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I Should Care - Chano Pozo With Dizzy Gillespie And His Orchestra - Manteca (The Real Birth Of Cubop - Historic Live Recordings 1948) (CD)

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  1. Voodoomi says:
    Dizzy Gillespie and His Orchestra, an album by Dizzy Gillespie and His Orchestra feat. Chano Pozo, Chano Pozo on Spotify We and our partners use cookies to personalize your experience, to show you ads based on your interests, and for measurement and analytics purposes.
  2. Mera says:
    chano pozo con dizzy gillespie & his orchestra - the real birth of cu-bop Luciano Pozo Gonzalez nace en Cuba en , vive humildemente, aprehendiendo todo lo religioso y musical de los "Ñañigos", cofradía esotérica, exclusiva para hombres proveniente de la región del Calabar, actual Nigeria; que llega por primera vez al Puerto de.
  3. Kashura says:
    May 11,  · The Real Birth of CuBop Manteca! Song Guarachi Guaro (live) Artist Dizzy Gillespie & His Orchestra.
  4. Arashihn says:
    Dizzy Gillespie honored his African roots in many ways. His chameleonic writing was a testament to this fact. He also, along with Chano Pozo, wrote one of the most famous and seminal Afro-Cuban pieces, the “Manteca Suite,” first recorded by his Orchestra on May 24th
  5. Tojagul says:
    Dizzy Gillespie was also one of the key founders of Afro-Cuban (or Latin) jazz, adding Chano Pozo's conga to his orchestra in , and utilizing complex poly-rhythms early on. The leader of two of the finest big bands in jazz history, Gillespie differed from many in the bop generation by being a masterful showman who could make his music seem.
  6. Kagakree says:
    * Brunswick BL Coleman Hawkins With Ben Webster - The Big Sounds * Brunswick BL Coleman Hawkins - Tenor Sax. (age 20) Coleman Hawkins And His Orchestra. Vic Coulsen, Dizzy Gillespie, Eddie Vanderveer, trumpet; Leonard Lowry, Leo Parker, alto sax; Ray Abrams, Don Byas, Coleman Hawkins, tenor sax; Budd Johnson, baritone sax; Clyde Hart, piano; Oscar Pettiford, bass; .
  7. Faelkis says:
    Dizzy Gillespie was born John Birks Gillespie on October 21, in Cheraw, South Carolina. He was the youngest child of nine children and his father was a bricklayer, musician and band leader. The elder Birks encouraged all of his children to learn to play music and the instruments for his .
  8. Fauzshura says:
    Chano Pozo with Dizzy Gillespie - The Real Birth of Cubop In the spring of was a year since Dizzy Gillespie, the trumpeter and leader of be-bop jazz, he formed his innovative big band Dizzy, who was always looking for new things, he was very attracted by the polyrhythms of the orchestras Machito and Noro Morales, was to see him perform.

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