|Puente, Tito & His Orchestra / Live At The 1977 Monterey Jazz Festival|
|Album:||Live At The 1977 Monterey Jazz Festival||Collection:||Jazz|
|Artist:||Puente, Tito & His Orchestra||Added:||Jan 2009|
|Add Date:||2009-02-08||Pull Date:||2009-04-12||Charts:||Jazz|
|Week Ending:||Mar 29||Mar 22||Mar 15||Mar 8||Feb 22||Feb 15|
|1.||Sep 14, 2017:||No Cover, No Minimum |
|4.||Mar 24, 2009:||Another PACC Appreciation Hour |
Para Los Rumberos
|2.||Sep 18, 2009:||No Cover, No Minimum: Monterey Jazz Edition |
Oye Como Va
|5.||Mar 21, 2009:||"In Your Ear ..." with Bug, a last minute request !? |
Don't You Worry 'bout A Thing (Cha Cha Cha)
|3.||Mar 27, 2009:||Emphysema For Emphasis |
|6.||Mar 20, 2009:||Emphysema For Emphasis |
The Latin percussion legend and his kick-ass15-piece orchestra keep things hot and spicy with mostly original compositions (though you gotta love the cover of Stevie Wonder’s “Don’t You Worry…”). It’s full of energy, passion, and hip-shaking rhythms. Every track rocks. Lots of crowd noise.|
1. .20 introduction
2. Drums into brass, wicked fast twists and turns into one hot jam.
3. The classic. Midtempo, faint vocals from band, great horns/drums.
4. Starts off with a burn and keeps going, fast vocals, hot band.
5. Relaxed big-band romance, great solos, sexy vocals. Sigh…
6. Drum tour-de-force then horns join in the race to the end. Yow!
7. Stevie’s hit gets a cha-cha-cha makeover. So fricking cool.
8. Hot & fun w/playful vocals from band & lots of energy.
9. Fast percussion then equal horns & keyboards. Head-spinning fast.
10. Cal Tjader guests on vibes. Upbeat, driving, serious Latin jazz.
|1.||Introduction By Jimmy Lyons||6.||Tito's Odyssey|
|2.||Para Los Rumberos||7.||Don't You Worry 'bout A Thing (Cha Cha Cha)|
|3.||Oye Como Va||8.||Pare Cochero|
|4.||Barbarabatiri||9.||El Rey Del Timbal|