Timbale Solo - Tito Puente - Puente In Percussion (CD, Album)

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  1. Manufactured and distributed by Universal Music Distribution. Originally released on Tico LP There are at least three album covers for "Puente in percussion". The first one shows a blue / yellow sketch and is being used here as the digipack's front cover.4/5(3).
  2. Tito Puente () was a bandleader, percussionist, composer, and arranger from New York City. Born Ernesto Antonio Puente, Jr., on April 20, , in el barrio Spanish harlem, New York, Puente was a musical pioneer for mixing musical styles with Latin sounds and for his experiments in fusing Latin music with shagoresamumkathridred.xyzinfo son of Puerto Rican immigrants, Puente grew up in New York City's.
  3. The Tito Puente timbale set comes complete with an adjustable cowbell holder made from welded steel and features LP's superior eye-bolt assembly. When Latin Percussion, Inc. was founded in the s, timbales were only heard in Latin music.
  4. An after midnight session around two bottles of rum, played by a supergroup made up of Tito Puente, Mongo Santamaria, Willie Bobo and Patato Valdés on percussion and Bobby Rodriguez on acoustic bass, the rootsy polyrhythms thunder and sway, swing and groove.5/5(10).
  5. LP Latin Percussion 14" & 15" Tito Puente Timbales - Bronze 5 out of 5 stars 1 product rating 1 product ratings - LP Latin Percussion 14" & 15" Tito Puente Timbales - Bronze.
  6. Mar 22,  · The resulting album, Puente In Percussion, is a percussionist's dream, as relentlessly energetic as the red jackhammer on the cover. "I had my chops built up at the time," said Tito.
  7. Check Out our New CD Timbal Solo Transcriptions Is an in-depth study of Latin Timbale solo styles by timbale masters such as Tito Puente, Manny Oquendo, Guillermo Barreto, Endel Dueno, Nicky Marrero, Ray Romero, and Orestes Vilato.
  8. The first and best of Tito Puente 's percussion-heavy records, Puente in Percussion absolutely sizzles, thanks in part to its roster of drum legends: Mongo Santamaria, Willie Bobo, Carlos "Patato" Valdes, and, of course, Puente himself (who appears on timbales, conga, and bongos).

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