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8 thoughts on “ Himno De La Razas - John Santos & The Machete* - Tribute to the Masters (CD, Album) ”

  1. Fenrigrel says:
    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Tribute to the Masters on Discogs. Label: Cubop - CBCD • Format: CD Album • Country: US • Genre: Jazz, Latin • Style: Latin Jazz, Afro-Cuban, Afro-Cuban Jazz John Santos & The Machete* ‎– Tribute to the Masters Himno De La Razas: 5: Descarga Iyawo: 6.
  2. Mobar says:
    Tribute to the Masters. c Tribute to the Masters Popularity: Himno De La Razas. s Himno De La Razas › John Santos & The Machete Ensemble; Popularity: Price: $ Obalufón. s Obalufón › John Santos & The.
  3. Grokree says:
    Tribute to the Masters, an album by John Santos & Machete 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.
  4. Kasho says:
    Santos’ tribute honors the masters of Afro-Cuban music as well as the fathers of modern jazz. With a fresh big band sound, his 8-piece ensemble blends both the traditional and the contemporary in Afro-Cuban jazz. Cachao and Chocolate Armenteros sit in for a traditional look on "Himno de las Razas," a Santos composition.
  5. Nagami says:
    Luis Tamargo, La Opinion, Los Angeles “One cannot speak of the history of Latino Jazz and Charanga music in San Francisco without mentioning John Santos.” T+
  6. Mikajind says:
    John Santos & The Machete Ensemble,With Rebeca Mauleón, Steve Turre, Armando Peraza, Orestes Vilato: John Santos & The Machete Ensemble,With Rebeca Mauleón, Steve Turre, Armando Peraza, Orestes Vilato - Africa Vol 1 ‎ (CD, Album) Bembe Records, EarthBeat! 9 US: Sell This Version.
  7. Dolar says:
    Himno De La Razas. 0 items. Audio is played partially for security reasons Himno De La Razas $ › John Santos & The Machete Ensemble; Genre(s): › Jazz; Album(s): › Tribute To The Masters; Duration: Tweet. Post navigation.
  8. Doutaxe says:
    Most of the selections on this CD, the third from John Santos' Machete Ensemble, are from , but there are also four cuts from Ranging from Latin bop (including "Tin Tin Deo," "Moose the Mooche," and "Salt Peanuts") and folkloric chant pieces to Latinized versions of Miles Davis' "So What" and John Coltrane's "Syeeda's Song Flute," the music is .

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