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José Fajardo - All-Stars Cuban Jam Session mp3 download

Performer: José Fajardo
Title: All-Stars Cuban Jam Session
Style: Tropical
Released: March 10, 1992
Size MP3 version: 1685 mb
Size FLAC version: 1540 mb
Size WMA version: 1953 mb
Rating: 4.1
Votes: 452
Format: DMF AAC AHX APE VOX MIDI
Genre: Latin

José Fajardo - All-Stars Cuban Jam Session mp3 download


99 USD. Featuring an all-star line-up including Julio Gutiérrez, Niño Rivera, José Fajardo, and Cachao.

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The five volumes of the ‘Cuban Jam Session’ albums were recorded over a span of almost a decade, from 1956–1964. Published on. September 14, 2018. Craft Recordings is set to release The Complete Cuban Jam Sessions as 5LP and 5CD box sets on 9 November. Compiled here in their entirety and original format for the first time, the five volumes of Panart’s Cuban Jam Session albums were recorded over a span of almost a decade, from 1956–1964. Together these albums encapsulate a stylistic and historic panorama of Cuban music, from big band son montuno to Afro-Cuban rumba, mambo, cha-cha-chá and country acoustic guajira music. At the same time, they attest to Cuba’s long relationship with popular American music and jazz.

La Flauta de Jose José Fajardo. Reissued together as a set in their entirety here for the first time, the five volumes of Panart Record’s Cuban Jam Session albums were released over a span of almost a decade, from 1956-1964. Together, these albums encapsulate a stylistic and historic panorama of Cuban music, from big band son montuno to Afro-Cuban rumba, mambo, cha-cha-cha and country acoustic guajira music, at the same time that they attest to Cuba’s long relationship with popular American music and jazz

Another session entitled Cuban Jam Session with Fajardo took place under the direction of flautist José Fajardo in 1957, but only four tracks could be recorded. The album was finished in Miami in 1964  . Like Cuban Jam Session Vol I, the album features variations on mambo themes, although the focus of Tito's recordings is the percussion section, lacking a pianist to play the guajeos. The album featured guest bassist Bobby "Big Daddy" Rodríguez to play tumbaos on a couple of tracks. In 1957, Puente recorded his critically acclaimed Top Percussion, the follow-up to Puente in Percussion.

After the Cuban revolution, Fajardo left Cuba in 1960 to settle in Miami, USA. rranger Félix Reina inherited his band, which was renamed the Estrellas Cubanas, and the flautist’s position was filled by Eddy Zervigón, who went on to co-found Orquesta Broadway in 1962.

Credits

José Fajardo - Flute, Primary Artist