A. Jam Session (Descarga Caliente). B2. Listen To The Rhythm Of The Cha Cha Cha. 7:10. US 1st Repress/Reissue of the original 1960 US 1st release of: Julio Gutierrez - Cuban Jam Session - Volume . eleased WITH ONLY Microgroove branding on the labels. Matrix, Runout (A: Stamped): LP 3005-A. Matrix, Runout (A: Hand etched): 2-10-60 11. Matrix, Runout (B: Stamped): LP 3005-B. Matrix, Runout (B: Hand etched): 2-10-60 11.
Just about everybody who was anybody took part one way or another, during a marathon studio session. Its success led to a similar venture by Cachao, Cuba's most influential bassist. Alas the original LPs had better documentation, but musically these were milestones, shaking loose Cuban and New York Latin-heads alike without loss of roots.
Exclusive discount for Prime members. Sample this album Artist - Artist (Sample). Any self-respecting afro-cuban collection needs this album. A pioneering recording from the fifties.
Julio Gutiérrez (January 12, 1918 – December 15, 1990) was a Cuban music director, pianist, composer and arranger. He was one of the main figures in the music scene of Havana in the 1940s and 1950s, and a pioneer of the descarga (Cuban jam session). As a songwriter, he is remembered for his 1944 bolero "Inolvidable", which has been performed by numerous artists.
Jam Session (Descarga Caliente) Julio Gutiérrez. 2. Rumba Theme Julio Gutiérrez. Featuring an all-star line-up including Julio Gutiérrez, Niño Rivera, José Fajardo, and Cachao. Together, these albums encapsulate a stylistic and historic panorama of Cuban music, from big band son montuno to Afro-Cuban rumba, mambo, cha-cha-cha and country acoustic guajira music, at the same time that they attest to Cuba’s long relationship with popular American music and jazz. 192 kHz, 24-bit, 96 kHz, 24-bit PCM – Craft Recordings Studio Masters.
Israel Lopez "Cachao", Julio Gutierrez, various, Celia Cruz, Coro Yoruba, Bebo Valdes, Nat King Cole and more. We begin the story of the Panart studio with the first Cuban jam sessions on record. This was Havana 3 . rum-soaked, euphoric improvisation by musicians moonlighting after their jobs at Havana’s clubs and casinos, including Cachao, Tata Guines and Richard Egues. Celia Cruz recorded the most true expression of her Afro roots on tracks for the album Santero, which first brought Afro-Cuban religious music into the studio. A young Bebo Valdes and his orchestra play the classic Siboney with characteristic elegance
The five volumes of the ‘Cuban Jam Session’ albums were recorded over a span of almost a decade, from 1956–1964. Published on. September 14, 2018. Craft Recordings is set to release The Complete Cuban Jam Sessions as 5LP and 5CD box sets on 9 November. Compiled here in their entirety and original format for the first time, the five volumes of Panart’s Cuban Jam Session albums were recorded over a span of almost a decade, from 1956–1964. Together these albums encapsulate a stylistic and historic panorama of Cuban music, from big band son montuno to Afro-Cuban rumba, mambo, cha-cha-chá and country acoustic guajira music. At the same time, they attest to Cuba’s long relationship with popular American music and jazz.
Disc 2: 1. Julio Gutiérrez - Jam Session (Descarga Caliente) 2. Julio Gutiérrez - Rumba Theme 3. Julio Gutiérrez - Listen To The Rhythm Of The ChaChaCha 4. Julio Gutiérrez - Bata Rhythm. November 2018, 19:26. Julio Gutierrez, The Complete Cuban Jam Sessions. Used drive : HL-DT-STBD-RE WH16NS40 Adapter: 1 ID: 1. Read mode : Secure Utilize accurate stream : Yes Defeat audio cache : Yes Make use of C2 pointers : No. Read offset correction : 6 Overread into Lead-In and Lead-Out : No Fill up missing offset samples with silence : Yes Delete leading and trailing silent blocks : No Null samples used in CRC calculations : Yes Used interface : Native Win32 interface for Win NT & 2000 Gap handling : Appended to previous track.
|A||Jam Session (Descarga Caliente)||17:00|
|B2||Listen To The Rhythm Of The Cha Cha Cha||7:10|
- Record Company – Panart Recording Corp.
- Recorded At – Panart Studios
- Made By – Panart Recording Corp.
- Engineered At – Bell Sound Studios
- Bass – Salvador Vivar
- Bongos – Oscar Valdes*
- Drums – Walfredo De Los Reyes, Jr.*
- Engineer – Edwin Fernandez De Castro, Fernando Blanco
- Flute – Juan Pablo Miranda
- Orchestra – Julio Gutierrez Y Su Orquesta
- Percussion [Tumbadora] – Marcelino Valdes
- Piano – Julio Gutierrez, Pedro "Perruchin" Justiz*
- Saxophone [Alto] – Edilberto Scrich
- Saxophone [Baritone] – Osvaldo "Mosquifin" Urrutia*
- Saxophone [Tenor] – Emilio Penalver, Jose "Chombo" Silva
- Timbales – Jesus "Chuchu" Ezquijarrosa
- Trumpet – Alejandro "El Negro" Vivar
Notes1960 US 1st High Fidelity Microgroove branded release with charcoal black labels and a vinyl weight off approx. 180 grams.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (Side A, stamped, calendar date, slashes, 1A etched): LP 3005-A 2-10-60 II 1A
- Matrix / Runout (Side B, stamped, calendar date, slashes, 1A etched): LP 3005-B 2-10-60 II 1A
|LP-3055||Julio Gutierrez||Cuban Jam Session Vol. 2 (LP, Album, Mono, Hig)||Panart||LP-3055||Cuba||1957|
|102-28042||Julio Gutierrez||Cuban Jam Session Vol.2 (LP, Album, RE)||Panart||102-28042||Venezuela||1987|
|LP-3055||Julio Gutierrez||Cuban Jam Session Vol.2 (LP, Album)||Panart||LP-3055||Venezuela||1961|
|LP 3055||Julio Gutierrez||Cuban Jam Session Volume 2 (LP, Album, Mono, RE, RP)||Panart||LP 3055||US||Unknown|
|LP-3055||Julio Gutierrez||Cuban Jam Session Vol. 2 (LP, Album)||Panart||LP-3055||Cuba||Unknown|