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Ethiopian Quintet - Afro-Latin Soul Vol. 2 mp3
Interprète: Ethiopian Quintet
Titre: Afro-Latin Soul Vol. 2
Publié sur: 1966
Label: Worthy Records
Pays: US
Style: Afro-Cuban Jazz, Latin Jazz
Catalogue #: W-1015
Genre: Jazz / Latine
Classement: 4.1
Votes: 322
Formats: Vinyl, LP, Album
Taille du MP3: 2943 mb

Tracklist

1The Panther (Boogaloo)2:20
2Raina4:38
3Lover's Mambo2:10
4Love Mood For Two4:15
5Girl From Addis Ababa3:50
6Karayu3:52
7Jijiger2:22
8Soul Power5:05
9Konjit (Pretty)3:07

Crédits

  • BassRobert Cuadrado
  • CongasPete Iglesias
  • Liner NotesGil Snapper
  • TimbalesTony Pearson
  • Trumpet, PianoRudy Houston
  • VibraphoneMulatu Astatke

Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
W-1015Mulatu Astatke And His Ethiopian Quintet Afro-Latin Soul Vol. 2 ‎(LP, Album, Ltd, RE, 180)Worthy Records W-1015US2016
STRUT 157LP Mulatu Astatke And His Ethiopian Quintet Afro-Latin Soul Vol. 2 ‎(LP, Album, RE, RM)StrutSTRUT 157LP UK2018
W-1015Mulatu Astatke And His Ethiopian Quintet Afro-Latin Soul Vol. 2 ‎(LP, Album, RE)Worthy Records W-1015US2016
W-1015Ethiopian Quintet Afro-Latin Soul Vol. 2 ‎(LP, Album, RE, Col)Worthy Records W-1015USUnknown

Remarques

© 1966 Worthy Records

Entreprises

  • Copyright (c) – Worthy Records

Video

Album

Mulatu Astatke & His Ethiopian Quintet The Panther 2:42. Ethiopian Quintet - Afro-Latin Soul Vol. Mulatu Astatke and his Ethiopian Quintet - Raina 1966 4:47. Liste Aggiungi alla Lista. Mulatu Astatke, one of the most influential and legendary musicians from Ethiopia, and his Ethiopian Quintet came up with the two volumes of the Afro-Latin Soul album in the same year, 1966. The sound of this second volume is still fresh nowadays and the mix of genres Soul, Vol. 2 is ranked 79,515th in the overall chart, 4,161st in the 1960s, and 438th in the year 1966. Afro-Latin Soul, Vol. 2 by Mulatu Astatke & His Ethiopian Quintet Year: 1966 Overall rank: 79,515th. Average Rating: 73100 from 2 votes. Accolades: Top albums of 1966 438th. Top albums of the 1960s 4,161st. While the two individual Afro-Latin Soul albums have been available on various labels in various formats for years, this two-fer also re-released separately was painstakingly remastered from pristine vinyl sources obtained from collectors. They are easily the best-sounding sources of this music out there. These records stand as important foundational documents of Astatke's Afro-Latin groove consciousness. The fusion is complete on the first tune here: I Faram. Mulatu Astatke & His Ethiopian Quintet. Songs in album Mulatu Astatke - Afro Latin Soul Vols. Mulatu Astatke - I Faram Gami I Faram. Buy Afro Latin Soul Vol 2 at Juno Records. In stock now for same day shipping. Afro Latin Soul Vol 2. These days, Mulatu Astatke is widely considered to be the Godfather of Ethiopian jazz. Yet when he recorded the two-part Afro-Latin Soul album in 1966, he'd just left music college in Boston. As this fine reissue proves, Astatke was years ahead of the game. While rooted in American jazz from the period, all tracks draw heavily on Cuban jazz, in particular, as well as Ethiopian musical traditions. Afro Latin Soul Vol. Despite playing under the name of The Ethiopian Quintet, Astatkes band contained players from both American and Afro-Latin lineages as well as Astatkes Horn Of Africa style. It is this cross-pollination of techniques that makes the music so invigorating, from the funky groove of Lovers Mambo to Girl From Addis Abadas wild shuffle. Read More. 1 The Panther Boogaloo Mulatu Astatke 1:17. 2 Konjit Pretty Mulatu Astatke 2:00. 3 Soul Power Mulatu Astatke 2:00. 4 Lover's Mambo Mulatu Astatke 1:08. 5 Love Mood For Two Mulatu Astatke 2:00. 6 Jijiger Mulatu Astatke 1:15. On 'Soul Power', we find another great example of Astatke's signature sound, blending together traditional Ethiopian music with Latin-jazz. Simply put, just another classic composition from one of the genre's most influential and legendary musicians. Pat Les Stache, American Athlete. Ethiopian sounds with a twist By Bill Beuttler, Globe Correspondent November 5, 2004. It's been decades since Mulatu Astatke has performed his so-called Ethio Jazz in the United States, back when he toured and recorded in the 1960s with his Ethiopian Quintet. item 1 Mulatu Astatke - AFRO LATIN SOUL VOLS 2 -Mulatu Astatke - AFRO LATIN SOUL VOLS 2. Free postage. item 2 Mulatu Astatke : Afro-Latin Soul - Volume 2 VINYL 12 Album 2018 NEW -Mulatu Astatke : Afro-Latin Soul - Volume 2 VINYL 12 Album 2018 NEW . item 3 Mulatu Astatke - AFRO LATIN SOUL VOLS 2 -Mulatu Astatke - AFRO LATIN SOUL VOLS 2. item 7 Mulatu Astatke, Ethiopian Quintet - Afro-Latin Soul Vol. 2 Vinyl LP Strut NEW -Mulatu Astatke, Ethiopian Quintet - Afro-Latin Soul Vol. 2 Vinyl LP Strut NEW. Afro latin soul vol. 2 lp. 12 Vinyl lp UK. Strut, STRUT157LP. a1The Panther Boogaloo 2:34. a2Konjit Pretty 3:18. a3Soul Power 5:18. a4Lovers Mambo 2:17. a5Love Mood For Two 4:28. In the mid-60s, I formed a band called The Ethiopian Quintet in New York comprising Ethiopian, Latin and Afro-American musicians - the band included trumpeter and pianist Rudy Houston who later played with Yambu and Felix Torres who played with La Sonora Poncena. Supported by Worthy Records Gil Snapper who offered to record the quintet, Astatke began to experiment during two separate sessions: We created a different feel and different arrangements

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This friday the definitive edition of this and the other volume will be released on STRUT. Given the full reissue treatment, freshly cut lacquers , original artwork etc
https://strut.lnk.to/AfroLatinSoul
https://mulatuastatke.bandcamp.com/album/afro-latin-soul
Anything other than the original were unauthorized pressings !!!
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