They convert Dragon Ball song to norteño in tribute to Akira Toriyama: VIDEO – El Sol de Mazatlán

Monday 25 March, 2024
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It is a Texan group with Mexican roots that thus honors the creator of Dragon Ball, Akira Toriyama, for his recent death, they are EZ Band

The EZ Band group it has won the admiration of some, but also the antipathy of others, since it has entered a field where not many have dared to get their feet wet, but also does it in a natural way, which, at least in the musical part, is very well assembled and with great sense and talent.

They are a group that plays everything, but in northern style, is led by the musician Jaime Guevara and reside in Houston, their peculiarity has earned them to appear in reports of great newspapers of the United States and at least en Texas are a phenomenon that takes thousands of people to their dances.

AND within that versatility that Jaime himself has, who knows how to play various instruments, he recorded as a tribute to the recent death of Akira Toriyama, a version in northern cumbia mode of the theme of “ Dragon Ball ”, it’s about the song “Cha La Head Cha La”, where he plays the drums, bass, accordion, sixth bass, sings and even does the choirs himself, he published it in Instagram:

“ Thanks Akira Toriyama for all the good times I spent in front of the television when I was just a little Saiyajin. All the problems disappeared when this topic started and I forgot everything. You know that the only way I can express myself is via music. So there goes again this topic called “Cha La Head Cha La” from the legendary series of Dragon Ball Z. You are an incredible being, you did your best and that’s why I admire you. Until always old friend, fly high. See you at the Another world”.

The Latin version song of the series

“ The sky shines around me. When flying, flashes shine in the clouds without end, with freedom you can cross the blue sky today, the truth flees to a blow suddenly on you. As if a volcano erupted, melt a large glacier, you will see a large dragon up close.

Cha-la head-cha-la, no matter what happens, I will always keep my spirits up. Cha-la head-cha-la, vibrant my heart feels emotion, I will make a Genkidama”, says the letter.

It all started in 1984 when Toriyama created Goku, but it was not until 1993 when the series began to be broadcast on Channel 5 nationwide and it was on September 2, 1997 when Dragon Ball first aired in Mexico and since then it has entered the hearts of all its followers in our country, along with that adaptation of the main theme with which it began, which was the work of singer and music director Ricardo Silva.

EZ Band and their own rock and pop versions

This Texan group, with evident Mexican roots has dabbled in making adaptations of songs already known, created and performed by other artists of very different genres and has given them a new meaning, the most representative of them is their version of “ Hey There Delilah ”, song of Plain White T’s, with which they have made themselves known more globally.

Other well-known songs from this grouping of that style are “ Creep ” of Radiohead and “Easy on Me” of Adele, although in the dances where they play in Houston, mainly, they can be seen delighting the thousands of presents with music by Selena, Golden Horse and even Dynamite Sound, a whole box of monerías this Mexican-Texan group.

Originally published in The Sun of Hermosillo

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Source: from El Sol de Mazatlán | Noticias Locales, Policiacas, sobre México, Sinaloa y el Mundo – frontpage on 2024-03-19 15:17:13

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