Volume 3 of the Cuban Jam Sessions was led by the bebop-loving tres player El Niño Rivera, whose contemporary harmonies took the Cuban guitar out of the countryside and into the clubs. This volume brought cosmopolitan grooves to traditional acoustic son and Afro-Cuban street music. El álbum trajo ritmos cosmopolitas a la música de la calle acústica tradicional y afrocubana. Cuban Jam Session Vol. 3, esta disponible en streaming.
Julio Gutierrez - Introduction. Julio Gutierrez - Cuban Jam Session, Vol. 1 (1959) FLAC/02. Julio Gutierrez - Theme On Perfidia. 1 (1959) FLAC/03. Julio Gutierrez - Theme On Mambo. 1 (1959) FLAC/04. Julio Gutierrez - Cimarron. 1 (1959) FLAC/05. Julio Gutierrez - Theme On Cha Cha Ch. lac - 1. 7. 1 (1959) FLAC/06. Julio Gutierrez - Opus For Dancing.
Cuban Jam Sessions in Miniature is the debut album by Cuban double bassist Cachao, released in 1957 by Panart. The album is composed of descargas, improvised jam sessions with Cuban themes.
Cuban Jam Session, Vol. 1. 1990. On first release in the mid-'50s, the loose, live Gutierrez recordings launched a long-lasting craze for descarga - jazz-type jam sessions. Just about everybody who was anybody took part one way or another, during a marathon studio session. Its success led to a similar venture by Cachao, Cuba's most influential bassist. The Nino Rivera cuts are make-weights, though exceedingly fine ones.
Jam Session (Descarga Caliente) Julio Gutiérrez. Reissued together as a set in their entirety here for the first time, the five volumes of Panart Record’s Cuban Jam Session albums were released over a span of almost a decade, from 1956-1964. Featuring an all-star line-up including Julio Gutiérrez, Niño Rivera, José Fajardo, and Cachao. Together, these albums encapsulate a stylistic and historic panorama of Cuban music, from big band son montuno to Afro-Cuban rumba, mambo, cha-cha-cha and country acoustic guajira music, at the same time that they attest to Cuba’s long relationship with popular American music and jazz
Disc 2: 1. Julio Gutiérrez - Jam Session (Descarga Caliente) 2. Julio Gutiérrez - Rumba Theme 3. Julio Gutiérrez - Listen To The Rhythm Of The ChaChaCha 4. Julio Gutiérrez - Bata Rhythm. Disc 3: 1. Niño Rivera - Montuno – Swing 2. Niño Rivera - Monuno – Guajiro 3. Niño Rivera - Cha Cha Cha Montuno 4. Niño Rivera - Guanguanco – Comparsa.
The five volumes of the ‘Cuban Jam Session’ albums were recorded over a span of almost a decade, from 1956–1964. Published on. September 14, 2018. As the original back cover of Cuban Jam Sessions Volume 1 states, It is without reservation of any kind that Panart assures you that that which you are about to hear will be a novel, unusual record.
That's how Julio Gutiérrez's first descarga volume was completed. It was a true descarga: There was no written music involved. Walfredo de los Reyes. Like Cuban Jam Session Vol I, the album features variations on mambo themes, although the focus of Tito's recordings is the percussion section, lacking a pianist to play the guajeos. The album featured guest bassist Bobby "Big Daddy" Rodríguez to play tumbaos on a couple of tracks. In 1957, Puente recorded his critically acclaimed Top Percussion, the follow-up to Puente in Percussion. It features Mongo Santamaría, Willie Bobo, Francisco Aguabella and Julito Collazo
Disc 2: 1. From NPR: Historic Panart Records sessions have been remastered and collected in a new five volume set. The Complete Cuban Jam Sessions were recorded at various locations around Havana from 1956 to 1964 for the historic Cuban label Panart Records. The five volume collection includes the definitive must-haves among Cuban jazz aficionados, Cuban Jam Sessions in Miniature "Descargas" by Cachao Y Su Ritmo Caliente. If there was ever a Holy Grail of classic Cuban music, this collection would be inside.
Theme On Perfidia
Theme On Mambo
Theme On Chachacha
Opus For Dancing
Theme For Conga
.Walfredo de los Reyes Jr.*
Edwin Fernandez De Castro,
Juan Pablo Miranda
Julio Gutierrez Y Su Orquesta
Pedro "Perruchin" Justiz*