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Gotcha [DLG (Dark Latin Groove)]
DLG (Dark Latin Groove)
2. Eres Mi Vica
3. Got a Hook on You (DLG Blues)
6. Veces Me Precunto, A
7. Ce Oro
Manufacturer Part Number (MPN): 82924
Kurt Upper; Mario De Jesus
DLG: James, Huey, Fraga (vocals).
Additional personnel: Chika (vocals); Cesar A. Fernandez, Bern Schoenhart (acoustic & electric guitars); Lewis Kahn (violin); Johnny Pacheco (flute); Raul Agraz (trumpet); William Cepeda, Ozzie Melendez (trombone); Sergio George (piano, keyboards, Vocoder, programming, background vocals); Ruben Fernanadez (bass); Ray Colon (bongos, percussion); Richie Flores (congas); Jeff Lopez (timbales); Samuel "Neco" Jimenez (guira); Julio Barreto, Huey Dunbar (background vocals).
Recorded at Sir Sound Recordings, New York, New York.
GOTCHA was nominated for the 2000 Grammy Award for Best Salsa Performance.
GOTHCHA won the 2000 Billboard Latin Music Award for Album Of The Year by a group.
Personnel: Sergio George (vocals, piano, keyboards, vocoder, drums, drum programming, background vocals); Huey Dunbar, Julio Barreto (vocals, background vocals); Ceasar A. Fernandez (guitar); Bernd Schoenhart (acoustic guitar, electric guitar); Lewis Kahn (violin); Johnny Pacheco (flute); Raul Agraz (trumpet); William Cepeda, Ozzie Melendez (trombone); Richie Flores (congas); Ray Coln (bongos, percussion); Jeff Lopez (timbales).
Audio Mixers: Kurt Upper; Sergio George.
Recording information: Sir Sound Recordings.
Photographer: Kwaku Alston.
Arranger: Sergio George.
One of the cornerstones of producer Sergio George's efforts to redesign salsa in the '90s, DLG (Dark Latin Groove) is a trio of talented soloists and harmonizers backed by some of the best salsa session men in New York. On GOTCHA, the group's second and last album, DLG reprises the trademark salsa plus dancehall rap plus R&B vocals that it employed on its debut album, but with an ambitious twist. By weighing in on Latin music's cutting-edge club trends, DLG has produced an eclectic success.
Vocalists Huey Dunbar, James (da Barber) de Jesus, and Wilfredo (Fragrancia) Crispin put their singular stamp on the tunes on GOTCHA, which vary from contemporary salsa formats to the trendier bachata, bugaloo, and merengue-house styles. While "Volvere," a traveling man's lament about leaving behind a special lady, stands out in its traditional salsa form, as well as its bachata version, the album's highlight is "Acuyuye," a swinging son guajiro with a chorus that echoes the Rascals' "Good Lovin."
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