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Poncho Sanchez serves up a feast of fine sound in this collection. Joined by some of the best jazz musicians in the business, he excels with this unique collection of sound…
Cal Tjader (1925-1982) was not exactly a cutting-edge innovator, but as a bandleader, composer, and vibist he did a great deal to bring jazz and Latin elements together lon…
For those who enjoy romantic Latin jazz, this collection is the perfect choice. There are ten selections on the CD. Among the listening gems are such songs as "Sophisticate…
Though born in New Mexico, where he first started playing trumpet in his father’s mariachi band, Tony Lujan has developed the versatility, combined with a feel for the nume…
Bassist Oskar Cartaya’s first release as a leader is an all-out throw-down that deserves to send the bassist into wider popular recognition with audiences in the jazz and L…
This is a winning collection of Latin jazz, and for those who like a fine Latin jam session, this is the one to take home from the CD store! Great and lively, this collecti…
Latino intensity was never so feverishly served up in musical form as from the composition and imagination of one Oskar Cartaya. With a mesmerizing mixture of jazz and funk…
I guess the best way to describe this stunning quartet, is tosuggest that maybe they delve into a new idiom we might call: Island Bebop!! There's something nouveau here, so…
Horatio "El Negro" Hernandez has been busy drumming from the second day of his arrival in the United States in 1993. On that day, he joined Paquito D’Rivera in recording
Concord Records has developed quite a series of CD’s devoted to Latin jazz under the Picante name, one of the offshoots of Concord’s recording activities after founder Carl…
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