Latin Jazz

Afro-Cuban rhythms and jazz stylings come together on this lively collection of songs by many of the masters of Latin jazz

Putumayo continues its exploration into the sounds of the Latin diaspora by releasing its first jazz-focused collection. One of the most familiar jazz genres, Latin jazz has achieved global popularity since big bands in the 1940s and 50s started incorporating Afro-Cuban sounds into their arrangements. This mixture of Afro-Cuban rhythms and jazz stylings comes together on Latin Jazz, a lively collection of songs by masters of the genre. Latin Jazz features legends Tito Puente, Ray Barretto, Eddie Palmieri and others.
  1. Machito with Cannonball Adderley - Congo Mulence - (Cuba) 
  2. Poncho Sanchez - El Sabroson - (United States) 
  3. Tómas Einarsson - Rumdrum - (Iceland) 
  4. Tito Puente - Cha Cha Cha - (United States) 
  5. Chico Alvarez - La Clave, Maraca Y Güiro - (Cuba) 
  6. Ray Barretto - Summertime - (United States) 
  7. Hilton Ruiz - Steppin' With T.P. - (United States) 
  8. Manny Oquendo & Libre - Cuando Se Acabará - (United States) 
  9. Chocolate Armenteros - Trompeta en Montuno - (Cuba) 
  10. The Brian Lynch/Eddie Palmieri Project - Guajira Dubois - (United States)

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