El Rego - Se Na Min / E Ma Non Tin Me mp3 album
- Performer: El Rego
- Title: Se Na Min / E Ma Non Tin Me
- Genre: Funk
- Formats: AC3 VQF ASF MP2 AIFF AU MMF
- Released: 2011
- Style: Afrobeat, Soul, Funk
- MP3 album: 1692 mb
- FLAC album: 1518 mb
- Rating: 4.5/5
- Votes: 156
B. E Ma Non Tin Me. 5:01. A&r – Frank Gossner. Written-By – El Rego.
Ke Amon-Gbetchea Disc 2. 1. Se Na Min 2. E Ma Non Tin Me El Rego is a true legend of African Soul Music. Here for the first time on album are 12 of his greatest recordings from the late 60's and early 70's hand-picked by Daptone Records. From that relationship came this album, which we present to you here in a 20 page hardcover Bookcase CD featuring El Rego's own story of his life and music along with pictures from his personal collection and artwork from his original 45's. The music has been remastered with great care, and the vinyl contains an exclusive BONUS 45' (while supplies last) of Se Na Min, one of his most sought after afro-funk tracks, backed with E Ma Non Tin Me, a beautiful and somewhat more traditional song about two blind men who agree to go together and leap to their deaths into a river.
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Album · 2015 · 9 Songs. Silla De Rueda (feat. El Mega & El Alfa). 8. Deja El Bulto (feat.
Read about ten El Greco paintings in our guide to discovering the artist's bold, emotional and distorted style of ar. One of El Greco’s earlier works, Christ Healing the Blind was painted during the artist’s time in Italy – either Venice or Rome. For many years, the painting was attributed to Tintoretto and then Veronese; it wasn’t until the late 1950s that experts finally declared that it was actually an El Greco. One of three paintings he did of the same subject matter, the work depicts Christ, robed in pink and blue, healing a blind man who is knelt in front of him. There are two groups to his left and right, plus two men and women in the foreground and background
|A||Se Na Min||3:20|
|B||E Ma Non Tin Me||5:01|
- A&r – Frank Gossner
- Written-By – El Rego*