LATIN GRAMMY AWARD WINNING ALBUM!
Awarded "Best Latin Jazz Album" Grammy at 1st Annual Latin Grammy Awards (2000)
Cuban dance music is back! Leading an all-star Latin big band, Paquito D'Rivera unleashes the beloved music of his homeland on this Latin Grammy winning album. Following in the tradition of Havana's immortal jazz orchestras, D'Rivera infuses his own stylings with mambo, son, danz¢n and bolero to create an essential musical document. In keeping with the club's festive spirit, the album opens with the exuberant "Mambo a la Kenton." If that doesn't get you dancing, the irresistable rhythms of tracks like "Chucho" and "Old Miami Sax" will. And when your feet need a brief rest, timeless ballads like "Como Fue" caress your heart.
- Mambo a la Kenton
- Cicuta Tibia
- Old Miami Sax
- Tropicana Nights
- Como Fue
- El Coronel y Marina
- Mambo Inn
- A Mi Que/El Manisero (The Peanut Vendor)