Album · 2002 · 10 Songs. See All. Imagine - EP.
3. Nuts in May. Paul Hanford.
Cha Cha is the first live album by Dutch rock and roll and blues group Herman Brood & His Wild Romance. The album produced one single, "Still Believe. On the Dutch album chart, the album reached on 13 January 1979, and stayed on the chart for 18 weeks. The album was certified gold in 1979
Tracks count: 10. Views: 2. Sancho - Nuts in May 03:54. Sancho - Ball O' String 03:58. Sancho - She Her There 02:44.
Cha Cha Cha is a single from MC Lyte's album Eyes on This. It was released on July 3, 1989. MC Lyte was only 18 when she made the song. The song contains a sample of "Rockin' It" by The Fearless Four. The song spent 18 weeks on the Billboard Hot Rap Singles charts, peaking at the spot. In 2008, it was ranked number 54 on VH1's 100 Greatest Songs of Hip Hop. She performed this song at the 2008 BET Hip Hop Awards.
Cha cha cha music has its origins in Cuba, and beginning in the 1950s the music spread quickly all over the world. The dance is considered a classic, and this keeps cha cha cha songs front and center in many clubs and dance competitions worldwide. Top cha cha cha songs allow dancers to keep in perfect rhythm as they take their small steps and make their hip motions (and there is a lot of hip motion in cha cha dancing). Some of the most famous cha cha cha songs include Oye Como Va, which has been performed by many Latin artists over the years. El Bodeguero is another popular choice.
Cha-cha-chá is a Cuban music genre whose creation has been traditionally attributed to Cuban composer and violinist Enrique Jorrín, which began his career playing for the charanga band Orquesta América. According to the testimony of Enrique Jorrín, he composed some danzones in which the musician of the orchestra had to sing short refrains, and this style was very successful. That way of singing also helped to mask the poor singing skills of the orchestra members. In 1948, Jorrín changed the style of a Mexican song by Guty Cárdenas, called "Nunca", composing a separate part for the trio or montuno of danzón; and in 1951 he composed a signature cha-cha-chá, "La engañadora". Jorrín noticed that most of the dancers had some trouble with highly syncopated rhythms and therefore he simplified the musical texture of his pieces, using as little syncopation as possible.
|2||28 The Triangle||3:02|
|3||Nuts In May||3:54|
|5||She Her There||2:45|
|6||Conquer The Usurp||4:20|
|7||Ball Lo String||4:45|
|8||Joe Versus The Volcano||1:37|
|10||Coach In Fire||3:59|
- Artwork By – Nic Rawling
- Music By – Paul Hanford