Latin Jazz Selection

Here is a selection of the latin jazz favorites of SomehowJazz. You’ll find here albums, tunes, and live videos from the genre. Just click on the titles for more information and please leave your comments.

OTHER CATEGORIES

Tito Puente “On Broadway”

On Broadway by Tito Puente from the album "ON BROADWAY" released in 1982 by Concord Jazz Picante label...   MUSICIANS / PERSONNEL: Jorge Dalto – Acoustic & Electric Piano | Edgardo Miranda - Guitar, Cuatro | Bobby Rodriguez – Bass | Jerry Gonzales – Flugelhorn,...

Hilton Ruiz “Home Cookin’ “

Home Cookin' by Hilton Ruiz from the album "MANHATTAN MAMBO" released in 1992 by Telarc Jazz label...   MUSICIANS / PERSONNEL: Hilton Ruiz - Piano | Ignacio Berroa - Drums, Timbales | Giovanni Hidalgo - Congas, Cowbell, Bells | Joe Gonzalez - Bongos, Shekere | Steve...

David Matthews “Noches Calientes”

Noches Calientes by David Matthews, from the album "SUPER FUNKY SAX" released in 1984 by GNP Crescendo Records...   MUSICIANS / PERSONNEL: David Spinozza - Guitar | David Sanborn - Alto Sax | Michael Brecker - Tenor Sax | Ronnie Cuber - Baritone Sax | Neil Jason -...

Dave Valentin “Eclipse”

Eclipse by Dave Valentin, from the album “Kalahari” released in 1984 by GRP Records. Musicians / Personnel: Robert Ameen - Drums, Lincoln Goines - Bass, Dave Grusin - Producer, Bill O'Connell - Piano, Dave Valentin - Flute,     Dave Valentin "Eclipse" SomehowJazz...

Tito Puente “First Light”

First Light by Tito Puente from the album "ON BROADWAY" released in 1982 by Concord Jazz Picante label...   MUSICIANS / PERSONNEL: Jorge Dalto - Acoustic & Electric Piano | Bobby Rodriguez - Bass | Jerry Gonzalez - Flugelhorn, Congas | Mario Rivera - Tenor &...

BLOG CATEGORIES

As the name suggests, SomehowJazz offers to our listeners an assortment of most jazz genres. We also share our favorites in the blog categories shown below. Categories are Jazz Funk, Jazz Fusion, Soul Jazz, Contemporary Jazz, Jazz Rock, Smooth Jazz and Latin Jazz.

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