Machito Mucho Macho: Machito & His Afro-Cuban Salseros

Mucho Macho: Machito & His Afro-Cuban Salseros
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  • Released:
  • Originally Released: 1991
  • Label: Pablo Records


  • 1.Asia Minor
  • 2.Poquito de Tu Amor, Un
  • 3.Tumbla el Quinto
  • 4.Jungle Drums
  • 5.Llora Timbero
  • 6.Vive Como Yo
  • 7.Babarabatiri
  • 8.Cleopatra Rumba (Desert Dance)
  • 9.U-Bla-Ba-Du
  • 10.Sopon, El
  • 11.Gone City
  • 12.Babalu
  • 13.Vaya Nina
  • 14.Hall of the Mambo King
  • 15.Donkey Serenade
  • 16.Mambo Jambo
  • 17.At Sundown
  • 18.Why Do I Love You?
  • 19.Mambo Is Here to Stay
  • 20.Rose Room
  • 21.Tea for Two
  • 22.Finaliza un Amor
  • 23.The World Is Waiting for the Sunrise
  • 24.St. Louis Blues

Product Description:

Personnel: Machito, Mario Bauza, Frank Davila, Bobby Woodlen, Gene Johnson, Fred Skerritt, Jose Madera, Leslie Johnakins, Rene Hernandez, Roberto Rodriguez, Jose Mangual, Luis Miranda, Ubaldo Nieto and Gracieia.
Personnel: Jose Madera (tenor saxophone); Leslie Johnakins (baritone saxophone); Frank Davilla, Bobby Woodlen, Mario Bauz  (trumpet); Ren‚ Hern ndez (piano); Luis Miranda (congas); Jose Mangual (bongos); Ubaldo Nieto (timbales).
Liner Note Author: Joe Conzo.
Recording information: New York, NY (1948-1949).
Unknown Contributor Roles: Gene Johnson ; Graciela Per‚z Grillo; Fred Skerritt.
The most famous (and common) Machito performances feature his infectious Cuban band welcoming guests from the bebop world. This CD is different, for it has 24 selections from the 1948-1949 period by Machito & His Afro-Cuban Salseros without the assistance of famous names. Utilizing three trumpets (including Mario Bauza), four saxophones, piano, bass, four percussionists, and the vocals of the leader and Gracilea, the high-powered and always danceable band is heard throughout the CD in prime form. Whether playing originals, updated folk songs, or jazz standards, Machito's mighty crew was the pacesetter in Latin jazz of the era. This important release gives listeners a strong example of how the Afro-Cuban jazz band probably sounded live in concert. ~ Scott Yanow

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  • UPC: 025218271226
  • Shipping Weight: 0.25/lbs (approx)
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