Latin Americas extraordinary present time
"I think its an extraordinary moment, in which at last people have woken up, where theres no more foreign influence because Latin America stands up just as one in process of formation and thats very interesting and I support that, absolutely", Milanés affirmed in declarations to Cuban-State-run TV aired Thursday.
Pablo Milanés, 63, considered as one of the top figures of the " Nueva Trova musical movement" known and acclaimed since the 1960s is in concert these days playing a heavy repertoire of hit songs and themes taken from his latest album still in process of preparation.
He explained this time he wants to "experiment" with his next disc to be produced with an accompanying musical band because " its a way to get ahead with the ongoing work".
"I want to promote the group to make these people be known, pay homage to these people that have been working with me for a long time and that are all outstanding musicians".
"Diario de Mauricio", "Regalo" and "El largo camino de Santiago" are three " super fresh" themes selected for these concerts.
Author and singer "Yolanda", "La vida no vale nada" and "Para vivir", among many other songs that make up a long nice repertoire recognized his current projection is " a return to his origin".