(Afro-Cuban Jazz, Latin Jazz) Louis "Sabu" Martinez - Sabu in Orbit/Astronautas de la Pachanga - 1960, FLAC (image+.cue), lossless

(Afro-Cuban Jazz, Latin Jazz) Louis "Sabu" Martinez - Sabu in Orbit/Astronautas de la Pachanga - 1960, FLAC (image+.cue), lossless
Louis "Sabu" Martinez - Sabu in Orbit/Astronautas de la Pachanga
Жанр: Afro-Cuban Jazz, Latin Jazz
Страна-производитель диска: США
Год издания: 2002
Издатель (лейбл): Lazarus Audio Products
Номер по каталогу: CD-2014
Аудиокодек: FLAC (*.flac)
Тип рипа: image+.cue
Битрейт аудио: lossless
Продолжительность: 57:10
Источник (релизер): dreadbull (hqshare)
Наличие сканов в содержимом раздачи: да
1. High Tension 6:45 descarga
2. Libido Blues 4:58 frizao'
3. Cosmicon 6:32 descarga
4. In Orbit 6:57 descarga
5. Rock'n'Roll-Pachanga 5:46
6. Luna de Vermont 3:48 bolero
7. Pancho Pachanga 7:43
8. Descarga Atomica 5:07
9. Montuno Pachanguero 4:37
10. Mambo-Pachanga 5:00.
Лог создания рипа
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In Orbit / Sabu
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Содержание индексной карты (.CUE)
PERFORMER "Sabu Martinez"
TITLE "Sabu in Orbit/Astronautas de la Pachanga"
FILE "Sabu Martinez - Sabu in Orbit.wav" WAVE
TITLE "High Tension"
PERFORMER "Sabu Martinez"
INDEX 01 00:00:00
TITLE "Libido Blues"
PERFORMER "Sabu Martinez"
INDEX 00 06:36:10
INDEX 01 06:38:10
TITLE "Cosmicon"
PERFORMER "Sabu Martinez"
INDEX 00 11:37:63
INDEX 01 11:39:63
TITLE "In Orbit"
PERFORMER "Sabu Martinez"
INDEX 00 18:07:25
INDEX 01 18:09:25
TITLE "Rock & Roll-Pachanga"
PERFORMER "Sabu Martinez"
INDEX 00 25:03:55
INDEX 01 25:05:55
TITLE "Luna de Vermont"
PERFORMER "Sabu Martinez"
INDEX 00 30:52:23
INDEX 01 30:54:23
TITLE "Pancho Pachanga"
PERFORMER "Sabu Martinez"
INDEX 00 34:43:10
INDEX 01 34:45:10
TITLE "Descarga Atomica"
PERFORMER "Sabu Martinez"
INDEX 00 42:26:74
INDEX 01 42:28:74
TITLE "Montuno Pachanguero"
PERFORMER "Sabu Martinez"
INDEX 00 47:33:12
INDEX 01 47:35:12
TITLE "Mambo-Pachanga"
PERFORMER "Sabu Martinez"
INDEX 00 52:07:65
INDEX 01 52:09:65
Review by Thom Jurek
After his Astronautas de la Pachangas band, Sabu utilized the same anonymous group of musicians, minus his more mysterious vibes player, and concentrated on a more Latin sounding jazz ensemble driven more by the Hammond B# and the piano. Using a three-piece percussion section, a double bass, two pianos, and an organ, the band cut four tunes. Three of them burn as salsa originals and move along the high wire of the lounge jazz/exotica phenomenon. "Libido Blues," however," holds to the same Latin and pop jazz pairing that was making such a mark in that magical 1960 year for Tim Jobim. In fact, there are traces of "Girl From Impanema"'s melody in the harmonic bridges in the tune. Here, too, while the arrangements of these four tracks don't quite get to the genius that Louie Ramirez's did for Jazz Espagnole, recorded earlier that year, they ado get to the heart of the great cipher of Latin jazz, where rhythm and harmonic conception, as well as melodic architecture, build a road to another world, full of darkness and light, passion and pathos. A wonderful recording.
In the aftermath of the success of Sabu Martinez's Jazz Espagnole, he took the band out on the road. It fell apart after only a few months because of Sabu's inability to control his own destructive urges. Hence, Martinez picked up whomever he could find to try and re-create the music on Jazz Espagnole -- usually with disastrous results. However, a couple of those bands stayed together long enough to record a pair of albums for the SMC label in late 1960, the Astronautas de la Pachangas. Shrouded in mystery, with the name of the vibraphonist not even known and only Martinez credited with both his names -- the rest have names like Raynaldo, Del Valle, etc. -- the set while, not having the stunning character of Jazz Espangnole, is nonetheless an accomplished bit of recorded wizardry, and the cats came a long way from that first gig. Whoever the vibraphonist is, he doesn't have a hint of Cal Tjader's West Coast-style in him, and is, indeed, the star of the sextet. The arrangements are not as complex or as interesting as those on the earlier set, but there is plenty here to be grateful for, and the playing is nearly flawless, even if it does lean a bit more heavily on the "Latin" in Latin jazz. The album's best cuts are the explosive vibes/piano interplay that takes place on "Descarga Atomica," and the "Pancho-Pachanga," with its killer timbales solo.
Sabu - conga;
Rios - piano;
Del Valle - acoustic bass;
Reynaldo - timbales;
Fuentes - guiro;
Irez - piano & organ (#1-4);
Unknown - vibes (#5-10).
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