The plans for Charlie after an extremely unexpected and heartbreaking departure buy cialis online canada pharmacy from El Gran Combo de Puerto Rico include conversations with no other than Mr. Sergio George.
Confirmation has been delivered through the “horse’s mouth” unequivocally, to wit: Charlie Aponte, via radio interview with La Zeta 93 (the best Salsa station in the universe) that he was approached by the very capable and talented Sergio George about a possible musical endeavour. According to Charlie himself, they are having a second meeting in Miami real soon.
Judging by Charlie’s tone in the interview, Charlie, to say the least was wooed. Here’s why: Sergio George is, and always has been in possession of success driven abilities to produce, arrange and make Salsa magic happen. Moreover, with the demeanor of a Latin Music Godfather, he chases talent worth having
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(I wonder if he wears a pinky ring.) It’s no wonder that Charlie would be engaging in conversations that hopefully include some mojitos, lyrical arranging and maybe a little recording?
“M: What do you base your decision on when you take on an artist?
S: I have to like their talent and potential for national exposure. Basically, they have to sell to the public. My job is to reach the masses, otherwise what I do doesn’t matter. That’s why I take on artists that have that mass-appeal and that I personally like and that have passion for music, like I do.”
While I was personally moved and saddened by the news of Charlie’s departure from El Gran Combo, its obvious that he’s not disappearing into oblivion, it is crystal clear that Charlie will be cooking up some new tunes for us soon enough. How he’ll reinvent himself as a solo artist remains to be seen.
Charlie, very publicly admitted to DJ “El Hachero” that he would lean more towards Sergio rather than current offers from Colombia. I’ll take the liberty to interpret that he probably thought that
it’s not about the money, it’s about the statute of the man presenting the contract, it’s about what “the man” has accomplished and how those accomplishments align with the objectives of the artist. I mean c’mon, if you need heart surgery, you don’t go to a foot doctor, right? I am just saying…
The irony of Sergio’s approach is very exciting for Salsa Music today. Here’s why, Charlie is not only well-seasoned, he is really, really talented. I’ve been inches away from him while he sings on stage, and I can attest that singing to him is a native tongue. His singing is natural, unlabored and truly a joy to witness.
While Charlie, now in his sixties, made a surprising unilateral business move by leaving the institution of
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Rico, undoubtedly he will find great success. In the words of El Hachero “Charlie voy a ti, y pago el doble.”
One particular statement Charlie made during his radio interview that stuck with me was: “One should not retire a particular job to then use the free time to visit doctors and buy medications” (It sounds better in Spanish). Such a statement stands alone as a testament that we never stop growing,
we never stop wanting and therefore should never stop reaching.
Dibuja Charlie D I B U J A.