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El Rey Bravo + Tambo - Tito Puente

Titel : El Rey Bravo + Tambo

Artiest(en) : Tito Puente

Genre : Salsa

Medium : CD

Jaar : 2013

Label : Malanga


€ 11,90

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Two early `60s LPs from the king of Latin jazz, El Rey Bravo (1963) + Tambo (1960), 62 minutes playing time.
1. Malanga Con Yuca 2:32*
2. Oye Cómo Va 4:32*
3. Tokyo De Noche 2:35*
4. Tómbola 2:28*
5. Traigo El Coco Seco 3:07*
6. África Habla 2:46*
7. Batacumba 2:24*
8. La Pasé Gozando 3:20*
9. Tito Suena El Timbal 2:16*
10. Dónde Vas 2:33*
11. Gato Miau, Miau 2:13*
12. Dance Of The Headhunters 3:12
13. Call Of The Junglebirds 2:26
14. Rumba-Timbales 2:14
15. The Ceremony Of Tambó 2:35
16. Velorio 2:12
17. Cuero Pelao 2:11
18. Jungle Holiday 2:24
19. Guaguancó 2:32
20. Ritual Drum Dance 3:27
21. Witch Doctor¹s Nightmare 2:37
22. Son Montuno 2:54
23. Voodoo Dance At Midnight 2:21
 
"El Rey Bravo" ook leverbaar op 180gram LP
 
This release contains two albums by the great Tito Puente, El Rey Bravo (Tico SLP1086), which appears here on CD for the first time ever, and Tambó (RCA Victor LPM-2257). The former contains Puente’s Puente’s earliest and classic recording of the perennial “Oye cómo va”, which would later be popularized by Carlos Santana.

PERSONNEL:

TITO PUENTE & His Orchestra
[1-11] El Rey Bravo (For the first time ever on CD) 4 1/2 stars All Music Guide
Tito Puente (timbales & leader), Gilberto López (p), Bobby Rodríguez (b),
José “Buyú” Mengual Sr. (bongos), Juan “Papi” Cadavieco (congas),
Barry Rogers (tb), Félix “Pupi” Legarreta (violin), Johnny Pacheco (fl),
Jimmy Frisaura, Pedro “Puchi” Boulong, Pat Russo (tp), Shep Pullman (bar),
Rafael “Tata” Palau, Jesús Caunedo, Al Abreu (ts), Pete Fanelli (as),
Santos Colón, Rudy Calzado (lead vocals & chorus),
Gabriel “Yayo el Indio” Vega, Rafael “Chirivico” Dávila,
Tito Puente (chorus).
Hotel Riverside Plaza Ballroom, New York, 1962. Original sessions produced by Teddy Reig.

[12-23] Tambó
Collective personnel:
Tito Puente (timbales, marimbas, arranger & leader)
Doc Severinsen, Bernie Glow, Ernie Royal, Pedro “Puchi” Boulong, Jimmy Frisaura & Pat Russo (tp),
Seymour Berger (tb), Alberto Socarras (fl), Rafael Palau (fl & ts), Peter Fanelli (fl & as),
Shepp Pullman (bar), Gilberto López (p), Bobby Rodríguez (b),
José “Buyú” Mengual Sr. & Chickie Pérez (bongos),
Carlos “Patato” Valdez & Ray Barretto (conga drums), Santos Colón (güiro).
RCA Victor’s Webster Hall Studios, New York, April 19-21, 1960.
Original sessions produced by Marty Gold.

INCLUDES 12 PAGE BOOKLET