Los Terry are a family of musicians from the Camaguey province of Cuba. Their unique blend of musical styles includes elements of folklore, classic charanga and modern jazz, creating a bridge across generations. The title From Africa to Camaguey reflects the deep African influences in the music and the culture of Camaguey. Eladio Terry, the patriarch of the family, known to many as Don Pancho, grew up surrounded by the music of the Afro-Cuban religions and learned the traditional drumming and vocal styles that date back centuries. Eladio followed the path of the apprentice drummer as he learned the prayers, songs and rhythms that accompany the religious ceremonies- watching, listening and playing for hours. Like many Cuban musicians, he also learned to play popular music styles, incorporating his knowledge of African traditions into the secular dance music of the day.
“From Africa to Camaguey” reflects the deep African influences in the music and the culture of Camaguey. Don Pancho Y Los Terry are a family comprised of musicians who stem from the Camaguey province of Cuba. Long an innovator in Cuban music, Don Pancho, together with his sons Yoel, Yosvany and Yunior, combines the dynamic energy of the new Cuban jazz movement along with the musical traditions that have survived and evolved over centuries in their native land. Their unique blend of musical styles includes elements of folklore, classic charanga and modern jazz, creating a bridge across generations.
1.Los Terry – Tinguiti Ta Durmiendo (6:21)
2.Los Terry – Que Tiene Esa Cintura (5:16)
3.Los Terry – Los Orishas (6:52)
4.Los Terry – El Noticiero (8:00)
5.Los Terry – Y Mañana Que (4:58)
6.Los Terry – Voy Buscando Mi Destino (5:18)
7.Los Terry – Son Wambari (8:13)
8.Los Terry – Nos Vamos A Perder (3:17)
9.Los Terry – Actitud Ante El Trabajo (5:10)