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Bob Mintzer Big Band|Latin from Manhattan

Latin from Manhattan

Bob Mintzer Big Band

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For this recording by Bob Mintzer's big band, the tenor saxophonist and his 17-piece ensemble perform ten numbers with an Afro-Cuban beat provided by percussionist Louis Bauzo. Although Mintzer's group does not really have its own distinctive musical personality, it is full of talented players. Best-known among the sidemen are tenor saxophonist Bob Malach, altoist Pete Yellin, trumpeter Mike Mossman, trombonist Dave Taylor and pianist Phil Markowitz. Mintzer and Markowitz have the best spots and although Mossman unfortunately does not get any solos, many of the lesser-known horn players are heard from. Other than "Oye Como Va" (which is given a fresh new arrangement) most of the pieces were newly-written. Overall this Afro-Cuban flavored effort serves as a strong change of pace for Mintzer's orchestra.
© Scott Yanow /TiVo

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1
Oye Coma Va
00:04:50

Tito Puente, Composer - Bob Mintzer Big Band, MainArtist

1998 Digital Music Products, Inc. 1998 Digital Music Products, Inc.

2
El Caborojeno
00:06:04

BOB MINTZER, Composer - Mintzer Music, MusicPublisher - Bob Mintzer Big Band, MainArtist

1998 Digital Music Products, Inc. 1998 Digital Music Products, Inc.

3
Acha
00:06:26

BOB MINTZER, Composer - Mintzer Music, MusicPublisher - Bob Mintzer Big Band, MainArtist

1998 Digital Music Products, Inc. 1998 Digital Music Products, Inc.

4
Ellis Island
00:06:15

BOB MINTZER, Composer - Mintzer Music, MusicPublisher - Bob Mintzer Big Band, MainArtist

1998 Digital Music Products, Inc. 1998 Digital Music Products, Inc.

5
Carla
00:06:02

BOB MINTZER, Composer - Mintzer Music, MusicPublisher - Bob Mintzer Big Band, MainArtist

1998 Digital Music Products, Inc. 1998 Digital Music Products, Inc.

6
New Rochelle
00:07:35

BOB MINTZER, Composer - Mintzer Music, MusicPublisher - Bob Mintzer Big Band, MainArtist

1998 Digital Music Products, Inc. 1998 Digital Music Products, Inc.

7
Chant
00:05:52

BOB MINTZER, Composer - Mintzer Music, MusicPublisher - Bob Mintzer Big Band, MainArtist

1998 Digital Music Products, Inc. 1998 Digital Music Products, Inc.

8
San Juan Shuffle
00:06:36

BOB MINTZER, Composer - Mintzer Music, MusicPublisher - Bob Mintzer Big Band, MainArtist

1998 Digital Music Products, Inc. 1998 Digital Music Products, Inc.

9
New Mambo
00:05:50

BOB MINTZER, Composer - Mintzer Music, MusicPublisher - Bob Mintzer Big Band, MainArtist

1998 Digital Music Products, Inc. 1998 Digital Music Products, Inc.

10
Mambone
00:04:39

BOB MINTZER, Composer - Mintzer Music, MusicPublisher - Bob Mintzer Big Band, MainArtist

1998 Digital Music Products, Inc. 1998 Digital Music Products, Inc.

Album Description

For this recording by Bob Mintzer's big band, the tenor saxophonist and his 17-piece ensemble perform ten numbers with an Afro-Cuban beat provided by percussionist Louis Bauzo. Although Mintzer's group does not really have its own distinctive musical personality, it is full of talented players. Best-known among the sidemen are tenor saxophonist Bob Malach, altoist Pete Yellin, trumpeter Mike Mossman, trombonist Dave Taylor and pianist Phil Markowitz. Mintzer and Markowitz have the best spots and although Mossman unfortunately does not get any solos, many of the lesser-known horn players are heard from. Other than "Oye Como Va" (which is given a fresh new arrangement) most of the pieces were newly-written. Overall this Afro-Cuban flavored effort serves as a strong change of pace for Mintzer's orchestra.
© Scott Yanow /TiVo

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