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Primavera con Cristo, Volumes 1 & 2

Primavera con Cristo, Volumes 1 & 2

Ranging in style from danceable calypso and pop to jazz and edgy rock, these faith-filled songs reveal the abundance of talent and inspiration within the Hispanic Catholic community.
Primavera con Cristo CD, Vol. 2 [MP3 Album]

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Primavera con Cristo CD, Vol. 2 [MP3 Album]

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When OCP hosted a contemporary Spanish song contest, the response was overwhelming: more than 200 compositions poured in from songwriters all over the world. The result is Primavera con Cristo (Springtime with Christ), two exciting MP3 playlists packed with the best 22 of these songs and two bonus tracks.

Ranging in style from danceable calypso and pop to jazz and edgy rock—all enriched by irresistible Latin rhythms—these faith-filled songs reveal the abundance of talent within the Hispanic Catholic community. Hailing from Argentina, Mexico, Panama and throughout the U.S., the composers are a mix of well-traveled veterans and gifted newcomers.

Volume 1 includes the poetic and catchy title track, by Francisco Andrés Flores, with its blend of traditional South American folk and modern, urban rock styles. Featuring impressive lead vocals by Griselda García, “Lo Sabes,” by Pablo Martinez, is a sweet reminder that Christ already knows our love. The album closes with a bonus track, “Tú Estás,” the super popular hit from the album of the same name.

Volume 2 opens with “Es Jesús,” by Aldo Blanco. Marked by stylized vocals, a dazzling saxophone solo and righteous Latin percussion, this funky song proclaims Jesus as the one road that leads to salvation. Written by Donna Lee and Chris Muglia and featuring Matt Maher on piano, “Yo Te Alabo” is a simple but stunning acoustic song of praise.

The release of Primavera con Cristo, with its incredible diversity of talent and styles, is a good and obvious sign of a new springtime for contemporary Catholic music in Spanish.