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viernes, 6 de octubre de 2017

Cal Tjader • Roots Of Acid Jazz

Cal Tjader developed a thirst for Latin Music that became unquenchable when he discovered El Sonido Nuevo (The New Sound) of Afro-Cuban Jazz on the streets of New York City. He played with some of the all time greats through out his career, and from the founding of his Modern Mambo Quartet in 1954, to his death in 1982, he helped launch the careers of numerous musicians. His music continues to inspire, and have impact on the evolution of Latin music in the US.
The 16 tracks presented here are some mighty fine recordings, featuring Cal Tjader on vibes throughout. "Manteca" becomes a sexy weaving of melodies between the flute and vibes, adding depth to this modern classic. "Soul Burst" features an explosion of percussion by congas, timbales and more--while Tito Puente's "Picadillo" is rendered superbly as well.
Not a bad track on the CD, and you will have fun recognizing some of the 60's classic jazz performers that have joined in, including Chick Corea, Donald Byrd, Willie Bobo, and more. ~ Edward Alexander Gerster "miamibooks" ~ Miamibooks

Cal Tjader - Roots Of Acid Jazz Tracks:
01  Los Jibaros
02  Manteca
03  Samba Do Suenho
04  Mambo in Miami
05  Triste
06  Soul Burst
07  Los Bandidos
08  Soul Sauce :: Guachi Guaro 
09  Picadillo
10  Maramoor Mambo
11  Insight
12  Tokyo Blues
13  Afro-Blue  
14  Cuando, Cuando, Que Sera?
15  Cal's Bluedo
16  Fuji

Cal Tjader (vibraphone);
Oliver Nelson, Chico O'Farrill, Stan Applebaum (conductor, arranger);
Eddie Palmieri (arranger, piano);
Claus Ogerman (arranger);
Willie Bobo (vocals, percussion);
Jimmy Heath (tenor saxophone);
Donald Byrd (trumpet);
Julian Priester, Jose Rodriguez, Mark Weinstein (trombone);
George Castro (flute, percussion);
Seldon Powell, Jerry Dodgion, Paul Horn (flute);
Chick Corea, Lonnie Hewitt, Al Zulaica, Clare Fischer, Joao Donato (piano);
Dick Hyman (organ);
Attila Zoller, Kenny Burrell (guitar);
Bobby Rodriguez, Al McKibbon, Stan Gilbert, John Hilliard, Freddy Schreiber, Bob Bushnell, Richard Davis, Red Mitchell, George Duvivier (bass);
Tommy Lopez, Manny Oquendo, Grady Tate, Johnny Rae, Carl Burnett, Ed Thigpen (drums);
Armando Peraza (percussion, bongo);
Ray Barretto (conga, percussion);
Barry Rogers, Patato Valdez, Wilfredo Vincente, Bill Fitch (conga);
Jose Mangual (timbale);
Ismail Quintana, Victor Pantoja, Alberto Valdes (percussion);

Original Release Date: May 21, 1996
Label: Polygram Records
Recorded between August 1961 and September 1967.

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