Dreams “Reinvented” and released as the perfect introduction to a whole new musical genre – LATIN COUNTRY
Charles J. & the Conquistadors release a duet as their first single by merging Rock, Country and Latin Ranchera music with the iconic Fleetwood Mac song “Dreams”.
– Charles J. Jones
LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA, USA, September 22, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ – This is the birth of a new genre of authentic Latin country music. Charles J. & The Conquistadors entered the world music scene creating and bringing their own unique sound by fusing traditional country music and authentic organic Latin music mixed with ranchera and bachata beats.
After seeing the widespread popularity surge in 2020 of the song “Dreams” go viral, singer, songwriter and producer Charles J. Jones, who was a former Universal Records / Rising Tide country music recording artist who wore previously named JC Jones, decided that while a lot of people sang and covered “Dreams”, he felt it was the perfect song to “reimagine” and create a whole new exciting arrangement and “sound” using music. authentic Latin ranchera instruments such as horns, strings and a Mexican harp with Latin rhythmic patterns mixed with a steel guitar. This created and produced a whole new genre of music that was totally fresh and unique.
Produced by Charles J. Jones and Angel Duran, and designed and mixed by Grammy-nominated mixer Carmen Grillo, Charles decided to incorporate as a female duo partner the talented voice of Latin mariachi singer Jasmine Lopez, who was previously a member of the Grammy nominated. mariachi group Mariachi Divas for 6 years. “Her voice and talent was so perfect for this song and she was able to incorporate and bring her own unique style to this iconic rock song,” said Charles.
“Dreams” is the 1st release of their album entitled TruthAvenger which comes out after the 1st of the year on the independent label Metamundo. With “Dreams” Charles J. & the Conquistadors released “Crazy Heart”, a country bolero style song that is sung in English and Spanish on the classic “Before the Next Teardrop Falls” by Freddy Fender. Included in their next album, Charles J. & the Conquistadors have decided to create their own story by producing and recording the first English-speaking “Country Ranchera” style song “ONE” (which will be released in October) and also the first English song. . also speaking “Country Bachata” with “Leave the Lovin ‘To Me” and a Latin Country Bachata Duet version of Rihanna’s hit “We Found Love”.
A song that will also be released soon in the next few months is a duet produced by Country Latin with legendary country music duo The Bellamy Brothers. Charles is currently discussing the recording of another duo produced in a Latin country with another well-known multi-platinum recording artist, but said he will keep it a secret until a deal is made and expressed his enthusiasm and is open to recording with many future recording artists of all genres. As Charles states, “With this type of music and the way we do the production and the arrangements, all kinds of music and songs that we can ‘reimagine’ and recreate and reintroduce to a whole new generation. After all, success is success. We do it all the time with movies and superheroes, they evolve over time as we “recreate” them. ‘? ”
As Charles states in his bio, “I’m not here to play the game of country music but to recreate it. I’m creating a style of music that has never really been done before. Imagine being in 2021 and having it here. ‘daring to say that. This is NOT Tex-Mex or Mariachi, but an authentic fusion of styles. ” Charles knows he’s on to something big because while he had this idea of combining country music with ranchera beats and vision 20 years ago, the timing just wasn’t there. While with Spotify which recently launched the “CountryLatino” music category, this music perfectly illustrates this category.
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DREAMS (Fleetwood Mac Cover-Latin Country Duo) – Charles J. & The Conquistadors feat. Jasmin lopez