Puente Goes Jazz
Download links and information about Puente Goes Jazz by Tito Puente. This album was released in 1956 and it belongs to Jazz, Latin genres. It contains 10 tracks with total duration of 37:14 minutes.
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|1.||What Is This Thing Called Love?||3:22|
|3.||What Are You Doing, Honey?||2:49|
|6.||Birdland After Dark||4:40|
One of Tito Puente's earliest jazz-oriented dates, this set (reissued on a 1993 Bluebird CD) matches Puente (doubling on vibes and timbales) with a big band and the bongos of William Correa. The music (mostly obscure originals plus three standards) swings, and although none of the sidemen became household names, (best-known is altoist Dave Schildkraut), the musicianship is fine. Actually, more notable than the fairly conventional music are two of the song titles: "Tiny Not Ghengis (Kahn)" and "That's A Puente!"