Various - Jukebox Mambo: Rumba & Afro-Latin Accented Rhythm & Blues 1949-1960 album flac
- Album: Jukebox Mambo: Rumba & Afro-Latin Accented Rhythm & Blues 1949-1960
- FLAC: 1577 mb | MP3: 1157 mb
- Released: 2012
- Style: Mambo, Rumba, Rhythm & Blues
- Rating: 4.6/5
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Neste vídeo capa vou mostrar a música "Ojai" do álbum "Joe Lutcher - Jumpin' At The Mardi Gras" extraido da colêtania "Jukebox Mambo - Rumba & Afro-Latin Accented Rhythm & Blues 1949 to 1960".
Jukebox Mambo (Rumba & Afro-Latin Accented Rhythm & Blues 1949-1960) (CD, Comp). Jukebox Mambo: Rumba & Afro Latin Accented Rhythm & Blues (6x10", Comp, TP, W/Lbl).
Written-By – H. Gillespie. Jukebox Mambo: Rumba & Afro-Latin Accented Rhythm & Blues 1949-1960 (6x10", Comp, Ltd).
Jukebox Mambo: Rumba & Afro Latin Accented Rhythm & Blues (6x10", Comp, TP, W/Lbl). 055, jmanlp 055, jman l. 55.
Chuck Edwards & The Joe Scott Singers - "Morning Train". 2. Oscar Saldana - "Mambo Hop". 3. Jimmy Nolen - "Jimmy's Jive". 4. The Four Blazes - "All Night Long". 5. The Chanters - "She Wants To Mambo". 6. Jeanne DeMetz & Johnny Alston Orchestra - "Calypso Daddy". T-Bone Walker - "Plain Old Down Home Blues". Ron Rico - "Chano" (with Sax Kari Orchestra). Don Tosti Y Su Conjunto - "Mambo Del Pachuco". Billy Emerson - "Satisfied". Frank Motley - "Wanda Landa Landa". Red Saunders & His Orchestra - "Summertime".
Jukebox Mambo, a compilation of 22 recordings from 1949 to 1960, documents the considerable influence of Afro-Cuban and other Latin rhythms on jazz and rhythm and blues. Jukebox Mambo: Rumba and Afro Latin Accented Rhythm and Blues, 1949-1960. The 3/2 or 2/3 clave pattern of Afro-Cuban son and rumba, and Cuban dances like the habanera and contradanza, nurtured early jazz and helped shape its development. But the Spanish tinge didn't color only jazz; in later decades, its influence came to be felt in rhythm and blues and rock n' roll. The Bo Diddley beat, one of rock's essential ingredients, was a clave pattern.
Nat King Cole, Don George. All I Have is You. Johnny Oliver. John Alston, Jeanne Demetz.
Jukebox Mambo: Rumba and Afro Latin Accented Rhythm and Blues 1949-1960. ) James Moody and His Bopmen feat. Chana Pozo: El Tambor de Cuba. Mondo Mambo! The Best of Perez Prado & His Orchestra.
Long-awaited follow-up to the original game-changing Jukebox Mambo set of sweltering, rumba-accented rhythm & blues. Two years in the making, this sequel ploughs deeper still into the revolutionary '40s and '50s Afro-American musical canon, pulling together another combustible collection of lascivious Latin-edged blues exotica.
They release their new album Edge of the Sun, which features collaborations with Neko Case, Iron & Wine's Sam Beam, Band of Horses' Ben Bridwell, DeVotchka's Nick Urata, Gaby Moreno, Mexican artist Carla Morrison, and others. Last on. Fri 17 Apr 2015 21:00. Jukebox Mambo: Rumba & Afro-Latin Accented Rhythm & Blues 1949-1960. 12. Antonio Rico y el Mariachi Vargas de Tecalitlán.