Natural) - Luis Manuel Palacios
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