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By any standards, Los Cafres are a very talented reggae band, and were signed to Kingston Jamaica -based Tuff Gong Records untilbut are virtually unknown to most of the world.
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To find out more, including how to control cookies, see here: Melodically the group is led by the smooth crooning of Guillermo Bonetto, whose voice never seems stretched or tense, but always pulls his lyrics along like a blanket covering the listener in his mellow lyrics and melodies.
It is the horns, and to a lesser extent keyboards, that really sets Los Cafres apart from any other paint-by-numbers roots reggae group. Originally formed casi que me pierdo los cafresLos Cafres actually broke up and scattered to the winds in the early 90s due to a lack of attention. With their Argentine answer to Jamaican roots reggae, the group have been producing a high-quality Spanish-language tropical sound now for more than twenty years.
From to the present day the group has toured and recorded tirelessly, releasing ten studio albums and playing everywhere from tiny clubs and pubs to the football soccer stadium at Luna Park.
Los Cafres are not Bob Marley, but to expect as much would be to miss the point. Los Cafres are still very caafres an active group, having released their latest album last year, and can be found through their official website and on twitter loscafres. And it seems unlikely the group has any plans to stop.
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Finding gigs to be scarce and having trouble getting a record produced, the band had planned to call it quits. This is quite possibly as laid-back as music can get. Search Home About this Blog. Los Cafres feature as a leading exponent of Argentine reggae, and are notable as much for their longevity and persistence as their music.
When such inventive and well-placed arrangements are laid over a solid reggae base and easily approachable vocals the result is a highly listenable ,os enjoyable sound that is every bit as applicable for dancing as rocking in a hammock.
By continuing to use this website, you agree to their use. This is the true rationale behind my selection ne this group for this piece, as though clearly somebody listens to Los Cafres, but nobody I know is.
While this is certainly puzzling, I hope that my writing this contributes to the exchange of music, so that people in North America may start listening to the Argentine reggae band that covers Michael Jackson.
These are just a group of Argentines who love reggae and beautiful women and have been singing about it for twenty years.