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Name:Afro Cuban Jazz Project A Puerto Padre FLAC TQMP

Total Size: 328.25 MB

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Last Updated: 2011-02-15 08:16:19 (Update Now)

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Torrent Files List

01- Angelica.flac (Size: 287.95 MB) (Files: 14)

 01- Angelica.flac

37.04 MB

 02- Para Luego Es Tarde.flac

29.38 MB

 03- A Puerto Padre.flac

50.26 MB

 04- En Una Manana De Domingo.flac

53.36 MB

 05- Danza Para Cuatro.flac

37.76 MB

 06- En Una Volanta Actual.flac

28.69 MB

 08- Jazz Plaza.flac

39.48 MB

 09- Angelica (bonus track).flac

10.90 MB

 A Puerto Padre- Tributo A Emiliano Salvador.cue

2.33 KB

 Juan Manuel Ceruto - A Puerto Padre -back.jpg

642.66 KB

 Juan Manuel Ceruto - A Puerto Padre -front.jpg

450.26 KB

 Juan Manuel Ceruto - A Puerto Padre- Tributo A Emiliano Salvador.log

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Afro-Cuban Jazz Project - A Puerto Padre: Tributo A Emiliano Salvador

Best Latin Jazz album
Cubadisco 2001.

Chucho Valdes, piano
Ernan Lopez-Nussa, piano
Tata Guines, percussion
Juan Pablo Torres, trombone

Brought to you by TQMP
The Quality Music Project

This album has also been released under the band's leader name, Juan Manuel Ceruto. The copy I'm releasing here is the one circulating in Cuba under Ceruto's name. Both releases are exactly the same as you can see if you check amazon.com - The reason I'm using the international title (Afro-Cuban Jazz Project) is to draw your attention ;)

About Emiliano Salvador ---
During the 1970s & 1980s, pianist Emiliano Salvador sat among the jazz elite in Havana, yet he missed the fame afforded his peers such as Chucho Valdes, Paquito DΓÇÖRivera, and Arturo Sandoval. Born in the small fishing town of Puerto Padre, Salvador moved to Havana in the 1960s to study at the Escuela Nacional de Artes. His musicality grew quickly and he soon caught the attention of several important Cuban musicians. This led to jobs working with Leo Brouwer near the end of the decade and then a tenure as arranger and pianist with the influential vocalist Pablo Milanes. By the late seventies, he had developed a unique approach to Latin Jazz, driving him to form his own group and record several albums. He joined the leaders of the Cuban jazz scene such as Valdes, DΓÇÖRivera, and Sandoval, as the new voice of a generation, forging a powerfully Cuban jazz aesthetic. Much of the world missed this revolution due to the Cuban embargo, but the worldΓÇÖs jazz musicians followed his progress and often joined him on stage. As his presence began to assert itself across the world scene, Salvador died in Havana in 1992.

About this album ---
This 2000 big band date re-imagines many of SalvadorΓÇÖs most famous compositions through the pen of arranger Juan Manuel Ceruto and the performances of several Cuban jazz icons. Ceruto brings SalvadorΓÇÖs compositions into a contemporary setting, maintaining their initial integrity while adding slick arrangements and modern performance concepts. In some ways the arrangements lean more towards the refined aesthetics of modern Cuban timba than the rougher exploratory nature of 1970s Cuban jazz, but if offers an opportunity to see the songs through different eyes. Numerous major names in the current Cuban jazz scene jumped at the opportunity to recognize SalvadorΓÇÖs influence on the music; saxophonist German Velazco, trombonist Juan Pablo Torres, vocalist Issac Delgado, bassist Roberto Riberon, drummer Raul Pineda, and conguero Tata Guines all participate in this heavy session. Several pianists, including Tony Perez, Hernan Lopez Nussa, and Chucho Valdes, show the lineage created by SalvadorΓÇÖs work with their creative performances. The album contains an overwhelming amount of energy that remembers SalvadorΓÇÖs legacy and then looks through it, keeping the sound firmly planted in modern Cuban jazz.
-- The Latin Jazz Corner

Full credits here

01- Angelica
02- Para Luego Es Tarde
03- A Puerto Padre
04- En Una Manana De Domingo
05- Danza Para Cuatro
06- En Una Volanta Actual
07- Salseando
08- Jazz Plaza
09- Angelica (bonus track)

Artwork (300dpi scan), EAC log and CUE sheet included.

Tools used -
Exact Audio Copy 0.99 prebeta 3
FLAC frontend 1.7.1
FLAC encoder/decoder 1.2.1
reference libFLAC 1.2.1 20070917

Format: FLAC (Free Lossless Audio Codec)

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