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Luis Gasca

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For Those Who Chant (Full Album)

Featuring the music of Luis Gasca
Duration: 40:30

Luis Gasca was one of the hottest trumpet players in California during the 1970s, recording a handful of albums fueled by the drugs, the culture, and the excitement of that time and place. Though they all featured large ensembles, only one of them allowed some of the era's most legendary musicians to blur the lines separating jazz, latin, and rock and roll. Continue reading...
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Article: Reassessing

For Those Who Chant

Read "For Those Who Chant" reviewed by Peter J. Hoetjes


Luis Gasca was one of the hottest trumpet players in California during the 1970s, recording a handful of albums fueled by the drugs, the culture, and the excitement of that time and place. Though they all featured large ensembles, only one of them allowed some of the era's most legendary musicians to blur the lines separating ...

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Article: Interview

Jonathan Goldman: Bump and Let It Slide

Read "Jonathan Goldman: Bump and Let It Slide" reviewed by Chris M. Slawecki


On Saturday February 29, Spanglish Fly will celebrate completing their tenth full year as America's leading producer and exporter of the wicked hot musical sauce known as Latin boogaloo with a special anniversary performance hosted by the legendary Brooklyn hotspot Barbes. The quintessential musical melting pot Spanglish Fly features musicians with roots in Puerto ...

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Article: Album Review

Malo: Latin Bugaloo: The Warner Bros. Singles

Read "Latin Bugaloo: The Warner Bros. Singles" reviewed by Chris M. Slawecki


"Malo was pretty much a jam," reflects Malo bandleader Jorge Santana (younger brother to Carlos Santana) in the notes to Latin Bugaloo. “Just a lot of natural energy. But it had to be structured into an arrangement." Latin Bugaloo compiles the A-and B-sides of six Malo singles released during the band's 1970s golden age, ...

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Article: From the Inside Out

Sonic Styles of the Seventies

Read "Sonic Styles of the Seventies" reviewed by Chris M. Slawecki


Hugo Fattoruso Hugo Fattoruso Y Bario Opa Far Out Recordings 2018 Once upon a time in Uruguay, teenage brothers Osvaldo and Hugo Fattoruso stepped out of their musical family trio to play guitar and bass for popular Latin American jazz (swing) and rock 'n' roll ensembles venturing in ...

Album

Born To Love You

Label: Now Jazz Consortium
Released: 1974

Album

For Those Who Chant

Label: Blue Thumb Records
Released: 1972
Track listing: Street Dude; La Raza; Spanish Gypsy; Little Mama.

Album

The Little Giant

Label: Now Jazz Consortium
Released: 1969


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