A Holiday Fashion Show

A Holiday Fashion Show in the streets of Old San Juan, presented by Pure Soul Boutique, Royal Vintage Fashion Boutique and Abislaiman Joyas.

This video is about "A Holiday Fashion Show" in Puerto Rico, in 2018, sponsored by Pure Soul Boutique in Old San Juan, Royal Vintage Fashion Boutique in Miramar and Abislaiman Joyas in Old San Juan. The music on the video is from the original music of Carli Muñoz's " Follow Me" September 2018 release.


Carli Muñoz’s At The Bridge Christmas Song

The song At the Bridge, words by Van Dyke Parks and music by Carli Muñoz, is available for streaming on iTunes, Spotify, Amazon, Apple Music and at most of the streaming media.

The song At the Bridge is the collaborative masterful work of Carli Muñoz on music and quintessential American lyricist, Van Dyke Parks. It is the derivative effort of Muñoz’s Lunaressence, a highly complex and sophisticated acapella music track, previously released on Carli Muñoz, In My Soul, 2006 album release. At the Bridge was recorded in studio sessions between Brooklyn, NY, and San Juan, Puerto Rico, where Muñoz resides. This single release follows the recent (October 5, 2018) release of Carli’s tour de force album Follow Me, on Tabono Records, warming the hearts of the listener with a rarely-heard-today flair of nostalgic traditional lushly orchestrated arrangement and rich vocals— a rare gem in today’s popular music composing.


At the Bridge is a trailblazer, both musically and lyrically, especially for the holidays. And it comes at a time of great division in the hopes of being a catalyst for greatly needed compassion and unity in America. Throughout the lyrical content, At the Bridge artfully beckons the listener to “thoughts of Yuletides from long ago”, evoking nostalgia and the true meaning of the holidays, and at the same time pondering on social disparities that divide us. There is a dynamically jaunty middle section where Presidential opulence is contrasted with extreme poverty, whilst the end section brings hope. 


Although Van Dyke Parks in Los Angeles, California and Carli Muñoz in San Juan, Puerto Rico reside more than 3,000 miles apart, they remain good friends from the times they both collaborated with The Beach Boys. “These are links that remain very close to my heart”, says Carli, referring to Parks as well as to other dear friends and colleagues remaining from his sojourn in LA from 1969 to 1985. 


Music composer and recording artist Carli Muñoz music career extends over 5 decades of performing and recording with luminaries in both the rock and jazz world, such as Wilson Pickett, The Beach Boys, Peter Cetera, George Benson, Chico Hamilton, Charles Lloyd, Etta James and many others. Muñoz’s own works include: Love Tales, Both Sides Now, Maverick, Live at Carli’s Vol. 1, 2 and 3 and In my Soul. His latest release Follow Me, quickly gained worldwide notoriety for its level of craftsmanship, as well as for its altruist message. Muñoz performs regularly at his jazz club/restaurant, Carli’s Fine Bistro & Piano, in Old San Juan, Puerto Rico.


Who is Carli Muñoz?

Music composer and recording artist Carli Muñoz music career extends over five decades of performing and recording with luminaries in both the rock and jazz world, such as Wilson Pickett, The Beach Boys, Peter Cetera, George Benson, Chico Hamilton, Charles Lloyd, Etta James and many others.


Wangari Maathai Music Video (full version)

"Wangari Maathai," the first single from Carli Muñoz' stunning new album, FOLLOW ME, tells the story of the first African woman to win a Nobel Peace Prize for empowering women in her native Kenya to plant trees, bringing barren land back to life and ultimately achieving a sustainable local economy.

SUPERPOWER

This video is about Carli Muñoz’s song, SUPERPOWER


Carli Muñoz’s birthday at The River Cafe

A musical vignette at The River Cafe in Brooklyn, NY. Carli Muñoz’s birthday dinner with Kat Díaz Muñoz and Mía Muñoz

Wangari Maathai / Carli Muñoz Follow Me

Leaving this Town / The Beach Boys Live in Concert

Leaving this Town, from The Beach Boys Live album 1973, featuring Blondy Chaplin on lead vocals and Carli Muñoz on a B3 Hammond organ monster solo.