Fernando Trueba - Calle 54 download album
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Calle 54 is a 2000 documentary film about Latin jazz by Spanish director Fernando Trueba. With only minimal introductory voiceovers, the film consists of studio performances by a wide array of Latin Jazz musicians. Artists featured include Chucho Valdés, Bebo Valdés, Cachao, Eliane Elias, Gato Barbieri, Tito Puente, Paquito D'Rivera, Chano Domínguez, Jerry Gonzalez, Dave Valentin, Aquíles Báez, and Michel Camilo.
Various - Calle 54 release. About this release: More about Various - Calle 54 release: Style of this release: Bossanova music Merengue music Rumba music Afro-Cuban music Tango music Guaguancó music Flamenco music Soundtrack music. The album included the following session artists: Producer. Track list: Track title. Find mp3 free Calle 54. 1-1. Panamericana.
Song from the documentary film Calle 54 (2000) Fernando Trueba. From withing played by Michel Camilo on piano, Anthony Jackson on bass and Horacio El Black Hernandez on drums. Would be together for the Triangle Michel Camilo 2002 album, this album was nominated for a Grammy for best album of instrumental Jazz. I recommend watching the documentary Calle 54, is really exciting. From Within Sheet Music Michel Camilo.
Fernando Trueba's frank declaration of love for Latin jazz, with sparkling performances by . Tito Puente, Paquito D'Rivera, Bebo & Chucho Valdes and Jerry Gonzales. Calle 54 is an open declaration of love to the representatives of this very music that now enjoys worldwide popularity.
Directed by Fernando Trueba. Calle 54. Reyes Records. With Michel Camilo, Tito Puente, Arturo O'Farrill, Rolando Guerrero. Fernando Trueba presents his love affair with Latin jazz, his camera following 13 giants into the studio. Trueba drapes walls with single colors - red for Jerry González and the Fort Apache band, white for Tito Puente; his camera is close to faces, instruments, hands, and feet; bands' colors contrast with walls or their leader's clothes. Chucho Valdés does a pyrotechnic solo then joins his aged father Bebo for a subdued duet.
|1-2||–Eliane Elías*||Samba Triste||5:11|
|1-3||–Chano Dóminguez*||Oye Cómo Viene||6:45|
|1-4||–Jerry González & The Fort Apache Band*||Earth Dance||6:44|
|1-5||–Michel Camilo||From Within||7:29|
|1-6||–Gato Barbieri||Introducción, Llamerito Y Tango / Bolivia||6:06|
|1-7||–Tito Puente||New Arrival||8:28|
|1-8||–Chucho Valdés||Caridad Amaro||6:24|
|1-9||–Chico O'Farrill||Afro-Cuban Jazz Suite||8:45|
|1-10||–Bebo Valdés Y Cachao||Lágrimas Negras||5:17|
|1-11||–Puntilla Y Nueva Generación*||Compa Galletano||6:33|
|1-12||–Bebo Valdés Y Chucho Valdés||La Comparsa||4:31|
|2-2||–Fernando Trueba||Cubop City|
|2-3||–Fernando Trueba||Nuestro Barrio|
|2-4||–Fernando Trueba||El Padre Del Latin Jazz|
|2-7||–Fernando Trueba||Con Poco Coco|
|2-8||–Fernando Trueba||Bacalao Con Pan|
|2-9||–Fernando Trueba||Freedom Land|
|2-10||–Fernando Trueba||Soleá Blues|
|2-11||–Fernando Trueba||La Clave|
|2-12||–Fernando Trueba||Ritmo Y Candela|
|2-13||–Fernando Trueba||Cómo Fue|
|2-14||–Fernando Trueba||To Play|
- Licensed To – Lolafilms
- Producer – Fernando Trueba
NotesFernando Trueba's documentary "Calle 54"
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