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Créditos Alto Saxophone – Fred Skerritt, Gene Johnson Baritone Saxophone – Leslie Johnakins Bass – Roberto Rodriguez Bongos – Jose Mangual Claves – Machito.

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.

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Other albums by Machito & Afro Cuban Salseros. Machito & Afro Cuban Salseros 8/31/1995. 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

All the great songs and lyrics from the "Mucho Macho: Machito & His Afro-Cuban Salseros" album ont he Web's largest and most authoritative lyrics resource. Machito (born Francisco Raúl Gutiérrez Grillo, February 16, 1908?–April 19, 1984) was an influential Latin jazz musician who helped refine Afro-Cuban jazz and create both Cubop and salsa music. He was raised in Havana alongside the singer Graciela, his foster sister.

Machito emigrated to the United States in 1937, after years of being a professional musician in Cuba. The timing was perfect, as Afro-Cuban jazz (a variety of Latin jazz) was on the verge of becoming popular. Machito and his band became a master of the genre, as displayed on this energetic album.

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Machito (born Francisco Raúl Gutiérrez Grillo, February 16, 1908 – April 19, 1984) was a Latin jazz musician who helped refine Afro-Cuban jazz and create both Cubop and salsa music. He was raised in Havana with the singer Graciela, his foster sister. In New York City, Machito formed the band the Afro-Cubans in 1940, and with Mario Bauzá as musical director, brought together Cuban rhythms and big band arrangements in one group.

Tracklist

1 Asia Minor 3:09
2 Un Poquito De Tu Amor 3:13
3 Tumba El Quinto 2:45
4 Jungle Drums 2:59
5 Llora Timbero 3:08
6 Vive Como Yo 2:55
7 Babarabatiti 2:56
8 Cleopatra Rumba (Desert Dance) 3:02
9 U-Bla-Ba-Du 3:17
10 El Sopon 2:50
11 Gone City 2:52
12 Babalu 2:43
13 Vaya Nina 2:50
14 Hall Of The Mambo King 2:41
15 Donkey Serenade 2:56
16 Mambo Jambo 2:14
17 At Sundown 2:42
18 Why Do I Love You 2:33
19 Mambo Is Here To Stay 3:02
20 Rose Room 3:21
21 Tea For Two 2:52
22 Finaliza Un Amor 2:53
23 The World Is Waiting For The Sunrise 2:33
24 St. Louis Blues 2:40

Credits

  • Alto Saxophone – Fred Skerritt, Gene Johnson
  • Baritone Saxophone – Leslie Johnakins
  • Bass – Roberto Rodriguez*
  • Bongos – Jose Mangual
  • Claves – Machito
  • Composed By – Roger King Mozian* (tracks: A1)
  • Congas – Luis Miranda
  • Liner Notes, Producer [Repackaging Project] – Joe Conzo*
  • Maracas – Machito
  • Piano – Rene Hernandez
  • Producer – Norman Granz
  • Tenor Saxophone – Jose Madera*
  • Timbales – Ubaldo Nieto
  • Trumpet – Bobby Woodlen, Frank Davilla, Mario Bauza*
  • Vocals – Graziela*, Machito

Notes

Recorded 1948, 1949 in New York City.
CD made in Germany.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Text): 0 90204 06090 0

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
2625 712 Machito And His Afro-Cuban Salseros* Mucho Macho ‎(2xLP, Comp) Pablo Records 2625 712 US 1978
2625 712 Machito And His Afro-Cuban Salseros* Mucho Macho ‎(2xLP) Pablo Records 2625 712 Canada 1978
Pablo Machito And His Afro-Cuban Salseros* Mucho Macho ‎(2xLP) Pablo Records Pablo Japan 1978
2625 714 Machito And His Afro-Cuban Salseros* Mucho Macho ‎(2xLP) Pablo Records 2625 714 Germany 1978
2625-712, 2625 712 Machito And His Afro-Cuban Salseros* Mucho Macho ‎(2xLP, Comp, Gat) Pablo Records, Pablo Records 2625-712, 2625 712 Germany Unknown


Machito And His Afro-Cuban Salseros - Mucho Macho FLAC album

Performer: Machito And His Afro-Cuban Salseros

Title: Mucho Macho

Country: US

Date of release: 1991

Style: Bop, Mambo, Afro-Cuban

Genre: Jazz / Latin

Size MP3: 1829 mb

Size FLAC: 1951 mb

Rating: 4.3 / 5

Votes: 862

Other Formats: AAC TTA APE VOX AHX XM MIDI

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