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The Avenger


Location: New Jersey
Member Since: Thu Dec 02, 2021


If you have Alexa, consider saying, "Alexa, play Encanto." It will of course begin by playing the songs from the movie. If you want to listen to those, then enjoy! My favorite is "Surface Pressure," sung by Jessica Darrow, the 27-year-old, Cuban-American actress, born in Miami, Florida, who voices the unforgettable character, Luisa. However, if you don't want to listen to some or all of these songs, then say, "Alexa, skip," as each song begins, and Alexa will move on to the next song. Eventually you'll come to the end of the famous Disney tunes, but the music won't stop. Latin and other music, all instrumental, some jazz-leaning, some classical-leaning, will proceed to pour out of the machine for quite some time. I love this music. There's something magical about it. Give it a try!



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zvelf


Member Since: Sat May 17, 2008


My recent Latin American music discovery is Bomba Estéreo, who has very catchy upbeat tunes. I recommend their albums Amanecer and Deja.




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bd2999 

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Member Since: Sat May 17, 2008


I very much enjoy the soundtrack of the film. I usually do not listen to the instrumentals because the kids like the songs from the movie, but very catchy sountrack.

"Surface Pressure" is very good and "We don't talk about Bruno" is good as well. I generally like whatever Lin Manuel Maranda does.

I know that this is focusing on music but the song "Dos Origuitas" is pretty powerful too. I do not speak the language, but seeing it on the screen with the visuals, that was an intense song. Particularly the grief in Alma's face when her husband is killed.

It is not my favorite Disney musical, but it is very entertaining.




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