||Take Your Clothes Off When You Dance CD (2006)
Bob Quaranta CD discography From his Mothers of Invention days onward, Frank Zappa often used jazzy multi-part arrangements that in some ways could have been regarded as avant-garde extensions of the big-band ...
||Eddy Loves Frank CD (2009) |
Bob Quaranta music CDs Alto saxophonist and big band leader Ed Palermo has shown a dedication to inventive, restless musicianship since the 1980s, and his love for other innovators, such as Frank ...
||Oh No! Not Jazz!! CDs (2014) |
Bob Quaranta CD discography Liner Note Author: Ed Palermo.
Recording information: Peaceful Waters Studio.
Photographer: Ed Palermo Big Band.
Arranger: Ed Palermo.
Personnel: Katie Jacoby (violin); Phil Chester (flute, piccolo, soprano saxophone, alto saxophone); Ben Kono ...
||Remembered Dreams CD (2000) |
Bob Quaranta discography If you were around during the 70\'s, you probably remember the music of Charanga Tipica New York, Benito Sextet, Charanga 76, Joe Quijano... All of them had something ...
||Different Shades of Thought CD (2006) |
Bob Quaranta music CDs Track Listing of songs: Tenemos Que Echar Pa'Lante; Quantanamo; Usted, A; Nadie Como Tu; Faro de Luz; Baby Please Don't Go; Sombra, La;
||Afro Blue: The Picante Collection CD (1997) |
Bob Quaranta CD discography In assembling its own "Mongo's Greatest Hits" entry, Concord Picante had only a slim catalog of four albums, a narrow time frame, and one of Mongo's less incendiary ...
||Free Spirit (Espiritu Libre) CD (1985) |
Bob Quaranta albums Personnel: Mongo Santamaria (congas, percussion); Tony Hinson (flute, soprano saxophone, tenor saxophone); Sam Furnace (flute, alto saxophone, baritone saxophone); Eddie Allen, Edward J. Allen (trumpet, flugelhorn); Bob Quaranta (piano, keyboards); Bobby Sanabria (drums); Pablo Rosario (bongos).
||Instant Party CD (2004) |
Bob Quaranta songs Instant Party includes 11 tracks by the late bandleader and Latin percussion master Mongo Santamaria that focus on his '80s and early-'90s recordings for the Concord label. Taken ...
||Skin On Skin: Mongo Santamaria Anthology 1958-1995 CDs (1999) |
Bob Quaranta albums Recorded between October 1957 and June 1995. Includes liner notes by Miles Perlich, Andy Garcia, Poncho Sanchez, Joel Dorn, Luis Tamargo and Jose Rizo.
Although this two-disc set is ...
||Soy Yo CD (1987) |
Bob Quaranta discography On his first Concord album (now on CD), Mongo Santamaria remains anchored to his Afro-Cuban base but is more than willing to acknowledge the 1980s world around him. ...
||Ole Ola CD (1989) |
Bob Quaranta songs For an album of mostly average Latin jazz, Olé Ola makes it mark with the title track, which features a genuinely soulful vocal by Jill Armsbury. Unfortunately, the ...
||Mucho Mongo CDs (2001) |
Bob Quaranta albums MUCHO MONGO contains 2 previously released CDs: SOCA ME NICE (1988)/OLE OLA (1989).
Frohman (tenor saxophone, flute); Ray Vega (trumpet, flugelhorn); Bob Quaranta (piano); Ray Martinez, Bernie Minoso (bass); ...
||Remembered Dreams CD (2000) |
Bob Quaranta music CDs Recorded at Park West Studios, Brooklyn, New York. Includes liner notes by Andrea Brachfeld.
Personnel: Andrea Brachfeld (flute, wooden flute, synthesizer); Bob Quaranta (piano); Karl Latham, Kim Plainfield (drums); ...
||Top Secrets CD (2006) |
Though the adulation given Colon's early recordings is fully justified, it has the unfortunate side-effect of blinding people to his equally fine recent recordings. Yet aside from the ...
||Remembe CD |
Recorded at Park West Studios, Brooklyn, New York. Includes liner notes by Andrea Brachfeld.
Personnel: Andrea Brachfeld (flute, wooden flute, synthesizer); Taurey Butler, Bob Quaranta (piano); Kip Reed, Lincoln ...
||Live At Jazz Alley CD (1990) |
This is as close to Latin purist Mongo as we have heard in recent years, an eight-piece salsa band -- including several members of the 1997 Tito Puente ...
||Soca Me Nice CD (1988) |
Since 1962, Mongo Santamaria has led a series of top Afro-Cuban Latin jazz bands that effectively combine Cuban rhythms with bop-oriented jazz solos. Santamaria had a new horn ...