Reel People released the original of this timeless body mover back in 2010 with versions/remixes being done by Ezel, Reel People and Kyoto on Papa Records. Today, Ezel has blessed us with this conga driven version that prompts you to merengue, or burst in to an afro-cuban/latin variation of whatever your body naturally would do to infectious music. More precisely, Quisqueya, refers to a little area in the northerly San Pedro De Marocris province of the Dominican Republic, the country from which Ezel hails.
This stripped down version still has many of the original stems and elements such as the strings, bass line (almost ghost-like in the background), but allows Tony Momrelle’s voice to shine brightly and the lyrics to be almost as vivid as the a cappella. The percussion is where this version makes its mark on your ears.
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