Tuesday, June 29, 2010

The Sound of 70's Cuba

Here is a funky Latin track titled "Rompe Cocorico" by legendary Cuban trombonist, composer and arranger Juan Pablo Torres. This track originally appeared on Torres' 1977 album Con Todos Los Hierros, and has later been included on many great compilations including Waxing Deep Records' Si, Para Usted and Mr Bongo's 2000 release of Latin Beats: A Tribute To Tito Puente. If you enjoy Latin funk and jazz music, I highly recommend checking out more of Torres' releases, as he was at the forefront of some of the best music to come out of Cuba during the mid to late seventies. Enjoy!

Juan Pablo Torres - Rompe Cocorico


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2 comments:

MJunaid said...

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b2v said...

thanks for thos gems ! it will enlight my summer !