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At the age of 78, Ruben Rada showed a talent that only time shone

At the age of 78, Ruben Rada showed a talent that only time shone

Ruben Rada’s talent remains intact. An artist who radiates immense musicality surrounded by an unparalleled grace. Upon his return to Buenos Aires with his show, a charismatic musician with a great work allowed him around japandevelop A concert without ups and downs, of a deep force To this 78 year old singer and percussionist from Montevideo who has made Candombe his flag.

Last night’s show had a lot to review of his career, with songs chosen correctly to make a solid presentation, with room for the band to shine, but it wouldn’t be the same without him. natural grace which is with the Rada and he gives his submissions that inevitable happiness that surrounds them.

Ruben Rada at the Teatro Opera, with a large group of musicians.  photo Rolando Andrade Stracuzzi

Ruben Rada at the Teatro Opera, with a large group of musicians. photo Rolando Andrade Stracuzzi

A great band with kids

Rada came up with Tight Band; Apparently his tour of Spain and Japan gave him a fluidity that allows him to combust quickly.

Matias Rada on guitar, Gustavo Montemuro on keyboards, Nacho Mateu on electric bass, Nelson Cedrez on drums, backed by a string of drums with Lobo Nez on piano, El Cana on boy and Noe Nez on Peele with the voices of Lucilla and Julieta Rada wore a safe tread, seamless.

So the concert began with Fingers, a mighty coward that ran over the audience more than it came. Well-cared-for vocals and a forceful rhythmic section set the public in orbit at the opera theatre, enjoying 100 minutes of Uruguayan music crossed by different genres, though Candombe was always there,

Ruben Rada with his show "On the Way Back from Japan" at the Opera Theater.  photo Rolando Andrade Stracuzzi

Ruben Rada with his show “On the Way Back from Japan” at the Opera Theater. photo Rolando Andrade Stracuzzi

The strength of the start was such that the Rada asked itself “Can we continue the climb or does it not happen from here?”. Can Two songs from the historical group Totem in their time, those daysa funky latin with a beautiful solo by Noe Nunez, and don pascualA mid-tempo song of careful late pay.

public position

At this point in the concert, the public’s mood was at a climax that reached a climax. Candombe for GardellA composition with a particular sensibility and that forbids “tribunero” the venue sang standing up: “Street bar boys / We feel candombe too well / We sat down to sing on the sidewalk / Drums With some Gardel tango / And a girl passing by / Watching the tambourine / Gently told me / How hot it is in April”.

The stage remains in the dark for the excellent candombe string directed by Lobo Nunez, true guitar guru and drum luthier of great reputation. The trio has an impeccable rhythmic play, variety, nuances of sound that speak to the dhol at the end.

Ruben Rada with the voices of Lucila and Juliet Rada.  photo Rolando Andrade Stracuzzi

Ruben Rada with the voices of Lucila and Juliet Rada. photo Rolando Andrade Stracuzzi

Rada returns and adds fuel to the fire if i don’t ask you anything, a candombe that begins softly and accompanies the audience from their seats until the need to dance becomes stronger, generating so much drumming, so much percussion and as much drive from a band as Rada himself . The ending is accompanied by an up-time that leaves the audience exhausted.

And now try one of the songs that will be part of his new album Candombe With a little help from my friends: 11 and 6by Fito Pez, but in a candombe tone.

Despite having a theme so identified with his composer, the singer somehow manages to apt and surprise in the final fade out with an arrangement that oozes with repetition of the chorus.

Lucila and Juliet Rada.  photo Rolando Andrade Stracuzzi

Lucila and Juliet Rada. photo Rolando Andrade Stracuzzi

a special guest

Julia Zenko She was a guest at the opera, a wise choice because of Rada’s chemistry with the singer; two subjects, goodbye to the branch You who is going to sing, The duo’s set of voices, with Juliet and Lucilla permanently linked, give these songs an excellent treatment.

Besides being a great singer and percussionist, Ruben Rada is a showman, With his charisma and the grace that accompanies him, he manages to move his hands in one way or another, after the audience sings or dances with him. Every once in a while and for no apparent reason, he asks the audience to make “that crazy scream” and the public screams. In short, the artist and his public.

More hits and variety of genres

will come with a powerful tandem Cheap and its raucous introduction and bloomna (“Toca Che Negro Rada”), where Matias Rada performed an eloquent solo, adjusted, repetitive and intensified with little effect.

Matias Rada.  photo Rolando Andrade Stracuzzi

Matias Rada. photo Rolando Andrade Stracuzzi

Rada’s music moves freely through different styles, but understandably the rhythmic power of the drum strings attracts the prelude towards candombe. We can almost tell that beyond the songs, candombe sounds are present on stage at all times.

with another funky don’t stop candombedanceable, playful and then street rock, A composition from the time of La Banda from the late 70s. Here Rada tells how Leon Giecko gave her a vital hand at a festival, leaving a warmed audience so that she could premiere the song live.

In fact, the song is rock and roll but in a Uruguayan manner and with a sound that is a hallmark of his compositions at this point.

Rada recounts the story of the now successful album that Cachoro López produced for her: “I sent her the songs and she told me, ‘Now it’s gone because if you’re there you make it complicated’ (surprised face). ) and soon I got the finished album”. and he goes out on the field Cha Cha Girl And people dance and enjoy.

The concert goes back and forth to continue, though Rada kicks it off with Sundar. die completely and come back with a longer repeat i don’t have any more timein which the musicians and the public sing “Because for your love / I ain’t got no more time / The wind took it / With my breath”, a song that gave the choir space to show and each musicians.

A generous, grateful artist with the brilliance of the time only shone. A musician who passes through a golden maturity and who enjoys an audience that coincides with him in perfect observance.

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