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Herbie Mann & His Afro Jazz - Walkin (Vinyl)

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  1. Zurg says:
    Aug 05,  · The younger Jazz fans probably didn't know, like Bob James, Herbie Mann busted his chops with the heavy weights back in the day. And lots of Jazz fans had no idea that Sarah Vaughan was also trained on piano and was great at it! If she wasn't a first class singer she could have easily been a great Jazz pianist! Sarah Vaughan with Clifford Brown.
  2. Taucage says:
    Machito carried on, recording with former Eddie Palmieri vocalist Lalo Rodríguez. By the early '80s, his sound had embraced the contemporary salsa aesthetics that he himself had helped develop. The closing track on this anthology, "Soy Salsero," draws a full circle - from Afro-Cuban jazz pioneer to salsa star.
  3. Vusar says:
    Jun 30,  · By the time of the record's release, however, Mann had been a bandleader for years, honing his pioneering blend of Afro-Cuban/Brazilian music .
  4. Kazirg says:
    Herbie Mann returns to the stage at the Newport Jazz Festival – but opens up in ways that are even hipper than some of his other material from that scene! The tracks here are quite long – driven by some great rhythms from Carlos Patao Valdez, and featuring .
  5. Kigarg says:
    The Common Ground, an Album by Herbie Mann. Released in October on Atlantic (catalog no. ; Vinyl LP). Genres: Afro-Jazz.
  6. Shakarr says:
    Mann teams with his Afro-Jazz Sextet to offer a fusion of Cuban, African, and American jazz, much in the manner of Dizzy Gillespie. But Mann, unlike Gillespie, is more interested in offering a commercial variation on Afro jazz, and as a result, The Common Ground circumvents exploration for tuneful melodies and solid, but predictable, solos.

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