Machito And His Salsa Big Band - 1983 Grammy Award Winner download album
Jugoton, Timeless Records (3). LSY-66174, SJP 161.
As late as the 1980s, Machito continued to field a powerhouse Latin big band, winning belated acclaim in Europe for his well-preserved brand of salsa. Recorded in Holland for the Timeless label two years before Machito's death, the ensemble may not be quite as airtight as it was in the mambo era, but the old energy and drive still bursts through the speakers. Though Machito's voice had grown huskier with age, his enthusiasm is as infectious as ever, and his dusky-voiced daughter Paula Grillo contributes harmonies and a solo vocal on "Caso Perdido.
Album: 1983 Grammy Award Winner. Machito And His Salsa Big B 1982 - 1983 Grammy Award Winner MP3 version. Machito And His Salsa Big Band. Jugoton, Timeless Records.
Machito and His Salsa Big Band '82 by Machito. Rhythm of Life by Ray Barretto Canciones del Solar de los Aburridos by Willie Colón and Rubén Blades Escenas de Amor by José Feliciano Momentos by Julio Iglesias. Guajita Pa' La Jeva by Clare Fischer by Cal Tjader Summertime Digital at Montreaux, 1980 by Dizzy Gillespie with Mongo Santamaría Eddie Palmieri by Eddie Palmieri Brazilian Soul by Laurindo Almeida and Charlie Byrd. La Onda Va Bien by Cal Tjader Sextet. Grammy Award for Best Latin Pop Album.
Machito and His Salsa Big Band '82 by Machito. 1. Grammy Award for Best Latin Pop Album – Throughout its history, this award has had minor name changes, Best Latin Pop Performance and Best Latin Pop Album. In 2012 the award was not presented due to an overhaul of Grammy categories. That year recordings in this category were shifted to the newly formed Best Latin Pop, from 1984 to 1991, the category allowed single tracks or albums, and as of 1992 only includes albums.
Machito (born Francisco Raúl Gutiérrez Grillo, February 16, 1908?–April 19, 1984) was an influential Latin jazz musician who helped refine Afro-Cuban jazz and create both Cubop and salsa music. He was raised in Havana alongside the singer Graciela, his foster sister. In New York City, Machito formed the band the Afro-Cubans in 1940, and with Mario Bauzá as musical director, brought together Cuban rhythms and big band arrangements in one group. He brought his son and daughter into the band, and received a Grammy Award in 1983, one year before he died.
|1||Elas De La Rumba||5:00|
|3||Piniero Tenia Razon||4:56|
- Producer – Wim Wigt
|SJP 161||Machito And His Salsa Big Band||Machito And His Salsa Big Band 1982 (LP, Album, Mono)||Timeless Records||SJP 161||Netherlands||1982|
|CDSJP 161||Machito And His Salsa Big Band||Machito And His Salsa Big Band 1982 (CD, Album)||Timeless Records||CDSJP 161||Europe||Unknown|
|30.504009/10||Machito And His Salsa Big Band 1992*||Machito And His Salsa Big Band 1982 (2xLP)||Timeless Records||30.504009/10||Spain||Unknown|
|LSY-66174, SJP 161||Machito And His Salsa Big Band||1982 (LP, Album)||Jugoton, Timeless Records||LSY-66174, SJP 161||Yugoslavia||1982|
|TTH-1859||Machito And His Salsa Big Band 1982*||Machito And His Salsa Big Band 1982 (LP, Album)||Top Ten Hits||TTH-1859||US||1983|