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Sabu Martinez - Afro Temple (1973). Songs in album Sabu Martinez - Afro Temple (1973). 1. Martin Cohen Loves Latin Percussion.
Опубликовано: 22 июл. 2014 г. Sabu Martinez - Sabu's Jazz Espagnole (1960,Alegre Records). tracklist; Intro (0:28) The Oracle (4:55) I Remember Carmen (4:00) Delilah (4:33) Breakin' In It (4:15) Flipping (0:24) Otra Vez (0:22) Flamenco Ain't Bad (4:24) Woody'n You (5:06) Enchantmene (6:39) Nica's Dream (4:22) Coda (0:17). Masters Of Afro-Cuban Jazz. UMG (от лица компании "Rhino"); EMI Music Publishing.
Chorus – Margarita Martinez, Sabu Martinez (tracks: A2). Chorus, Photography By – Christina Martinez. Congas – Bo Östen Svensson, Conny Lundström, Johnny Martinez (3), Per Arne Almeflo. Design – Lorne De Wolfe. Drums – Ali Lundbohm, Stephen Möller. Engineer – Gert Palmcrantz. Liner Notes – Cornelis Vreeswijk. Recorded March 23 to 25, 1973 (as told by Sabu Martinez on the first track). Rights Society: NCB. Other Versions (5 of 9) View All. Cat.
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Afro Temple is a afro-cuban jazz music album recording by SABU MARTINEZ released in 1973 on CD, LP/Vinyl and/or cassette. SABU MARTINEZ - Afro Temple. Bass – Red Mitchell Chorus – Christina Martinez Congas – Bo Östen Svensson, Conny Lundström, Johnny Martinez, Per-Arne Almeflo Drums – Ali Lundbohm, Stephen Möller Flute, Alto Saxophone – Christer Boustedt Narrator, Written-By – Red Mitchell Percussion – Peter Perlowsky.
Louis "Sabu" Martinez (July 14, 1930 – January 13, 1979) was an American conguero and percussionist. A prominent player in the Cubop movement, Martinez appeared on many important recordings and live performances during that period. Martinez also recorded several Latin jazz albums, now recognized as classics of the genre.
Louis "Sabu" Martinez was one of the most prolific conga players in the history of Afro-Cuban music. In addition to his own albums, Martinez recorded with such influential jazz musicians as Dizzy Gillespie, Horace Silver, Buddy DeFranco, .
Afro-Cuban is an album by American jazz trumpeter Kenny Dorham. The first release of the album dates back to 1955 on 10" Vinyl, featuring only four tracks and having a different cover artwork.
|1||Martin Cohen Loves Latin Percussion Sabu Martinez||Sabu Martinez||2:58|
|2||Meapestaculo Sabu Martinez||Sabu Martinez||2:10|
|3||Wounded Knee Sabu Martinez / Red Mitchell||Sabu Martinez||2:03|
|4||Afro Temple Sabu Martinez||Sabu Martinez||7:02|
|5||All Camels Hump Sabu Martinez||Sabu Martinez||2:52|
|6||Hotel Alyssa-Soussie, Tunisia Sabu Martinez||Sabu Martinez||6:04|
|7||Para Ti, Tito Rodriguez Sabu Martinez||Sabu Martinez||4:36|
|8||My Son Johnny and Me Sabu Martinez||Sabu Martinez||1:50|
|9||My Christina Sabu Martinez||Sabu Martinez||4:57|
CreditsPer Arne Almeflo - Congas
Christer Boustedt - Flute, Sax (Alto), Soloist
Ali Lundbohm - Drums
Conny Lundstrom - Congas
Margarita Martinez - Choir/Chorus
Sabu Martinez - Bongos, Chant, Choir/Chorus, Composer, Congas, Gong, Percussion, Primary Artist, Quinto, Sound Effects, Talking Drum, Timpani, Vocals
Red Mitchell - Bass, Composer
Stephen Moller - Drums, Soloist
Peter Perlowsky - Percussion
Bernt Rosengren - Piccolo Flute, Sax (Tenor), Soloist
Cornelis Vreeswijk - Liner Notes