Tito puente and his orchestra - ce' magnifique


This is an album that will warm your blues heart as the nights draw in and get colder with a bit of Southern warmth and exciting guitar and vocals that are full of energy from the opening title track with its Southern Rock driving beat through to the last track Missin’ Your Kissin’. - Liz Aiken (Blues Matters)

Among the major-league congueros who played with the Puente band in the '50s were Mongo Santamaria , Willie Bobo , Johnny Pacheco , and Ray Barretto , which resulted in some explosive percussion shootouts. Not one to paint himself into a tight Latin music corner, Puente 's range extended to big-band jazz ( Puente Goes Jazz ), and in the '60s, bossa nova tunes, Broadway hits, boogaloos, and pop music, although in later years he tended to stick with older Latin jazz styles that became popularly known as salsa. In 1982, he started reeling off a string of several Latin jazz albums with octets or big bands for Concord Picante that gave him greater exposure and respect in the jazz world than he ever had.


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