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The Jazz Tribe

The Jazz Tribe consists of seasoned players who each have been plying their craft for between 30 and 50 years. This is straight-ahead jazz at its finest, from the 50s through the 80s. Repertoire is not the typical covers and originals. Material by a wide variety of artists as well as originals by the musicians themselves. During the course of the evening, The Jazz Tribe will play something the please every jazz fan! Available for club dates, weddings, special events, corporate functions.

Album

Everlasting

Label: Red Records
Released: 2010
Track listing: Pecado Primero; Hello Albert; Donna Lee; Gesualdo's Tango; Temples Of Gold; Ay Caramba; Everlasting; Eeeyyeess; El Color De Mi Rythmo.

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The Jazz Tribe: Everlasting

Read "Everlasting" reviewed by Chris Mosey


The vogue for Latin jazz began in the 1940s when Dizzy Gillespie hired Cuban percussionist Chano Pozo to play in his big band. At the time, most critics dismissed it as a passing fad. However, percussionist Ray Mantilla, part of a “goodwill ensemble" Gillespie took on a tour of Castro's Cuba in 1977, is today elder ...

Article: Album Review

The Jazz Tribe: Everlasting

Read "Everlasting" reviewed by AAJ Italy Staff


Il titolo del CD è un po' troppo pretenzioso, ma la musica proposta ha in sé l'irresistibile genoma del mainstream contemporaneo che dal bop di Parker ci porta fino all'afro-cuban jazz. Del gruppo originario venuto alla ribalta negli anni '90 rimane la triade Watson/Walrath/Mantilla, a tener in vita una formula rimasta immutata negli anni. Ma i ...


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