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In salsa "one" can be on either side of clave, because the harmonic progression, rather than the rhythmic progression is the primary referent.
The following guajeo is based on the clave motif in a two-three sequence.
The cinquillo rhythm is now in the second measure. It begins with an offbeat pick-up on the pulse immediately before beat 1.
With some guajeos, offbeats at the end of the two-side, or onbeats at the end of the three-side serve as pick-ups leading into the next measure when clave is written in two measures. This guajeo is in two-three clave because it begins on the downbeat, emphasizing the onbeat quality of the two-side. The figure has the same exact harmonic sequence as the previous example, but rhythmically, the attack-point sequence of the two measures is reversed.
When salsa uses non-Cuban rhythms, such as a Puerto Rican plena, guajeos are essential to tie that genre in with the salsa format. The third measure outlines a G7 chord. The other measures outline C. Bass tumbao[ edit ] Most salsa bass tumbaos are based on the tresillo pattern.
Often the last note of the measure ponche is held over the downbeat of the next measure. In this way, only the two offbeats of tresillo are sounded. This tumbao is clave-neutral. Some salsa tumbaos that have a specific alignment with clave. The following bass line coincides with three of the clave's five strokes.
The module begins with four ascending eighth-notes starting on the second [quarter-note of the measure]. This configuration emphasizes the In both of the modules, these four notes move from G3 to Eb4. Although the first, third, and fourth notes G3, C4, and Eb4 are identical in both modules, the second note reflects the change in harmony. In the first module, this note is the Bb3 third of the tonic harmony; in the module repetition, the A3 is the fifth of the dominant.
Of the final five notes in the module, the first four are [offbeats]; the final D4 is on the [last quarter-note] in the second measure of the module. Along with the final D4, the initial D4 on the [last offbeat] in the first measure of the module and the Eb4 on the [offbeat] immediately preceding the final note of the module are identical in both modules.
The [offbeats] in the second-module measure reflect the harmonic changes. The first version of the module is over the dominant chord and contains the pitches A3 the fifth and C4 the seventh. A Bb3 is sounded twice on the two [offbeats] in the module's repetition and represents the third G minor tonic chord. New York had been a center of Cuban-style dance music since the s, when landmark innovations by Machito's Afro-Cubans helped usher in the mambo era.
Tito Puente worked for a time in the Afro-Cubans before starting up his own successful band.
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By the early s, there were three very popular mambo big bands in New York: There were many other working bands as well. The Palladium Ballroom was the epicenter of mambo in New York. At the height of its popularity, the Palladium attracted Hollywood and Broadway stars, especially on Wednesday nights, when a free dance lesson was offered.
The mambo and its "temple", the Palladium, were racially and ethnically integrated phenomena. The pachanga was popularized by Orquesta Sublime and other Cuban charangas. The pachanga was the last Cuban popular dance to take ahold in New York's Latin community. The first post-Revolution Cuban dance music genre was the short-lived, but highly influential mozambique In spite of this, members of Eddie Palmieri's Conjunto la Perfecta did hear this new music over shortwave radio, inspiring them to create a similar rhythm which they also called mozambique.
Although the two rhythms share no parts in common, the band received death threats because some right wing Cuban exiles thought Palmieri's band was playing contemporary Cuban music. By the mids, a hybrid Nuyorican cultural identity emerged, primarily Puerto Rican but influenced by many Latin cultures as well as the close contact with African Americans.
It had two Top 20 hits in The term boogaloo was probably coined in about by Richie Ray and Bobby Cruz.
The biggest boogaloo hit of the 60s was "Bang Bang" by the Joe Cuba Sextet, which achieved unprecedented success for Latin music in the United States in when it sold over one million copies. Joe Bataan and the Lebron Brothers are two other important boogaloo bands. Inthe same year as Joe Cuba's pop success, the Palladium closed because it lost its liquor license. As Puente later recounted: Critical reception[ edit ] The song received generally positive reviews from music critics. Prefix magazine stated, "Meet Me Halfway is notable mostly for being better than a 'new-wavey' ballad by The Black Eyed Peas has any right to be.
With this track already climbing the Hotthe Peas are proving that their hit parade is far from over. She will never blow someone away with a bombastic voice or an otherworldly vocal range.
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However, she has an almost tearful edge to her voice that makes nearly any of her performances sound soaked with emotion. With the focus clearly on Fergie, this could in some ways be seen as a solo effort. The three songs successively overlapped in the Top 10, giving the group 30 consecutive weeks with a Top 10 hit.
In its fifth week on the chart November 8, it climbed to 3, being the highest non- X Factor related song on the chart, and one of only two songs in the top five non-related to The X Factor, along with Jay Sean 's " Down ", although The Black Eyed Peas performed "Meet Me Halfway" on the X Factor results show on the same night, leading to significant exposure.
On 13 November, it was announced that "Meet Me Halfway" was outselling its nearest competition, " Happy " by Leona Lewisand was on course to reach number one. As of Sunday 27 December, "Meet Me Halfway" has soldcopies in Britain, making it the 13th best selling single of On December 20, "Meet Me Halfway" fell to 10, after eight consecutive weeks, but rose to 6 the following week.
As on January 3, it rose again to 3. On the New Zealand Top 40, the song peaked at number three, making it their third consecutive top three hit from the album.