Songs To your Eyes Launches New Latin Music Division and “Caliente Music” Catalog

Film Music Magazine • November 6, 2009

Music library company Songs To Your Eyes has launched a new, Latin Music Division and that division’s first release, the “Caliente Music” catalogue. The announcements were made today by Opher Yisraeli, founder, Songs To Your Eyes, Ltd.

Comprised of authentic Salsa, Cuban, Reggaeton, Latin, Hip Hop, Cocktail Latin Jazz, Merengue, Latin Pop, Rock En Espaniol and other genres, the music featured within the new “Caliente” catalogue was recorded by musicians, based in Puerto Rico, Cuba, Miami, and the Dominican Republic. Some recent talent signed to create music for the “Caliente” catalogue include the world renowned, Puerto Rican band “Plena Libre,” “Moises Gonzales” from Cuba, and the hard edge Reggaeton of “Mr. Dominican.” The music featured on “Caliente” can be delivered to clients of Songs To Your Eyes on CD, searchable DVDs, or via hard drive.

Songs To Your Eyes is making the “Caliente Music” catalogue available for use within television shows, feature films, film trailers (both-in theater and on TV), TV promos, and within other multi-media outlets. Initial placements from the “Caliente Music” catalogue will be heard in the “Desperate Housewives, Season 5” DVD trailer, within a TV promo for “Handy Manny” for client Disney Television, within the television series “Burn Notice”, and within the theatrical film trailer promoting “Family Wedding”.

Regarding the launch of his company’s new division and the release of the “Caliente” catalogue, Yisraeli said, “This initial, 14-volume collection of music was specifically compiled with film and TV placements in mind. I noticed that no authentic, hi-quality, Latin catalogue was currently being offered by other music libraries. We catalogued the music on ‘Caliente’ in a way that will help editors and music supervisors find what they need fast, by tagging the music with key words that describe what the various offerings sound like. The catalogue is available on our website, and can be searched by entering ‘Genre,’ ‘Instrumentation,’ ‘Moods,’ and ‘Tempos.’ We hope all of our clients will grab a margarita and join our party. Ay Caramba!”



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