Herman Olivera “La voz del Caribe Hecho en Venezuela”

Traditional salsa dura from the multi Grammy award winner Herman Olivera.

Herman Olivera - La Voz Del Caribe 2014

Herman Olivera born in New Jersey of Puerto Rican parents, recorded five albums with Manny Oquendo and Conjunto Libre,which produced hits such as “Que Humanidad,” “Decidete” and “No me Echen la Culpa”, among others. After his stint with Libre, he worked with Machito, Johnny Pacheco and Ray Barretto, among others. Herman Olivera, “La Voz del Caribe” “Hecho en Venezuela”, is the title of Olivera’s 1st production for Salsaneo Records.

The album is being produced by Francisco Requena and Steve Guasch and represents his 1st solo album since “Chequea la Mercancia,” which was recorded in 1993.

“This is the album that all fans of Herman Olivera have been waiting for, after his great work with Palmieri, Libre and many others”, states composer Lino Iglesias. “Salsaneo want to deliver an album that shows Herman’s range as one of the greatest “soneros” and story teller of our generation with arrangements by Venezuelans Willie Melo and Julio Estrada that stay true to the classic era of salsa”, said Steve Guasch.

“La voz del Caribe Hecho en Venezuela” Available on  cdbaby

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