(World Fusion, Afro-Cuban jazz) Alfredo Rodriguez - Cuba Linda - 1996, APE (image+.cue), lossless

Alfredo Rodriguez / Cuba Linda
Жанр: World Fusion, Afro-Cuban jazz
Страна-производитель диска: USA
Год издания диска: 1996
Издатель (лейбл): Hannibal
Номер по каталогу: HNCD 1399
Страна: Havana, Cuba
Аудиокодек: APE (*.ape)
Тип рипа: image+.cue
Битрейт аудио: lossless
Продолжительность: 00:49:05
Источник (релизер): JamesBrown
Наличие сканов в содержимом раздачи: да
01. Tumbao A Peruchin [04:40]
02. Cuba Linda [08:40]
03. Cuando Vuelvo A Tu Lado [05:32]
04. Canto De Palo [05:39]
05. Tumba, Mi Tumba [04:30]
06. Mercedita Y Me Voy (To Mercedes) [07:24]
07. Drume Negrita [04:27]
08. Para Francia Flores Y Para Cuba Tambien [08:09]
Лог создания рипа
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Alfredo Rodriguez / Cuba Linda
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Содержание индексной карты (.CUE)
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PERFORMER "Alfredo Rodriguez"
TITLE "Cuba Linda"
FILE "Alfredo Rodriguez - Cuba Linda.ape" WAVE
TITLE "Tumbao A Peruchin"
PERFORMER "Alfredo Rodriguez"
ISRC USRY69600054
INDEX 01 00:00:00
TITLE "Cuba Linda"
PERFORMER "Alfredo Rodriguez"
ISRC USRY69600055
INDEX 01 04:40:35
TITLE "Cuando Vuelvo A Tu Lado"
PERFORMER "Alfredo Rodriguez"
ISRC USRY69600056
INDEX 01 13:20:37
TITLE "Canto De Palo"
PERFORMER "Alfredo Rodriguez"
ISRC USRY69600057
INDEX 01 18:52:45
TITLE "Tumba, Mi Tumba"
PERFORMER "Alfredo Rodriguez"
ISRC USRY69600058
INDEX 01 24:31:50
TITLE "Mercedita Y Me Voy (To Mercedes)"
PERFORMER "Alfredo Rodriguez"
ISRC USRY69600059
INDEX 01 29:02:35
TITLE "Drume Negrita"
PERFORMER "Alfredo Rodriguez"
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INDEX 01 36:27:10
TITLE "Para Francia Flores Y Para Cuba Tambiйn"
PERFORMER "Alfredo Rodriguez"
ISRC USRY69600061
INDEX 01 40:54:72
Об исполнителе (группе)
by Adam Greenberg
A relatively early member of a movement of Cuban jazz players into New York, Alfredo Rodriguez was born near Havana in 1936, where he mainly trained in classical music and French. In 1960, he moved to Manhattan, where he spent some time studying jazz under Albert Dailey and Bill Evans, and then moved into roughly a decade of playing with various Caribbean acts in the big city. After a brief stint in Miami in the early '70s, he began working as a session player and club performer in New York with notable success, recorded best on the 1976 album Ready for Freddie with Patato Valdes. Rodriguez moved to Paris in 1985, working as a bandleader in a market less saturated with Cuban jazz and gaining his due respect as a pianist. From that point, his excursions into major-release recordings have met with relative success, from the acclaimed Cuba Linda sessions to early work with ¡Cubanismo! to the meeting of exiled Cuban masters Los Originales. Most recently, he's begun work within Europe with a group of friends from various Cuban groups calling themselves los Acerekó, and dazzling European audiences with heavy doses of Cuban jazz. In 2003 Cuban Jazz was released on Naxos World, marking the first recording with los Acerekó.
Об альбоме (сборнике)
by Michael G. Nastos
Pianist Rodriguez serves up a panoramic view of Afro-Cuban music on this dizzyingly varied release. He uses different-sized lineups, but his literate, complementary piano playing is in the midst of it all. Some of the more prominent sidemen include trumpeter Jesus Alemany, saxophonist/percussionist Yosvany Terry, percussionists Tata Guines and Monguito, bassist Carlos Del Puerto, Jr., and, on loan from Orquesta Aragon, flautist Eduardo Rubio and violinists Dagoberto and Lazarito Gonzalez. Rodriguez contributes some writing and arranging. The album's most jazz-oriented number, "Tumbao a Peruchin," is an all-out descarga/jam composed by Rodriguez and featuring Peruchin Jr. on guitar. "Tumba, Mi Tumba," also composed by Rodriguez, is a Haitian francesa arranged and directed by Leonardo Alexander; dancing drums and Enrique Navarro's flute keep the pianist jumping on this number. Rodriguez also penned "Mercedita Ya Me Voy," which features vocal choir chants and an uptempo bridge driven by montuno piano and the Gonzalez brothers' forceful violins. The conga-driven "Para Francia Flores" features Valentin Serrano Pezo on a Chinese cornet, while "Canto de Palo" speaks to spirits of the deceased, with Rodriguez' piano intensifying the inquiring chants. More tranquil is the montuno violin-led version of "What a Difference a Day's Made," which features Rubio's exceptional flute playing. The simmering title cut contains a long vocal and percussion intro and Rodriguez's placid yet ruminating piano. No stone is left unturned on this program of variety, depth, and fine musicianship. The CD was recorded at the famed Egrem Studios in Havana with local musicians. It's a fine example of what's happening in this music today, and it makes a strong argument for Rodriguez as one of the best Afro-Cuban pianist/bandleaders going.
uis Mariano Garbey (vocals); Pedro Justiz Marquez (guitar); Enrique Navarro (flute); Yosvany Terry Cabrera (tenor saxophone, claves, cowbells); Luis Alemaсy, Jesъs Alemaсy (trumpet); Justo Pelladito, Amado J. Dedeu, Mario "Aspirina" Jauregui (congas, bata, percussion); Tata Gьines (congas); Dave Pattman (bongos); Carlos Godinez (guiro, bells); Tumba Francesca, Rafael Cervantes, Hъbert Castaсera, Juan Palacio "Maсo" Duany (percussion)
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