Various - Experimental Latin Jazz: The Best Of The 70's, Volume One mp3 flac
- Album: Experimental Latin Jazz: The Best Of The 70's, Volume One
- MP3: 1269 mb | FLAC: 1468 mb
- Released: 1997
- Rating: 4.3/5
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Performer: VA Album: Atlantic Jazz - Best Of The '70s Label: Atlantic Recording Corp. Made in DE. Catalog 8122-71 Style: Jazz Year: 1994 Format: FLAC (tracks . ue) Bitrate: lossless. Отчёт EAC об извлечении, выполненном 3. ноября 2014, 22:04. VA, Atlantic Jazz: Best Of The '70s. Дисковод: ASUS DVD-E616A3T Adapter: 5 ID: 0. Режим чтения : Достоверность Использование точного потока : Да Отключение кэша аудио : Да Использование указателей C2 : Нет.
Release group information. Artist: Eddie Palmieri, Cortijo y su Combo & Ismael Quintana. Type: Album + Compilation.
Musician performer: Various. Title: Experimental Latin Jazz: The Best Of The 70's, Volume One. Date of release: 1997.
Yes, this album might have a tough time competing with similar collections from the Blue Note and Impulse! imprints. EAC extraction logfile from 25. January 2015, 19:50. Various Artists, Atlantic Jazz (Best Of The '60s, Volume 2). Used drive : TSSTcorpCDDVDW SH-224DB Adapter: 1 ID: 0. Read mode : Secure Utilize accurate stream : Yes Defeat audio cache : Yes Make use of C2 pointers : No.
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One cannot talk about Latin jazz without mentioning one of its fathers, Francisco Raúl Gutiérrez Grillo, better known as Machito. He moved to New York from Cuba, eventually forming his band the Afro-Cubans in 1940 that, with the help of musical director Mario Bauzá, were among the first to combine traditional jazz arrangements with Afro-Cuban rhythms, frequently hiring American jazz composers to arrange Cuban songs. The first side of the album is comprised of three hot salsa numbers. La Malanga, Pa’ Huele and Bilongo mix Cuban rhythms, the two trombones dancing around each other. Initially dismissed upon release, Sofrito is actually very representative of the jazz movement in the ’70s and sees Santamaría in his 50s willing to experiment a bit, fusing Latin rhythms with funky beats and West African-influenced grooves along with electric keys and synths.
|1||–Eddie Palmieri Feat. Ismael Quintana||Adoracion|
|2||–Eddie Palmieri||The Mod Scene|
|3||–Eddie Palmieri||Chocolate Ice Cream|
|4||–Cortijo Y Su Combo||De Coco Y Anis|
|5||–Eddie Palmieri||La Libertad Logica|
|6||–Cortijo Y Su Combo||Gumbo|
|7||–Eddie Palmieri||Condiciones Que Existen|
|9||–Cortijo Y Su Combo||Carnaval|
|10||–Eddie Palmieri||La Malanga|
|11||–Cortijo Y Su Combo||La Verdad|