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Bestsellers Salvador are back with another infectious blend of upbeat, rhythm-fueled tunes.
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With ‘Make Some Noise’ the 7 piece band, Salvador, mix the Spanish feel of their Texas home with their own brand of contemporary Christian music to create a hybrid sound with a 70s/80s vintage feel to sweep the English and Spanish/Latin Christian music scene.
Already winners of the Dove "Best Spanish Album of the Year" 2004 for "Con Poder" it’s four years since their last album, "Aware". After trying a new mix of sounds they return with fresh energy and on a straight line back to their old original sound of brassy sax and trumpets with sassy Latin rhythms and an album that includes a pair of highly promising radio targeted singles-to-be.
Make Some Noise CD was published by EMI in February 2013 and is our 22961st best seller. The ISBN for Make Some Noise CD is 804147166328.
"All in all, "Make Some Noise" is a wonderful return to form. It's pure Christian funk with dashes of soul, pop and blues. With a disc so good, they definitely have reasons to make joyful noises to the Lord."
"These songs have an optimism, an expectation, that a life of following Jesus is a life worth living. We're making a joyful noise the best way we know how, and would love for you to join the party!"
Over an acclaimed career of more than a dozen years, the Texas band Salvador have mixed a cocktail of musical styles, from the Tex-Mex and Latin sounds of the band's Austin, Texas birthplace, to hip-hop, pop, jam band rhythms, rock and much more. Now the band get back to what they do best: an unashamed blend of the Spanish rhythms of the band’s home state and late 70s early 80s brass and sax infused funk.
"Make Some Noise" doesn’t exactly blaze a new trail for this seven-piece band, it gives them a fast track ticket to back to where the journey began. With energy and enthusiasm, joy and abandon, and a sheer love of music making – just play the video, the new album sees them back in the groove of their 2000 release - way before their Billboard Latin Music Award nominations or the 2004 Dove Award for Spanish Language Album of the Year.
The album marks a 360 degree moment for a band that’s toured with Third Day, worked with producer Chris Rodriguez, and performed at Dr. Billy Graham's final New York City crusade in 2005. Lead singer Nic Gonzales even cleared out some space in the detached, single-car garage of his 1950s home in Franklin, Tennessee turning the combo back into a garage band for pre-studio rehearsals.
Nic told a Jeff Roberts Ministries interviewer: "We wanted to get back to the love we had on that first record, at some point you have to forget about being cool, get in the garage, get your hands dirty and see what happens."
The album does just what it says on the tin – well CD sleeve, with a dynamic spirit that sounds like one long live show rather than 11 separate tracks. ‘Make Some Noise’ has been described as a message of hope wrapped in music that moves. If you’ve not heard them before, think and expect a cross between Latin dance rhythms and the best sounds of the late 1970's and early '80s.
The album started with a week-long writing session in a cabin, later fleshed out in the studio with each musician adding his own character. Struggling with challenges in his personal life – Nic’s four year old son, Zealand has speech development issues, the band’s lead wants Salvador's latest offering to make a difference in the lives of long-time fans, and new listeners alike. "This record is a celebration of life, and no matter what's going on in your life, even if it's tough, we're going to make it," Gonzales told the Jeff Roberts interviewer.
|Publisher||EMI (February 2013)|
|Page last updated||18th August 2016|