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Los Terry
From Africa To Camaguey - Afro-Cuban Jazz
Afro-Cuban Jazz
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Artist: Los Terry Title: From Africa To Camaguey Year Of Release: 1996 Label: Round World Genre: Afro-Cuban Jazz, Latin Jazz, World Fusion Quality: FLAC (image+.

Afro-Cuban jazz is the earliest form of Latin jazz. It mixes Afro-Cuban clave-based rhythms with jazz harmonies and techniques of improvisation. Afro-Cuban jazz emerged in the early 1940s with the Cuban musicians Mario Bauzá and Frank Grillo "Machito" in the band Machito and his Afro-Cubans in New York City.

Album: Cubano Jazz, 2007. Los Terry are a family of musicians from the Camaguey province of Cuba. Their unique blend of musical styles includes elements of folklore, classic charanga and modern jazz, creating a bridge across generations. The title From Africa to Camague reflects the deep African influences in the music and the culture of Camaguey. Eladio Terry, the patriarch of the family, known to many as Don Pancho, grew up surrounded by the music of the Afro-Cuban religions and learned the traditional drumming and vocal styles that date back centuries.

Terry also received a grant from Rockefeller Philanthropy Advisors and New York State Music Fund to create Afro-Cuban Roots: Yedégbé, a suite of Arará music documented on his acclaimed 2014 album. His latest release, 2014’s GRAMMY Award-nominated New Throned King (5Passion), features music based on cantos and rhythms of the Arará people of the western Cuban province of Matanzas, who hail from the Dahomey kingdom’s Fon culture in what is now Benin. Los Terry From Africa to Camaguey Round World Music. Jesus Alemañy Cubanismo Hannibal Records. Steve Coleman The Sign and the Seal Mystic Rhythm Records.

Afro-Cuban Jazz, Latin Jazz) Los Terry - From Africa To Camaguey - 1996, FLAC (image+. cue), lossless →. Треклист: Harold Lopez-Nussa - Canciones Жанр: Cuban Jazz Страна-производитель диска: Куба Год издания: 2007 Издатель (лейбл): Cinquillo Colibri Номер по каталогу: CD 103 Аудиокодек: FLAC . lac) Тип рипа: tracks+. 61 0 21810 2 4:50. 24 21811 36534 3 8:07.

Listen to music from Los Terry like Tinguiti 'Ta Durmiendo, El Noticiero & more. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from Los Terry. From Africa to Camaguey. Do you know any background info about this artist?

Harvard jazz leader, amid his Cuban roots. Terry is now senior lecturer on music at Harvard and its director of jazz ensembles, as well as being a saxophonist, percussionist, and composer with six bands (including a namesake quintet, Afro-Cuban Roots: Ye-dé-gbé, and the Ancestral Memories Quartet with French pianist Baptiste Trotignon). He has lived in two worlds as far as I can stretch my memory. While guiding the Harvard Monday Jazz Band through the vibrant landscape of his native Cuba, Yosvany Terry (from left) visited his parents, Lidia and Eladio, in his home village. Those earliest recollections were created in Camaguey, a city in the middle of the island where Lidia remembered her middle son as bright, serious, studious, and competitive. Every year, he always passed with good grades. When Yosvany received a grade of 9., he’d be upset because he wanted a 100, she said.

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1 Tinguiti Ta Durmiendo
Written-By – Yosvany Terry
2 Que Tiene Esa Cintura
Written-By – Eladio Terry
3 Los Orishas
Written-By – Eladio Terry, Yosvany Terry
4 El Noticiero
Written-By – Yosvany Terry
5 Y Mañana Que
Written-By – Eladio Terry
6 Voy Buscando Mi Destino
Written-By – Andrés Román*, Yoel Terry*, Yunior Terry
7 Son Wambari
Written-By – Eladio Terry
8 Nos Vamos A Perder
Written-By – Eladio Terry, Lydia Cabrera
9 Actitud Ante El Trabajo
Written-By – Eladio Terry

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  • Distributed By – F.T.C. Distribution
  • Copyright (c) – Round World Music


  • Executive-Producer – Robert Leaver
  • Producer – Greg Landau