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Next Step album for sale by Jazz Tribe / Ray Mantilla was released Oct 21, 2005 on the RED Distribution label. This CD features percussionist Ray Mantilla's the Jazz Tribe, a sextet with altoist Bobby Watson, trumpeter Jack Walrath, pianist Ronnie Mathews, bassist Curtis Lundy, and drummer Victor Lewis. Next Step buy CD music Mantilla's percussion infuses the largely straight-ahead music (three originals by Mantilla, two by Watson, and one apiece from the other four players, plus Tadd Dameron's "Good Bait") with Latin rhythms. Next Step songs The music swings and Watson in particular is in exciting form for the advanced hard bop outing. Next Step album for sale ~ Scott Yanow The Well-know super Group By Bobby Watson And ray mantilla Feat Steve Grossman, Walter Bishop Jr, Joe Cjhambers, Charles Fambrouugh. Next Step CD music Pick Up. 2006 Recorded at Westrax Studios, New York, New York on February 2, 1999. Next Step buy CD music Includes liner notes by Bobby Watson, Ray Mantilla, Adam Szulc, and Brian Priestly. The Jazz Tribe: Bobby Watson (alto saxophone); Jack Walrath (trumpet); Ronnie Matthews (piano); Curtis Lundy (bass); Victor Lewis (drums); Ray Mantilla (percussion). Personnel: Bobby Watson (alto saxophone); Jack Walrath (trumpet); Ronnie Mathews (piano); Victor Lewis (drums, cymbals); Ray Mantilla (percussion). Recording information: Westrax Recording Studio (02/02/1999). Photographer: Marco Pennisi. CMJ (5/22/00, p. 34) - "... Captures a sextet of straight-ahead veterans... getting together and having some fun.... at its best when the music delves deep into some slammin' Latin jazz-grooves..." JazzTimes (12/00, pp. 134-5) - "... Brilliant hard bop playing with a fine Latin touch... "
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