Ray Barretto - Carnaval (Vinyl, LP)

2nd October. By admin. Posted in Alternative.

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  1. Ray Barretto just before the Latin Soul era – working in the excellent style he used on his Charanga Moderna album – a choppy groove that has plenty of weird twists and turns – always rhythmic, and always plenty darn soulful! The instrumentation here is a mix of small combo jazz and some of the charanga modes – with two violins, trumpet, trombone, piano, and timbales – plus vocals by. Reply
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  3. Acid, an Album by Ray Barretto. Released in on Fania (catalog no. SLP ; Vinyl LP). Genres: Latin Jazz, Boogaloo, Salsa. Featured peformers: Ray Barretto (congas, aka_text {musical director} role_id aka_text), Roberto Rodríguez (trumpet), René López (trumpet), Orestes Vilató (timbales), Louie Cruz (piano), Bobby Rodríguez (bass), Adalberto Santiago (vocals), Pete Bonet. Reply
  4. Format: Vinyl LP album. Fantasy Records, USA release from Gatefold double album combining early Barretto Fantasy LP releases: Latino! and Pachanga With Barretto. Both LPs are strong sessions, 'Latino!' being a descarga jam session, while 'Pachanga With Barretto' being a 5/5(6). Reply
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  6. Ray Barretto - Carnaval - hapilapfuncphardabamakilmalichums.coinfo Music. Skip to main content Hello, Sign in #, in CDs & Vinyl (See Top in CDs & Vinyl) # in Salsa (CDs & Vinyl) # in Latin Jazz (CDs & Vinyl) These two lp's from early in Barretto's career, are perhaphs the finest sessions he ever led. 5/5(6). Reply
  7. Vinyl, Released by Ray Barretto, in genre World Music, on 10/23/ Reply
  8. Gardashura
    Ray Barretto Tico Tico (label) Latin (CD, LP) An early stunner from Ray Barretto – and an album that really has the percussionist coming into his own! There's only a bit of a trace of more popular Latin modes on this set – as Ray really takes off in this new territory of bold rhythms, dark inflections, and jazzy touches that really deepen. Reply

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