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Published 19.08.2019 by

Mambo - Machito / Chico OFarrill / Charlie Parker / Dizzy Gillespie - Afro-Cuban Jazz (Vinyl, LP)

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  1. Kelkis said:
    Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Plays Mambos & Cha Cha Cha - Machito on AllMusic -
    23.08.2019
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  2. Faushakar said:
    Popular or famous Machito & His Afro-Cubans music songs: Muerto Se Fue De Rumba., Mambo Mucho Mambo, Blanco Suazo / Si Si, No No, R. Hernandez / Zambia. More music songs Que Bonito Es Puerto Rico, Gillespie, Machito / Ay, Que Mate, Mango Mangue, Feeding the Chickens, Relax and Mambo, Afro-Cuban Jazz Suite.
    27.08.2019
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  3. Faeran said:
    Machito, born Frank Grillo in Tampa, FL [1] in , was the first, most important, successful and influential Latin jazz bandleader of the 20th Century. His band, which was known as “Machito’s Afro-Cubans,” was probably the first to meld Afro-Cuban rhythms with Western classical and jazz .
    20.08.2019
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  4. Tojaktilar said:
    This jazz pieces are key to understand the development of cuban be-bop, a trend Dizzy Gillespie led in his partnership with Chano Pozo. Gillespie will record with Machito and O'Farrill a seminal album in the seventies, also available in CD Afro-Cuban-Jazz-Moods (). However, this CD has a strenght partially absent in that later and 5/5(1).
    24.08.2019
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  5. Yogul said:
    Machito / Chico O'Farrill / Charlie Parker / Dizzy Gillespie: Machito / Chico O'Farrill / Charlie Parker / Dizzy Gillespie - Afro-Cuban Jazz ‎ (2xLP, Comp, Gat) /5(19).
    27.08.2019
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  6. Dale said:
    Check out Machito on Amazon Music. Stream ad-free or purchase CD's and MP3s now on Amazon.
    26.08.2019
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  7. Nerg said:
    Apr 08,  · El 5 de enero de , la banda de Machito, en compañía de Dizzy Gillespie, interpretó en vivo en la Catedral de San Patricio de Nueva York, la suite 'Oro, Incienso y Mirra' original de Chico .
    19.08.2019
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  8. Brashicage said:
    Bauza's jazz-infused arrangements blended perfectly with Machito's traditional rhythms (rumba, guaracho, mambo) to create a fresh sound, which became enormously popular in America and attracted other innovators in Latin jazz to contribute ideas, among them Dizzy Gillespie, Stan Kenton and Charlie Parker. Conversely, Machito also occasionally.
    22.08.2019
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