For the first time since the 1970s, Latin-rock-fusion group Azteca appears together for a live performance in this unforgettable 2007 concert filmed on their home turf in California.
2.Ain't Got No Special Woman
3.Find Love Today
6.Someday We'll Get By
8.Whatcha Gonna Do
9.New Day Is on the Rise
One of the more unusual reunions of a 1970's music act happened on September 15th 2007 at the Hollywood Key Club - legendary Latin Rock Fusion act Azteca appeared for the first time in more than 30 years. Created and arranged by documentary producer Daniel E. Mesa, the concert reunited original members Pete Escovedo, vocalists Wendy Haas and Errol Knowles, bassist Paul Jackson, guitarist Bill Courtial, percussionist Victor Pantoja, trombonist Jules Rowell and former Miles Davis and Chick Corea drummer Lenny White. Azteca was a short-lived Latin Jazz Fusion supergroup that did two records for Columbia in the early 1970's. Founded by the late Coke Escovedo and Pete Escovedo after their departure from Latin rock superband Santana, Azteca was the first band to employ a large ensemble of horns, woodwinds, keyboards, latin percussion, and other instruments (up to 25 members in live performance) to create a hybrid of latin, jazz and fusion music featuring high-level accomplished musicians from various musical backgrounds.
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