Label: Interlude (2) - MO-513,V.S.O.P. Records - V.S.O.P. 29 • Format: Vinyl LP, Album, Reissue, Mono • Country: US • Genre: Jazz • Style: Latin Jazz
Fascinating Lady - The Jazz Afro-Cuban Beat Guest Star Shelly Manne - Hot Skins (Vinyl, LP, Album)

 · On October 16 and 17, the museum's own big-band-in-residence, the Smithsonian Jazz Masterworks Orchestra (SJMO) will kick off their 25th season with a night of Afro-Cuban jazz. At its largest a member big band, or in smaller iterations, SJMO concerts feature the music and jazz masters who contributed to the development of American jazz and defined the music's mated Reading Time: 5 mins.

Afro-Cuban is an album by American jazz trumpeter Kenny first release of the album dates back to on 10" Vinyl, featuring only four tracks and having a different cover time later, Blue Note decided to add three tracks and issue a more complete LP toward the end of May (see below for details). After publishing a RVG edition which featured two additional.

 · Three things about the music on this album struck me immediately and forcefully: [1] Shelly Manne’s use of timpani mallets, [2] the luminous trumpet work of Stu Williamson who also plays valve trombone surprisingly well and, most of all, [3] the plaintive wail that was so much a part of Charlie Mariano’s alto saxophone tone.

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William Claxton, the tall, mild-mannered man who shot the image, remembers his meeting with Pepper on that day in ; the saxophonist had gotten out of jail the day before and was waiting for his connection. “He looked very healthy, but he was kind of shaky,” the photographer recalls.

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  1. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of "Hot Skins" on Discogs/5(3).

  2. Hot Skins, an Album by The Jazz Afro-Cuban Beat. Released in on Interlude (catalog no. MO; Vinyl LP). Genres: Afro-Cuban Jazz, Bebop. Featured peformers: Tony Rizzi (guitar), Robert Gil (piano), Julio Ayala (bass), Tony Reyes (bass), Chico Guerrero (drums), Shelly Manne (drums), Shelly Manne (featured), Mike Pacheco (bongos), Carlos Vidal (congas), Robert Scherman (director), Val /5(3).

  3.  · In a recent interview for a Jazz buddy’s podcast, the subject turned to favorite albums and we found ourselves revelling in our shared appreciation for the multi-record set issued by Les Koenig on his Contemporary Records label of drummer Shelly Manne and His Men at The Blackhawk, a Jazz club that existed on the corner of Turk and Hyde in San Francisco from under the proprietorship Author: Steven Cerra.

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