jueves, 13 de abril de 2017

Cal Tjader • Cal Tjader's Latin Concert



Review by Scott Yanow
Latin Concert is a pretty good sampling of vibraphonist Cal Tjader's influential Latin jazz of the 1950s. With pianist Vince Guaraldi, bassist Al McKibbon, Willie Bobo on timbales and drums, and the congas of Mongo Santamaria, Tjader's impressive unit performs four of his catchy originals and two by Santamaria in addition to Latinized versions of "The Continental" and Ray Bryant's "Cubano Chant." This highly rhythmic music is hard to dislike.




Tracklist:
1 - Viva Cepeda
2 - Mood For Milt
3 - The Continental
4 - Lucero
5 - Tu Crees Que?
6 - Mi Guaguanco
7 - Cubano Chant
8 - A Young Love
9 - Theme


Credits:
    Bass – Al McKibbon
    Congas – Mongo Santamaria
    Drums, Timbales – Willie Bobo
    Piano – Vince Guaraldi
    Remastered By – Phil De Lancie
    Vibraphone – Cal Tjader

Notes
Recorded at the Blackhawk, San Francisco, 1958
Digital Remastering, 1991 (Fantasy Studios, Berkeley)





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