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  1. May 26,  · A transcription of Claudio Roditi's valve trombone solo on 'Mambo Inn' from Paquito D'Rivera's 'Explosion'. Get the album here: eronkedbanomipordimicomdiaroo.xyzinfo .
  2. Paquito D'Rivera Quintet. The band backing D'Rivera consists of Peruvian bassist Oscar Stagnaro, Argentinean trumpeter Diego Urcola, American drummer Mark Walker, and pianist Alex Brown. As a whole they are named the "Paquito D'Rivera Quintet" and under this name they were awarded the Latin Grammy Award for Best Latin Jazz Album for the album Live at the Blue Note in
  3. Oct 09,  · Paquito D'Rivera - alto sax; Claudio Roditi - trombone; Michel Camilo - piano; Lincoln Goines - bass; Portinho - drums; Jose Neto - guitar & Sammy Figueroa - congas released in
  4. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Explosion on Discogs.5/5(2).
  5. Sep 21,  · Song To My Son PAQUITO D'RIVERA from Album " EXPLOSION " Personnel: PAQUITO D'RIVERA, as, cl CLAUDIO RODITI, tp, flugelhorn, tb HOWARD LEVY, harmonica MICHEL CAMILO, p DANIEL FREIBERG, DX7 LINCOLN.
  6. Cuban dance music is back! Leading an all-star Latin big band, Grammy Award-winner Paquito D'Rivera unleashes the beloved music of his homeland. Following in the tradition of Havana's immortal jazz orchestras, D'Rivera infuses his own stylings with mambo, son, danz-n and bolero to create an essential musical document. Tropicana Nights lures you back to the renowned nightclub's open-air terrace.
  7. Tropicana Nights by Paquito D'Rivera, released 28 September 1. Mambo a la Kenton 2. Chucho 3. Cicuta Tibia 4. Siboney 5. Old Miami Sax 6. Tropicana Nights 7. Sustancia 8. Como Fue 9. El Coronel Y Marina Mambo Inn A Mi Que/El Manisero (The Peanut Vendor) LATIN GRAMMY AWARD WINNING ALBUM! Awarded "Best Latin Jazz Album"; Grammy at 1st Annual Latin Grammy Awards .
  8. Paquito D'Rivera heads out in two directions on Explosion, continuing his invigorating explorations of Latin American music and trying his hand at arranging for a small string section. On three tracks, Paquito makes his strings seem more lush than their numbers indicate, while never overloading the texture with schmaltz; a good effort all around.
  9. Tracklist 1 Mambo a la Kenton (Romeu) 2 Chucho (DRivera) 3 Cicuta Tibia (Duarte) 4 Siboney (Lecuona, Morse) 5 Old Miami Sax (Marquez) 6 Tropicana Nights (DRivera) 7 Sustancia (Duarte) 8 Como Fue (Duarte) 9 El Coronel y Marina (OFarrill) 10 Mambo Inn.

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