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El Rey (Tito Puente album). Updated on Jan 31, 2018. Cha Cha With Tito Puente at Grossinger's (1960) El Rey (1984) Label Joey Records. Tito puente el rey live lbum completo. El Rey is a 1984 Latin jazz album by 6-time Grammy Award-winning musician, band and orchestra leader, Tito Puente. Puente's move towards jazz came at the.
El Rey is a 1984 Latin jazz album by 6-time Grammy Award-winning musician, band and orchestra leader, Tito Puente. Puente's move towards jazz came at the same time as Eddie Palmieri's albums. It includes performances by Tito Puente not only on timbales, but on vibraharp playing a medley of "Stella by Starlight" and "(Tu, Mi) Delirio", as well as "Autumn Leaves" and "Rainfall" period became a fermenting period even for Tito? Maybe because of Tito versus Palmieri, because look at that album El rey. Look what happened all of a sudden with that Latin Jazz Ensemble. That stuff became extremely high-quality stuff. Marvin Martin Extraordinary People in Jazz - 2004 - Page 147 "A subsequent album, El Rey, offered works by John Coltrane, and another, Salsa Meets Jazz, the alto saxophone of Phil Woods.
Ernesto Antonio "Tito" Puente (April 20, 1923 – May 31, 2000) was an American musician, songwriter and record producer. He is best known for dance-oriented mambo and Latin jazz compositions that endured over a 50-year career
Up-beat latin jazz from Tito Puente and his Latin Ensemble with guest George Shearing on piano. Musicians include: Tito Puente - Marimba, Percussion, Timbales, Timbalitos, Vibraphone; Sonny Bravo - Piano; Jimmy Frisaura - Flugelhorn, Trombone, Trumpet; Ray Gonzalez - Flugelhorn, Trumpet; Jose Madera - Conga, Percussion; Mario Rivera - Fiddle, Flute, Sax; Johnny Dandy Rodrigues - Bongos, Percussion; Bobby Rodriguez - Bass; John "Dandy" Rodriguez - Bongos, Percussion; Johnny Rodriguez - Bongos, Percussion; George Shearing - Piano. Great club sound,casual sound or just Great. I would highly recommend this track to anyone who loves music. One person found this helpful.
The album was produced by leading musical director Rob Fisher and veteran arranger Bill Elliott, and recorded with a 40-piece orchestra at East West Studios, Los Angeles in January 2010. An accompanying television documentary David Campbell On Broadway was filmed by Campbell's production company Luckiest Productions at the same time, and aired in Australia on arts channel STVDIO on Saturday 3 April. Live at the Playboy Jazz Festival released: The Complete RCA Recordings, Volume 1 released: The Best of Tito Puente: El Rey del Timbal! released: King of Kings: The Very Best of Tito Puente released: Undisputed King of Mambo released: Tito Puente and His Concert Orquestra released: Mambo of the Times released: Out of This World released: The Complete RCA Recordings, Volume 2 released: El Rey, Pa'Lante released: Sensación released
El Rey: Tito Puente & His Latin Ensemble (1984) Concord Picante. Percussion's King (1997). Selection of Mambo & Cha Cha Cha (1997). TP's recording career begins in 1940 w/ the Stork Club Orchestra led by Johnny Rodriguez on the song "El Hijo de Buddha" where he takes his very first documented drum solo, and records all the way to a month before he passed. The Smithsonian does not have TP's entire discography.
|A1||Oye Como Va||5:42|
|A3||Ran Kan Kan||5:08|
|B2||Medley : Stella By Starlight / Delirio||8:17|
|B4||El Rey Del Timbal||3:07|
- Recorded At – The Great American Music Hall
- Bass – Bobby Rodriguez
- Bongos, Congas, Vocals – Johnny Rodriguez
- Congas – Francisco Aguabella
- Congas, Timbales – José Madera
- Flute, Soprano Saxophone, Tenor Saxophone – Mario Rivera
- Piano – Jorge Dalto
- Timbales, Vibraphone, Vocals, Producer – Tito Puente
- Trumpet, Flugelhorn – Ray Gonzales
- Valve Trombone – Jimmy Frisaura
NotesRecorded Live at The Great American Music Hall, San Francisco, CA, May 1984
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|CJP-250||Tito Puente And His Latin Ensemble*||El Rey (LP, Album)||Concord Jazz Picante||CJP-250||Canada||1984|
|CJP-250-C||Tito Puente And His Latin Ensemble*||El Rey (Cass, Album)||Concord Jazz Picante||CJP-250-C||Germany||1984|
|CJP-250||Tito Puente And His Latin Ensemble*||El Rey (LP, Album)||Concord Jazz Picante||CJP-250||Germany||1984|