Possibly, I'm obsessed. (Do you think?) I have another clip of Pupy's Timba a Pogolotti, from the rehearsal in Rome, and I just love it. There is so much going on - apart from the music - the dynamics and interactions between everyone playing, as well as the other musos, just hanging out watching - all these things tell a story.
This one has a great start: the band has already started playing, when Pupy waves Mandy, Pepito and Jannier towards him, to explain something to them. They nod, then walk back to the front of the stage. I guess he was talking about a new coro, because this clip doesn't contain the cuerpo - or anything that's on the Mi Timba 'Cerra' album: it's all new, cool stuff. Then later, there is Pepito boogieing on down, and El Tosco, flute in hand, arms spread wide, singing in front of Pupy's piano ... It's all good.
The musicos are Pupy's Mandy, Pepito, Jannier, Osiris, Bombon, Reinier, Gerardo and, er Pupy, with the Elite's Yanel on congas, and NG's metales and Alan on batería.
I've split it into two parts to get around that pesky youtube 100mb upload limit. The second part (I'm perverse) is below; go here for the other.