9 thoughts on “ Jumpin With Symphony Sid - Various - Saoco: Masters Of Afro-Cuban Jazz (CD)

  1. Grammy-winning bandleader, conguero, and percussionist Poncho Sanchez is among the most influential percussionists in jazz. As a member of vibraphonist Cal Tjader's Latin jazz group since the mid-'70s, he's continually woven the thread of a unique musical signature through straight-ahead jazz, gritty soul and funk, and the melodies and rhythms of Afro-Latin and South American sources.
  2. From the ultrarare record 'Eso Es Latin Jazz, Man!', Diaz Mena leads this polished orchestra in a beautiful rendition of a jazz classic featuring two helpings of chocolate: the leader on congas, and the marvellous ubiquitous trumpeter, Alfredo "Chocolate" Armenteros. ¡Saoco! - Masters Of Afro-Cuban Jazz / Various Artists.
  3. charlie parker avec l’orchestre de maurice moufflard paris, 29 november lady bird. charlie parker quintet birdland, nyc, 9 december jumpin’ with symphony sid • anthropology • embraceable you • cheryl • salt peanuts/ jumpin’ with symphony sid. machito and his afro-cuban orchestra nyc, 21/12/ the afro-cuban jazz.
  4. May 31,  · Ok, back to the CD. Oddly enough, the person that requested this is actually from Portugal and wants me to e-mail him or something if I post it. After I do this, I suspect I'll get a few people from Portugal looking at the words I'm writing right now. With this in mind, I'm not going to write much about Fado for fear of looking like a moron in.
  5. He was one of the first to introduce Latin music to the United States by bringing Cuban musical styles to the jazz scene. Pete Nater's Salsa Legends and Masters Academy Learn about the history, legends, and masters of the Salsa genre, take lessons, read articles and more.
  6. Buy a CD or Vinyl record and get 90 days free Amazon Music Unlimited Jumpin' with Symphony Sid. Product description Talking about the best jazz players in the world, we cannot forget to mention Dizzy Gillespie. Together with Louis Armstrong are considered the Gods of the Trumopet in this musical genre.5/5(2).
  7. Fantastic work from one of our favorite jazz duos of all time – pianist Jack Wilson and the young vibes genius Roy Ayers – working here back before his soul/ funk fame of the 70s, in a completely different style! Ayers and Wilson only made a handful of records together back in the day – including important dates for Atlantic and Blue Note.
  8. Highlights include the original version of his greatest hit "Lullaby of Birdland" plus "September in the Rain," "East of the Sun," "Jumpin' with Symphony Sid," "How High the Moon" and "I'll Remember April." To annoy completists, a previously unheard alternate take of "I Wished on the Moon" is included.

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