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Various - Viva Cubop 2 - Dance The Afro-Cuban Way download mp3 album

Various - Viva Cubop 2 - Dance The Afro-Cuban Way download mp3 album
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Viva Cubop 2 - Dance The Afro-Cuban Way
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The company moved to Costa Mesa, California in 2000, and is home to labels Ubiquity, CuBop and Luv N' Haight. Vibrations - Introuvables & Remixes Volume 3 ‎(2xLP, Comp). Cuban Roots Revisited ‎(CD, Album). Viva Cubop 2 - Dance The Afro-Cuban Way ‎(CD, Comp).

Viva Cubop: Jazz and the Afro-Cuban Way" is a 13-song sampler featuring the legends and new cats that are keeping the music vibrant and alive. Artists like conguero Francisco Aguabella, one of Cuba's greats; Papo Vazquez, who fuses Afro-Caribbean rhythms with his sensatational trombone playing; Bobby Matos, a leading figure in Latin Jazz; John Santos, a master of percussion; and London's Snowboy, who popularized the music in Europe. The subtitle of this CD should be "a taste of the real thing," since it is.

Acid Jazz Afro-Cuban Club/Dance Cuban Jazz Hard Bop Latin Folk Latin Jazz Lounge Soul Jazz World Fusion.

Viva Cubop (Jazz the Afro-Cuban Way), 1995. Viva Cubop (Jazz the Afro-Cuban Way), 1995. Descarga on Las Palmas, 06:22.

Cuban Roots - "Malanga". 2. Francisco Aguabella - "Asi Son Bronco". Bobby Matos - "Philadelphia". 12. The Afro Rican Ensemble - "Tanga". 13. Johnny Blas - "Picadillo (A Lo Blas)".

Album: Viva Cubop (Jazz the Afro-Cuban Way). Download Bobby Matos - The Creator Has a Master Plan. Viva Cubop (Jazz the Afro-Cuban Way): Best 2 songs. John Santos and The Machete Ensemble - Descarga Iyawo 03:44.

Viva Cubop 2. Various artists. Marlon Simon and The Nagual Spirits, Marlon Simon, Nagual Spirits. Snowboy and the Latin Section. Bobby Matos and his Afro-Cuban Jazz Ensemble. Viva Cubop (Jazz the Afro-Cuban Way).

The album featured Blake's own quintet, which included Pharoah Sanders, Victor Jones, John Hicks and Neil Clarke (percussion). In addition to leading his own group, Blake also performs and records with Randy Weston, as well as other musicians. Viva Cubop!, Vol. 2: Dance the Afro-Cuban Way. 2000. Biography at alexblakebass.