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Havana Carbo

HAVANA CARBO BIO © 2010 • “Your singing is truly exquisite! Bravo!!!” Gabriel Yared, January 2010 Havana born, US raised, Cuban-American singer/composer HAVANA CARBO, née Gladys Lourdes Margarita Carbo Ramiro Garcia y de la Torre, received her MFA in Music Theatre composition from TSOA/M/T at NYU (‘93) and is a Yip Harburg Fellow. Formerly recorded on Soul Note, later CAP. Carbo now records on MODLmusic, her own label since 1985. At 3 she took to the piano and at 8 began formal lessons in Havana, where she was raised in an environment that celebrated music but viewed “nightclub” performing as inappropriate for a young lady

Phantoms of Love

Label: MODL
Released: 2010
Track listing: Tarde Triste; The Shining Sea; Poinciana; Tres Palabras; Possesso; Canto Triste; Que Reste-t-il de nos Amours; Retrato em Branco e Presto; La Valse des Lilas; Adios Felicidad; Llanto de Luna, Nosotros; Maybe September; Epilogue.

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Havana Carbo: Phantoms of Love

Read "Phantoms of Love" reviewed by Dan McClenaghan

On “Tarde Triste," the opening track of Phantoms of Love, the Cuban-American vocalist sounds as relaxed, genuine, and comfortable in her own skin as can be. The singer's search for beauty and tranquility is worn on her sleeve, as it was on her Luna De Varadero (CAP, 2004). This set is crafted to perfection with spare ...

Luna De Varadero

Label: CAP
Released: 2004
Track listing: Acercate Mas, No Me Platiques Mas, Moon and Sand, I Fall In Love Too Easily, Aquellas Pequenas Casas, Luna De Varadero, Atras da Porta, Contigo en la Distancia, I wish i Knew, In the Wee Small Hours, The wind, Bonita, Paris, No Dejes Que Te Olvide

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Havana Carbo: Luna De Varadero

Read "Luna De Varadero" reviewed by Dan McClenaghan

New York-based vocalist Havana Carbo sings about love on her latest set, Luna De Varadero, featuring boleros, bossas, ballads, and “...songs I dug up." The sounds of Mexico, Spain, Brazil, Cuba and the American Songbook, sung in Spanish, Portuguese and English, make their appearances here in a lovely mix. Carbo's voice has a rich timbre combined ...


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