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Perdido - Various - Rare Tunes Chapter Five From Latin... To Jazz Dance

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  1. Oct 15,  · "Ican" is the template for the dark, exotic strain of Latin jazz that found favor in post-War California nightclubs (see also Roscoe Weathers) -- both Cano and Martinez whip through their parts.
  2. Duke Ellington Never No Lament the Blanton-Webster Band RCA: Some great recordings of “Perdido” have been made, but none have surpassed this original Ellington studio version. Ellington himself plays wonderfully on this track, as do Harry Carney, Rex Stewart, Ben Webster and Ray Nance, all of whom have moments in the spotlight.
  3. Jun 05,  · This video uses a left hand latin bass line to accompany a latin jazz tune by Antonio Jobim "Desafinado". There are two versions, one with the left and right hand working together to accompany the.
  4. various. out of 5 stars 1. Audio CD. 3 offers from £ From Latin to Jazz Dance 4 Various. Audio CD. £ from latin to jazz dance vol. 5 various. out of 5 stars 1. Audio CD. £ Next. Product details. Audio CD (6 Oct. ) Number of Discs: 1; disks throws down some of the finest boogaloo and latin jazz of the 60's.
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