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Nu Yorica 2 - Various (Artist)

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Product description

Nu Yorica 2 - Various (Artist)
Number of Discs: 1
Label: Soul Jazz
It includes a booklet on "Further adventures in Latin Music; Change in the new world 1976-1985'' which describes how Latin music has developed over the years.
"This is one of the few compilations to have attained classic status. Soul Jazz followed a clear concept: the impact of environment and identity in the creation of a community of musicians, specifically those musicians living in East Harlem who were of Cuban and/or Puerto Rican heritage OR African-American but enamoured of Latin music during the 1970s. Ocho is an example of the latter: an all-black group from "across the river" which combined the expected soul and funk influences with hard Latin genres. Bobby Vince Paunetto, a violist of Italian/Spanish heritage, fused Cal Tjader with break beats and an operatic exploitation sensibility on "Little Rico's Theme". The Puerto Riqueno Ricardo Marrero's "Babalonia" is not only a prime break beat cut, it's also a masterpiece of tension and release set up by the keyboard and horn arrangements.
The NuYorican sound had been developing since at least Machito's heyday in the late 1940s and 50s, but the Utopian communalism and fearless artistic leaps of the era (plus the expanded tone colours brought by electrification and radical engineering) catapulted the aesthetic into something new and startling, but the window for this music was narrow, and by the early 1980s such bold blending of different genres would have much less commercial viability."

Track list:

1- Salvte to elegva
2- Omishango
3- Dicela patato
4- Spirit of love
5- Coro mivara
6- Jingo
7- Odie
8- Encventro
9- ko-wo, ko-wo
10- En orbita
11- Barrio nvevo
12- Lamento borincano

"CD in good condition, with micro scratches, but functions well"

Item details

Band/artist(s):
Various Artists
Condition:
Used
Genre:
Jazz
Label:
Soul Jazz
Tracks:
12

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Nu Yorica 2 - Various (Artist)
Number of Discs: 1
Label: Soul Jazz
It includes a booklet on "Further adventures in Latin Music; Change in the new world 1976-1985'' which describes how Latin music has developed over the years.
"This is one of the few compilations to have attained classic status. Soul Jazz followed a clear concept: the impact of environment and identity in the creation of a community of musicians, specifically those musicians living in East Harlem who were of Cuban and/or Puerto Rican heritage OR African-American but enamoured of Latin music during the 1970s. Ocho is an example of the latter: an all-black group from "across the river" which combined the expected soul and funk influences with hard Latin genres. Bobby Vince Paunetto, a violist of Italian/Spanish heritage, fused Cal Tjader with break beats and an operatic exploitation sensibility on "Little Rico's Theme". The Puerto Riqueno Ricardo Marrero's "Babalonia" is not only a prime break beat cut, it's also a masterpiece of tension and release set up by the keyboard and horn arrangements.
The NuYorican sound had been developing since at least Machito's heyday in the late 1940s and 50s, but the Utopian communalism and fearless artistic leaps of the era (plus the expanded tone colours brought by electrification and radical engineering) catapulted the aesthetic into something new and startling, but the window for this music was narrow, and by the early 1980s such bold blending of different genres would have much less commercial viability."

Track list:

1- Salvte to elegva
2- Omishango
3- Dicela patato
4- Spirit of love
5- Coro mivara
6- Jingo
7- Odie
8- Encventro
9- ko-wo, ko-wo
10- En orbita
11- Barrio nvevo
12- Lamento borincano

"CD in good condition, with micro scratches, but functions well"

Band/artist(s):
Various Artists
Condition:
Used
Genre:
Jazz
Label:
Soul Jazz
Tracks:
12

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