LP, Vinyl record album Cover and vinyl have a fair bit of wear. Vibraphone, Timbales, Primary Artist. A very groovy set from keyboardist Celso Murilo — a 60s album of organ and piano instrumentals with a really cool groove! Beginner’s Guide to Latin Jazz. A 2-in-1 Latin jazz spectacular from the mighty Cal Tjader! Hi-Fi Latin Rhythms, Vol. Autumn is an album of explosive power and imagination from Don Ellis — a set that shows him very firmly shaking off the more academic mode of earlier years, and heading into hipper, more youth-oriented directions! A pair of rare albums from the legendary Mulatu Astatke — back to back on a single CD!

Nuevo Disco Latino, Vol. Non-Stop 80’s Dance Party. LP, Vinyl record album. Non Stop Latin Party. Charanga at the Palladium, Vol. Even at this point in his career, Mongo shows himself to be a very forward-thinking cat — able to handle both traditional Cuban grooves, contemporary charanga lines, and even some straighter Latin jazz — of the sort that he picked up from labelmate Cal Tjader.

Before fleeing withpesos, Carlos shot the crib where the newborn lay crying, but he missed. Salsa Tribute to the Beatles. Latin Mix [2CD] [Madacy]. Cover has some wear.

Show only see all Show only. A pretty wonderful tribute to the pioneering talents of conga great Chano Pozo and jazz trumpet giant Dizzy Gillespie — led by Poncho Sanchez and Terrence Blanchard!

Most numbers have this really full, flowing groove — jazzy, but with a strong emphasis puch the rhythms — and often touched with some great work on guitar that echoes the Santana-inspired sound of the generation, yet never in a rock way at all.


Rplando Artist, Primary Artist. Late 80s Latin from Mongo Santamaria — but still pretty darn nice! This name uses Spanish naming customs: Kind of a “part 1” in the world of Mongo Santamaria’s hits — as the collection features work from his earliest years on wax, the time when he was recording for Fantasy Records — in a range of very groovy Latin styles!

Vintage Grooves

LP, Vinyl record album 70s rainbow label Met Richmond pressing. Early partner Willie Bobo is in the combo on Timba les — and other players include Pupi Legarreta and Jose Chombo Silva on violins, Rolando Lozano on flute, Rene Hernandez on piano, and both Louis Valizan and Marcus Cabuto on trumpets — not the kind of instrument you’d usually find on a charanga date, but still pretty appreciated here.

Firey 50’s mambo tracks by Tito — nicely jazzy, and with hard heavy percussion driving the whole thing along. Party Request Series, Vol.

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The album’s near-perfect right from the start — and brings in seie of New York elements to the groove, thanks to the inclusion of a heady amount of jazz alongside the soul, Latin, and funk elements in the grooves!

A hard-driving set from the great Eddie Palmieri — and a record that’s maybe his strongest salsa effort in years, even though it’s still filled with lots of the edgey, jazzy touches he’s also brought to his best material in recent decades! Gonzalo, siendo muy joven tocaste con Dizzy Gillespie en La Habana.


Beyond Patina Jazz Masters.

Style sheets are disabled or not working. Cal’s vibes are backed by Clare Fischer on electric piano, Willie Bobo on timba les, and a bunch of other good west coast players that include Victor Pantoja, Pancho D, and Gary Foster.

Salsa en la Calle 8 Ocho Latin Classics [Pazzaz 2 CD]. The Greatest Salsa Ever: Barrio Beatz con Sazon.

The Ultimate Latin Dance Party. Arranger, Composer, Primary Artist. Smooth Jazz Plays the Hits!

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Sun, Sand and Salsa. GRubalcaba June 3, Uno es reflejo de la familia. Joe’s shaking off most of Latin tradition here — going for a tightly focused sound that features plenty of timba les and congas, and which also introduces a bit of English language to their repertoire — thanks to vocals by Jimmy Sabater on the track “To Be With You”.

Latin New York Timbales, Composer, Primary Artist. Latin Grooves on Blue Note. That’s definitely the case here, as Ray mixes straighter Latin modes with a few border touches — creating a hybrid of New York and Mexican modes that’s pretty unique — but which also has some occasional funk and soul currents that are probably the record’s strongest suit!