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Ray Vasquez

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Ray Vasquez started in the 40’s & 50’s big band, Jazz & Latin Jazz era from Watts, Los Angeles California. Ray Vasquez recorded his album “In the Still of the Night” with George Hernandez and Oliver Berliner in 1959 with a 14 piece orchestra on RCA VICTOR RECORDS. Ray Vasquez worked with Musicians Horace Heidt, Charlie Barnet, Bobby Sherwood, Perez Prado, Lennie Niehaus, Paul Lopez, Manny Lopez, Chico Sesma, Anthony Ortega (his cousin), Phil Carreón, Lionel Hampton, & Don Tosti. After the big band era, Ray Vasquez uses professional aka Ray Victor after graduating from the prestigious Pasadena Playhouse Theater

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Article: Album Review

Osmosis: Osmosis

Read "Osmosis" reviewed by Glenn Astarita


Here's a band that largely went under the radar after its lone LP release for RCA Records in 1970. Based in Boston, renowned reedman Charlie Mariano looms as the only well-known musician in this septet. But that's not to say the other members lacked any technical acumen and/or a fertile imagination, especially when looking back into ...

Album

Uptown Special

Label: RCA Records
Released: 2015

Album

Corazon

Label: RCA Records
Released: 2014

Album

Re:Wired

Label: RCA Records
Released: 2013

Album

"A Very Rare Evening"

Label: RCA Records
Released: 2013

Album

Nina Simone Sings Ellington

Label: RCA Records
Released: 2012

Album

My Baby Just Cares For Me

Label: RCA Records
Released: 2012

Album

Eight Classic Albums

Label: RCA Records
Released: 2012


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