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[SOLVED] vaya bombo_ wine yuh bum-boom, tiny winey.

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<a href="/hu/translator/felixnauta" class="userpopupinfo username" rel="user1341712">felixnauta</a>
Csatlakozott: 14.06.2017
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Hey, please could someone help me identifying this only song?

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=G256o4Gvr5Q

the problem is in that time, between 1985 and 1995 I do not know English, and I cannot remember
the lyrics of the song, only in certain way just part of the music.
I know is hard, just someone who listened it, maybe can help me.
It's a tropical, song; not rock, even not salsa, not merengue.
I guess is from some Caribbean island.

It sounded very similar to a kind of slow soca.
And I guess it was sang in English, not my native Spanish.
Please. TAKE NOTICE:
"vaya bombo" is not the title of the song; is a kind of tarareo " humming" of the song
because at that time: plus 20 years or more I didn't know enough English for
decipher the lyrics.
Thanks in advance.

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<a href="/hu/translator/sandring" class="userpopupinfo username" rel="user1263066">sandring</a>
Csatlakozott: 18.10.2015

Hola, Felix!
No estoy segura de que es lo que estás buscando pero quién sabe....

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3P3xVelvAVA
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Q3Z476ejZHM

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<a href="/hu/translator/felixnauta" class="userpopupinfo username" rel="user1341712">felixnauta</a>
Csatlakozott: 14.06.2017

Quiubo Sandring, que milagro verte por aquí.
Muchas gracias por tu sugerencia; pero no, no es esa la canción.
Me olvidaba decirte: tampoco es rumba flamenca, rumba catalana, o cosa por el estilo.
Era algo medio caribeño o cosa así.
Y era en Inglés además de eso.
Es increíble, pero esa es la única canción que me hace falta por identificar de un resto
que tenía sin identificar.

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<a href="/hu/translator/felixnauta" class="userpopupinfo username" rel="user1341712">felixnauta</a>
Csatlakozott: 14.06.2017

I have one method, for identifying unknown tracks of music: I upload them to hearthis or to youtube...
then the software that identify the tracks for copyright purposes at 5 minutes or less send me
a mail with the performer, author and name of the track, song, etc.

This time, so I don't have a recording of the song I must to use a tarareo...
I have not received any mail notifying me about that song.
I already added more info, for example: "vaya bombo" it was not the name of the song,
it's just a "re-constructed" word in a time when I do not know enough knowledge
of the English language.
In San Andrés Islas, Colombia, the native language is the English, even the Spanish.
If my memory doesn't fail, I guess it was from that place, but even so, I know it's hard to find!

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<a href="/hu/translator/sandring" class="userpopupinfo username" rel="user1263066">sandring</a>
Csatlakozott: 18.10.2015

Hi, Felix. If it's a rumba from Colombia then you should look for Cumbia. Why don't you look it up as a clue? Regular smile

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<a href="/hu/translator/felixnauta" class="userpopupinfo username" rel="user1341712">felixnauta</a>
Csatlakozott: 14.06.2017

No, Sandring.
Rumba in Colombia is: have a fun in a party, un festejo, un baile, una rumb

In Spain and sometimes in other context the rumba is a musical genre:
https://es.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rumba_flamenca

Your suggestions are very near to the rumbas flamencas, specially the rumbas catalanas.
It's not cumbia, niether rumba.

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<a href="/hu/translator/roster-31" class="userpopupinfo username" rel="user1158631">roster 31</a>
Csatlakozott: 15.02.2013

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Q3Z476ejZHM

Es una rumba cubana, lo que siempre fueron las rumbas. De ahí salieron otras, tal vez las catalanas o las colombianas.

La canción claramente dice "vaya bombo" or "bombón".

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Q3Z476ejZHM

Es una rumba cubana, lo que siempre fueron las rumbas. De ahí salieron otras, tal vez las catalanas o las colombianas.

En ésta, yo creo que dice, "pa ran pan pan".y no "ba ran ban ban".

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Csatlakozott: 14.06.2017

Sí, ese es el origen de la rumba flamenca, la rumba cubana, y más que la rumba, la guaracha; porque
rumba en Ltinoamérica es un vocablo que tienen varais acepciones.

En este caso el tema que quiero identificar, era como bien lo dije al comienzo: en Inglés, pero
por no saberlo hace ya unos 20 asño más o menos; no logro recordar la letra en Inglés;
pero fijo que no era rock, ni rumba, ni salsa; era otra cosa algo tropical, pero no lo se
con precisión.
"vaya bombo" es tan solo un "humming" un tarareo, una aproximación.
Quizás era de un grupo de San Andrés Islas, Colombia, donde se hablan Inglés y Español
y mezclaban con el Inglés algunas palabras en el otro idioma.

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Csatlakozott: 14.06.2017

It sounded very similar to a kind of slow soca.

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Csatlakozott: 14.06.2017

Yahoooooo! ha ha
Finally, after searchings and searchings; and trying to identify her genre I could get it:

Byron Lee & The Dragonaires ‎– Tiny Winey

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Eqd-io8mwwc

https://www.discogs.com/es/Byron-Lee-And-The-Dragonaires-Tiny-Winey/mast...

Tiney Winey (90s Soca) Lyrics

By Byron Lee & The Dragonaires

Byron Lee and The Dragonaires - Tiny Winey - Lyrics

Tiny Winey, dis chick from country
Come home dis season, looking fuh fun
Tiny Winey, went way so long, now she
Back home, wailing down de town
Ah come tuh run, ah come tuh jump,
Ah come tuh ahh....
Ah want to rumbaa, up to dis soca,
Ah wah nuh.

Tiny Winey, wine yuh boom-boom
Tiny Winey, wine yuh boom-boom
Tiny Winey, wine yuh boom-boom
Tiny Winey, wine yuh boom-boom
Badabadabadabadadapbadow, Badabada-
Badabadadapbadow, wine miss Tiny
Roll back miss Tiny,
Badabadabadabadadapbadow, Badabada-
Badabadadapbadow, wine miss Tiny
Roll back miss Tiny.

Tiny Winey, tell de committee, I am
Ah West Indian, I love plenty action
Since my arrival, for Carnival, like
Ah wining machine, in meh system
Ah come tuh run, ah come tuh jump,
Ah come tuh ahh....
Ah want to rumbaa, up to dis soca,
Ah wah nuh.

Tiny Winey, wine yuh boom-boom
Tiny Winey, wine yuh boom-boom
Tiny Winey, wine yuh boom-boom
Tiny Winey, wine yuh boom-boom
Badabadabadabadadapbadow, Badabada-
Badabadadapbadow, wine miss Tiny
Roll back miss Tiny,
Badabadabadabadadapbadow, Badabada-
Badabadadapbadow, wine miss Tiny
Roll back miss Tiny.

Tiny Winey, jumping in ah band
Wining, wining, on she man
Tiny Winey, get so hot, she say Mister
Gih meh all yuh got
Ah come tuh run, ah come tuh jump,
Ah come tuh ahh....
Ah want to rumbaa, up to dis soca,
Ah wah nuh.

Tiny Winey, wine yuh boom-boom
Tiny Winey, wine yuh boom-boom
Tiny Winey, wine yuh boom-boom
Tiny Winey, wine yuh boom-boom
Badabadabadabadadapbadow, Badabada-
Badabadadapbadow, wine miss Tiny
Roll back miss Tiny,
Badabadabadabadadapbadow, Badabada-
Badabadadapbadow, wine miss Tiny
Roll back miss Tiny.

Wine miss Tiny, roll back dis Tiny,
Ah say tuh wine miss Tiny, roll back miss Tiny,
Miss Tiny wine, wine, wine,
Miss Tiny wine, wine, wine,
Miss Tiny wine, wine, wine, roll back miss Tiny.

Wine miss Tiny, roll back dis Tiny,
Ah say tuh wine miss Tiny, roll back miss Tiny,
Miss Tiny wine, wine, wine,
Miss Tiny wine, wine, wine,
Miss Tiny wine, wine, wine, roll back miss Tiny.

Wine, aye-aye, wine, uh-oh
Wine, aye-aye, wine, uh-oh
Ah say tuh wine miss Tiny, roll back miss Tiny,
Wine miss Tiny, aye-aye , roll back miss Tiny,
Uh-oh
Wine miss Tiny, aye-aye , roll back miss Tiny,
Uh-oh
Wine, aye-aye, wine, uh-oh
Wine, aye-aye, wine, uh-oh
Ah say tuh wine miss Tiny, roll back miss Tiny,
Wine miss Tiny, aye-aye.

[Lyrics from: https:/lyrics.az/byron-lee-and-the-dragonaires/-/tiny-winey.html]

Thanks to all of you my virtual friends for trying to help me!

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Csatlakozott: 14.06.2017

Maybe in the Jamaican English the transcription could be: wine yuh bum-boom, tiny winey.

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Csatlakozott: 14.06.2017

I already post it for a translation because the very Jamaican idioms.
https://lyricstranslate.com/es/request/tiny-winey
Thank you.

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