Davo’s in the studio, recording more percussion for the new Luna Negra album. Right this moment he is laying down some chingÃ³n funky cajon on “Three Days Without You”.
Now he adds a cajon to Robby’s djembe on a different song, once again confirming that a quintet with Robby would be the dream-band for this Summer. Their styles are different and yet compliment each other very well.
Now it is dumbek for a yet untitled piece with an arabic flavor.
After a quick lunch in my kitchen we record a couple of dumbek fills for “The River”, and then move to shakers. These look like the straw-basket-looking shakers Davo used on “Borrasca” and “Solo Para Ti”. They have a wonderful sound, warmer than most shakers.
Shekere on “Three Days Without You”. Works really well with the djembe part.
Jajajaja, quÃ© risa ver la palabra “chingÃ³n” en tu blog.
I didn’t expect to see the very mexican word “chingÃ³n” in your blog. Have a nice one.
One mexican OL fan.
I admit that a Santa Fe musician used “chingÃ³n” in an email and I had to look it up. It apparently gets used quite a bit in Nuevo Mexico.
Oh! If it’ll be a quintet touring including Robby, that’ll be another must-experience 4 me!!