Ochoa Segundo

Eliades Ochoa & Cuarteto Patria featuring Compay Segundo - Chanchaneando (1989)

Eliades Ochoa & Cuarteto Patria featuring Compay Segundo - Chanchaneando (1989)
EAC 0.99pb4 | FLAC tracks | Cue+Log+M3U | Scans 300dpi | 242MB + 5% Recovery
Genre: World, Son, Guajira, Guaracha

In 1978 Eliades Ochoa took the lead of Cuarteto Patria (literally Motherland Quartet) as director, music arranger, leading voice and guitarist. They toured around the world with great success. In 1989 Francisco Repilado (aka Compay Segundo) joined the band. His composition "Chan Chan" made the opening track of Chanchaneando, the album they recorded that year, and eventually the opening track of Buena Vista Social Club. Eliades Ochoa took from Compay his long experience. Compay provided compositions and second voice, hence the nickname Segundo (Second). Little did they know 10 years later crowds around the world would be crazy about them.

Compay Segundo - Duets (2002) [REPOST]  Music

Posted by Manavgat at Sept. 26, 2013
Compay Segundo - Duets (2002) [REPOST]

Compay Segundo - Duets (2002)
EAC RIP | APE (Image)+CUE+LOG ~ 405 MB | 16 Tracks | MP3 CBR 320 Kbps ~ 140 MB | ArtWork
Genre: World, Ethnic & Latin | Label: Warner Spec. Mkt. UK | Release date: April 16, 2002

The magnetic, ninetysomething Francisco Repilado, better known as Compay Segundo, recorded the first 78 rpm discs in Cuba in the 1930s with his seven-stringed armónico/tres guitar. After decades of obscurity following the 1959 revolution, guitarist-producer Ry Cooder catapulted Segundo to world fame with the hit Buena Vista Social Club CD. On Duets, Segundo's silky baritone voice is paired with old and new friends and family…
Eliades Ochoa & Cuarteto Patria - Cuidadito Compay Gallo...Que Llego El Perico (1998)

Eliades Ochoa & Cuarteto Patria - Cuidadito Compay Gallo…Que Llego El Perico (1998)
EAC 0.99pb4 | FLAC tracks | Cue+Log+M3U | Scans 300dpi | 268MB + 5% Recovery
Genre: World, Son, Guajira

In 1978 Eliades Ochoa took the lead of Cuarteto Patria (literally Motherland Quartet) as director, music arranger, leading voice and guitarist. They toured around the world with great success. In 1989 Francisco Repilado (aka Compay Segundo) joined the band. His composition "Chan Chan" made the opening track of Chanchaneando, the album they recorded that year, and eventually the opening track of Buena Vista Social Club. Eliades Ochoa took from Compay his long experience. Compay provided compositions and second voice, hence the nickname Segundo (Second). Little did they know 10 years later crowds around the world would be crazy about them.

ELIADES OCHOA - Un Guajiro Sin Fronteras  Music

Posted by makman at Oct. 13, 2006
ELIADES OCHOA - Un Guajiro Sin Fronteras

ELIADES OCHOA - Un guajiro sin fronteras
Latin | 1 CD | MP3 192 Kbps | Include Cover | ~110 Mb

Singer and composer born in a rural environment. He is considered one of the most important Cuban soneros of all times and a remarkable defender of the Cuban traditional music.

Jordi de la Riva, "Mi segundo libro de tactica" [Repost]  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by tanas.olesya at Feb. 4, 2016
 Jordi de la Riva, "Mi segundo libro de tactica"  [Repost]

Jordi de la Riva, "Mi segundo libro de tactica"
Spanish | 2009 | ISBN: 9992062029 | 122 Pages | PDF | 24 MB
Becoming Neighbors in a Mexican American Community: Power, Conflict, and Solidarity by Gilda L. Ochoa

Becoming Neighbors in a Mexican American Community: Power, Conflict, and Solidarity by Gilda L. Ochoa
English | Mar. 1, 2004 | ISBN: 0292701683, 0292702108 | 284 Pages | PDF | 1 MB

On the surface, Mexican Americans and Mexican immigrants to the United States seem to share a common cultural identity but often make uneasy neighbors.

Various Artists - 100x100 Punk Rock: Segundo Asalto (2012)  Music

Posted by Rehabilly at May 11, 2014
Various Artists - 100x100 Punk Rock: Segundo Asalto (2012)

Various Artists - 100x100 Punk Rock: Segundo Asalto (2012)
FLAC+CUE+LOG or MP3 CBR 320 | Complete Scanwork | 553 or 162 MB

An interesting compilation from Barcelona based label. 32 (mostly) Spanish bands, 1000% Punk Rock. Just test it.

Segundo de Chomón - 71 films (1902/11)  Video

Posted by patropitufo at May 17, 2009
Segundo de Chomón - 71 films (1902/11)

Segundo de Chomón - 71 films (1902/11)
Silent | 560x432 (AR: 1.296) | XviD ISO MPEG-4 | 1500kbs | No audio | 3.62GB + 3% recovery

Spanish film pioneer Segundo de Chomón spent most of his influential career associated with Pathé Laboratories. Chomón joined the company in 1901 and set up a laboratory for adding color to film in Barcelona. He started directing newsreels the following year. Chomón's innovations include the development of several camera tricks, including single-frame techniques, optical dissolves, and complicated traveling shots. In 1902, Chomón successfully combined live-action with miniatures in the short Choque de Trenes/Collision of Trains. In 1905, he was the first Spanish filmmaker to use stop-motion techniques in Eclipse de Sol/Eclipse of the Sun. Toward the end of 1905, Chomón relocated to Paris to direct over 100 short films for Pathé; he also shared his techniques with other directors. He first used the traveling shot (the first time it was ever used) in a scene for La Vie et la Passion de Notre Seigneur Jesus Christ/The Life and Passion of Jesus Christ (1907), which was directed by Ferdinand Zecca and Lucien Nonguet. Chomón accomplished the shot by devising a special skating device, and perfected the special shot while filming Cabiria for Italian director Giovanni Pastrone in 1914. In 1909, Chomón was among the first to use silhouettes in one of the first animated films, the surreal Une Excursion Incoherente/Traveler's Nightmare. Chomón returned to Barcelona in 1910 and worked closely with Juan Fuster to create a series of short fiction films. In 1911, he produced a series of travel documentaries for Pathé and later in the year founded Ibérico, his own production company (he released his films through Pathé). Chomón moved to Italy in 1912 and worked as a cinematographer and special effects technician with the Italia Film company, for whom Chomón also directed several animated shorts. Chomón co-invented a two-tone color process in the 1920s with Swiss engineer Ernest Zollinger. The pair later exhibited two color films at various science expos. Chomón died of illness in Paris in 1929 shortly after returning from Morocco where he was shooting color footage.

Eliades Ochoa - Tributo al Cuarteto Patria (2000)  Music

Posted by Ibiza at April 19, 2009
Eliades Ochoa - Tributo al Cuarteto Patria  (2000)

Eliades Ochoa - Tributo al Cuarteto Patria
Cuba | mp3 320 Kbps | 148 MB
Virgin Records 2000

Compay Segundo - Antologia de Compay Segundo (1996)  Music

Posted by Ibiza at Oct. 13, 2007
Compay Segundo - Antologia de Compay Segundo  (1996)

Compay Segundo - Antologia de Compay Segundo
Cuba | mp3 320 Kbps | 2 CD | 274 MB
DRO EAST WEST S.A. 1996