CD reissue (includes an additional 7 songs not on the LP)
1. Linda 2. El Chevere 3. Yoya Querida 4. Soy Labori 5. La Vida es falsedad 6. Una Tarde de Mayo 7. Cacique de Amor 8. Loco con frenesi 9. El Negrito Tamalero 10. Quejido de un Trovador 11. Decimas Libres 12. Tonadas de Palmarito 13. Punto Esquinero 14. Punto a Coro 15. Sucu-Sucu-Adios Habana 16. Mano a mano con tres duos 17. Mano a mano con tres duos
"Progressive Latin" 1960 vinyl Gema LP 'Julio Gutiérrez'
b; Jan. 12th 1918 Manzanillo, Cuba
d; Dec. 15th 1990 New York Pianist, composer, orchestra conductor.
(check out his "Eyeglasses"... yea baby!)
Julio Gutiérrez: Piano, organ, leader. With Jose "Chombo" Silva tenor sax. Alejandro "El Negro" Vivar: trumpet.. and he sounds amazing. Julito Collazo: vocal in Lucumi and Chekeré. Swinging, classy and elegant.
It has been almost ten years ago that this project was first recorded in La Habana, Cuba in 2000.A musical tribute to the Beatles with superb arrangements, the first recording to have been made in Cuba sung completely in English by Cuban musicians. Recorded at the Sono Caribe studios in Havana, which was originally the "CMQ" studios.
Every month Cuban LP's and recordings are added to the blog. Which include particular "styles" and "forms" of (playing & singing) "Cuban" music that unfortunately have become, or are on their way to becoming lost art forms. As well as related materiel which may not be "directly" from Cuba.
Mostly LP's that are either long out of print and-or obscure and music from "my own personal collection".
Occasionally some Brasilian things will be added that are hard to find, even on the other great Brasilian blogs, many that are listed in my Blog links. And maybe some things that have nothing to do with Cuban or Brasilian music.
It takes time to do all this, scanning the covers, resizing and uploading, often changing & correcting the info in each MP3 so it shows up right after you download, then see the info in a media player.
Have fun! "The water always tastes freshest at its source" For those of you not familiar with navigating through music blogs, you can either look through the monthly "Blog Archive" (listed on the left of this page) or, you can click on the words "older posts" at the bottom right of each page. ***You can always get to the most recent post by clicking on The Eyeglasses in the photo at the top of this page.
Mark Sanders: Musician / percussionist.
Living, working and teaching in Manhattan, N.Y.C., U.S.A.
Born and raised in Manhattan, N.Y.C.
Lived in New Orleans from 1972 to 1986.
Had the first Cuban music radio program in New Orleans on WWOZ from 1980-1986.
Been back in N.Y.C. 28 years and planing on getting the hell out very soon.