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Que Bola? is sassy, spicy, lively latin jazz combined with afro-cuban music and salsa. Excellent performances make this one entertaining jazz CD suitable for dancing as wel…
What a wonderful surprise of fine jazz music for the listener on the new CD, "Espiritista." It is something you will find yourself mentally getting up from the cafe table a…
For those jazz listeners who enjoy the Latin sound, this is a perfect gift, and a lot of fun to have in the home library. It features one of Latin sounds greatest jazz pian…
Cuban-born, New York-raised alto saxophonist/composer has done more than many musicians hope to in a lifetime. Rivera has composed for symphony orchestras, recorded with mu…
For the jazz musician or jazz listener who enjoys unusual music, this seventeen selection CD of Cuban music is an enjoyable treat! A young jazz pianist, Tony Perez, sounds …
DeLucia has always been outright amazing; a true flamenco master, flawless equally in both technique and taste, he has delivered brilliant solo work over the decades as wel…
For those who enjoy Jazz with a Brazilian theme, pianist Joel A. Martin's "Jazzical: Brazil" will become a very welcome addition to the home musical library! For those of y…
Not Your Typical New Yorker is a debut CD from composer-pianist Joseph Diamond, and it is a genuine pleasure to introduce this young pianist to JAZZREVIEW.COM. Joseph Diamo…
One of Poncho Sanchez's best albums, Afro-Cuban Fantasy includes a little dance music, a little jazz, a few ballads, and a lot of enthusiasm. The mathematical ratio of jazz…
Paquito D'Rivera, Cuban alto Saxophonist was introduced to jazz by his father, who played tenor saxophone and gave him his first lesson. He was advertising Selmer saxophone…