|UserSoundoffs 6Album Ratings 90Objectivity 57%Last Active 08-07-11 6:26 amJoined 07-31-11Forum Posts 1Review Comments 9
So I've started getting heavily into bebop, and in my reading on rthe history of it I came across one of the architects of it, Dizzy rGillespie. And reading about him led me to Afro-Cuban jazz, or rCubop.rFrom what I've heard from the albums I've listed, I love it. So rhere's a list of albums I've found and enjoyed, and hoping some rpeople may be able to recommend anymore Cubop, Latin jazz, or ranything similar.
I love this album. 'Manteca' is a great song, as well as 'A Night in Tunisia,'
and the album from this legend is just awesome.
Afrodisia = brilliant.
|5||Buena Vista Social Club|
Buena Vista Social Club
I know this isn't Afro-Cuban jazz, but I still love it.
|I know a couple...|
Dizzy Gillespie Y Machito - Afro-Cuban Jazz Moods
Chico O' Farrill, Charlie Parker, Buddy Rich - Machito Afro-Cuban Jazz
|Afro-Caribbean music >>>>>>> Afro-Cuban music|
|Wow that comment was constructive, he must be thankful for your input.|
|you know afro-caribbean kind of includes afro-cuban right?|
ibrahim ferrer has some good stuff on his own you would probably like dude. otherwise:
afro-cuban all stars - a toda cuba le gusta
ruben gonzalez - introducing
|'A night in Tunisia' is a jam. Played it in my jazz band in college.|
Chick Corea, Cannot recommend him enough. one of the few living jazz legends that is still alive and touring.
I know this isn't Afro-Cuban jazz, but I still love it."
5 is afrocuban......
|the lack of life you have is|
absolutely outstanding potatato
|way to epicly prove my point when i said that to you headphones|
|way to epicly prove my point|
when i said that to you
|Faith!!! me too haaarrdd|