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This year has seen the loss of the giants of Latin Music- Tito Puente, Mongo Santamaria, and most recently Celia Cruz and Company Segundo. It is clear an era has ended in w…
Timbales madness!!! That’d be an appropriate alternate title for this reissued platter - after all, we’ve had Alto Madness, Bongo Madness, Tenor Gladness, Bongo Fury…
The train pulls into the station and the conductor shouts, "Latinsville! All out for Latinsville!" Off the map for a lot time, Fantasy reinstates the route to the long-out-…
The Traveler is the 4th release from the Pittsburgh based group headed by Guitarist Eric Susoeff. It includes covers of the little known Coltrane composition " 26-2", Ray B…
Edu Tancredi was born in Uruguay, so close to Brazil that he grew up speaking both Spanish and Portuguese. He was classically trained on piano as a child and later studied …
Conga drum wizard Candido Camero has been the percussionist of choice when jazz players [like Gene Ammons, David Amram, and Elvin Jones] wanted/needed a specialist in Afro-…
Yeah! This is the real deal here. The energy is hot, the tunes are tight, and the playing joyful. This is the debut release from Motema Music and drummer Lea has assembled …
Fans of this fine group anxiously awaited the release of Volume 4 of the Los Hombres Calientes series. Titled Vodou Dance the album features tra…
In his first live recording in over 15 years, Pete Escovedo returns in a classic recording of his contemporary Latin style, full of vigor, life, and a great sense of fun. I…
Trumpeter Irvin Mayfield and legendary percussionist Bill Summers give Latin jazz fans a history lesson with their latest release, Vol. 4: Vodou Dance. Mayfield, a New Orle…