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Paquito D'Rivera - Cuba Jazz album mp3

Paquito D'Rivera - Cuba Jazz album mp3
Tropical,Afro-Cuban Jazz,Crossover Jazz,Cuban Jazz,Fusion,Instrumental Pop,Latin Jazz,Post-Bop,World Fusion
  • Performer:
    Paquito D'Rivera
  • Title:
    Cuba Jazz
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    Tropical,Afro-Cuban Jazz,Crossover Jazz,Cuban Jazz,Fusion,Instrumental Pop,Latin Jazz,Post-Bop,World Fusion
  • Date of release:
    October 8, 1996
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    1107 megabytes
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    1588 megabytes
  • Size WMA version
    1743 megabytes
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Paquito D'Rivera (born 4 June 1948) is a Cuban-born American saxophonist, clarinetist, and composer who plays and composes jazz and classical music. Paquito Francisco D'Rivera was born in Havana, Cuba. His father played classical saxophone, entertained his son with Duke Ellington and Benny Goodman records, and he sold musical instruments. He took D'Rivera to clubs like the Tropicana (frequented by his musician friends and customers) and to concert bands and orchestras.

Paquito D'Rivera Ensemble Members Paquito D'Rivera - Alto Sax/ Clarinet Pablo Aslan - Bass Abel Rogantini - Piano Nicolas Danielson - Violin Pablo Agri- Violin Gustavo Bergalli - Trumpet Michael Zisman - Bandoneon Raul Jaurena - Bandoneon Daniel Piazzolla - Drums Tracks: Viejo Smocking Beto Bandoneon Milonguinha Close Encounter o. Best Latin Jazz Album" that same year. He wrote the book, My Sax Life published by Northwestern University Press in 2005, and a novel, Oh, La Habana, published by Recorded Books, LLC. A master educator, D’Rivera currently serves as Artist-in-Residence at the New Jersey Performing Arts Center (NJPAC).

Нравится слушателям: Ella Fitzgerald, Louis Armstrong, Earth, Wind & Fire. Sabine Meyer, Paquito D Rivera, Trio Clarone, Paquito D'Rivera, Paquito D Rivera & Sabine Meyer & Trio Clarone, Paquito D Rivera, Sabine Meyer & Trio Clarone. Paquito D'Rivera Con la Orquesta Egrem.

At 19 he debuted on Orquesta Sinfónica Nacional de Cuba and that same year (1965) he founded Orquesta Cubana de Música Moderna with Chucho Valdés, and later Irakere, melting jazz, rock and traditional Cuban music. In 1981 he exiled in USA, playing with American musicians and founding in 1988 The United Nations Orchestra with Dizzy Gillespie. He founded his own band Paquito D'Rivera Big Band and Paquito D'Rivera Quintet.

Paquito D’Rivera Sextet to perform at South Motors JAZZ at Pinecrest Gardens. Band members joining Paquito are Alex Brown – Piano, Oscar Stanaro – Bass, Diego Urcola – Trumpet, Mark Walker – Drums, and Alfredo Chacon – percussion. South Motors JAZZ - Paquito D'Rivera. The Paquito D’Rivera Sextet to perform at South Motors JAZZ at Pinecrest Gardens.

Artist: Paquito D'Rivera Title Of Album: Cuba Jazz Year Of Release: 1996 Label: RMM/TropiJazz Genre: Latin Jazz Quality: APE (image+. Tracklist: 01. Blues for Amando 02. El Cura (The Priest) (feat. Andy Narell) 03. Con Poco Coco (feat.

This CD satisfied my taste for some Latin Jazz. There are a few unique numbers here with Andy Narell providing both lead and supporting roles with the steelpan. D'Rivera's leadership and musicianship are top shelf. He surrounded himseff with an excellent supporting cast. This CD is for lovers of Latin Jazz. One person found this helpful.

Portraits of Cuba is an album by Cuban musician Paquito D'Rivera, released through Chesky Records in 1996. In 1997, the album won D'Rivera the Grammy Award for Best Latin Jazz performance.


Fredrick Bush - Design
Luis Conte - Bongos, Guest Artist, Percussion, Timbales
Paquito D'Rivera - Arranger, Clarinet, Composer, Director, Liner Notes, Musical Director, Performer, Primary Artist, Sax (Alto), Sax (Soprano)
Carlos del Puerto - Bass
Miguel "Angá" Diaz - Congas
Richard Duarte - Assistant Engineer
Jon Fausty - Engineer, Mastering
Jon Fausy - Engineer, Mastering
David Garten - Photography
Feliciano "Pachu" Gomes - Trumpet
Feliciano Gómez - Trumpet
Daniel Hastings - Cover Photo, Photography
Horacio "El Negro" Hernández - Drums
Aida Mantilla - Design Production Assistant
Damaris Mercado - Art Direction, Art Producer
Ralph Mercado - Executive Producer
Carlos Morales - Guitar
Carlos Emilio Morales - Guitar
Andy Narell - Drums (Steel), Guest Artist, Liner Notes, Performer, Primary Artist, Steel Pan
David Radin - Mastering
Eddie Rodriguez - Producer
Eddie Rodrigues - Producer
Moisés Simóns - Composer
Sunny Skylar - Composer
J.P. Torres - Guest Artist, Performer, Primary Artist
Juan Pablo Torres - Arranger, Composer, Primary Artist, Trombone
Bebo Valdés - Arranger, Composer, Guest Artist, Performer, Piano, Primary Artist
Chucho Valdés - Arranger, Composer, Guest Artist, Performer, Piano, Primary Artist
Consuelo Velázquez - Composer

Track List

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 Blues for Amado Chucho Valdés Paquito D'Rivera 2:55
2 El Cura (The Priest) Paquito D'Rivera Paquito D'Rivera feat: Andy Narell 5:20
3 Con Poco Coco Bebo Valdés Paquito D'Rivera feat: Bebo Valdés 6:11
4 Calzada del Cerro Chucho Valdés Paquito D'Rivera feat: Chucho Valdés 6:37
5 Besame Mucho Sunny Skylar / Consuelo Velázquez Paquito D'Rivera feat: Andy Narell 7:11
6 Blue Sky Juan Pablo Torres Paquito D'Rivera feat: J.P. Torres 4:38
7 Mestizo Juan Pablo Torres Paquito D'Rivera feat: Juan Pablo Torres 3:34
8 Sunrise for Laura Chucho Valdés Paquito D'Rivera 5:06
9 Chucho Paquito D'Rivera Paquito D'Rivera feat: Andy Narell 8:54
10 Miranda's Smile Bebo Valdés Paquito D'Rivera feat: Bebo Valdés 7:07
11 Peanut Vendor Moisés Simóns Paquito D'Rivera feat: Bebo Valdés / Chucho Valdés 6:09

Bebo & Chucho Valdés and Paquito d'Rivera co-lead this session. D’Rivera is most comfortable performing jazz with his core quintet and occasional guests, since his ensembles is so well versed in Latin poly-rhythms/syncopation's. “Sometimes it’s hard playing with an orchestra,” he says, “because I’m used to being surrounded by musicians with a great sense of humor and a great sense of rhythm and who improvise well. When you go play with a symphony orchestra and you have those kind of jazz syncopation's, you can get in trouble all the time. I really try not to write so much syncopation for that setting, but with me it’s almost impossible not too.” Willis Conover, the late Voice of America broadcaster whom D’Rivera credits with introducing him to the canon of great jazz recordings. “In those days in Cuba, jazz was a four-letter word, but we loved that music so much. I remember when I did my first radio broadcast with Willis. Broadcasting from here back to Cuba, it was a dream come true. One day I’m going to make an album for him — he deserves that.” D’Rivera says: “I live like I play jazz — I improvise.”