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Rique Pantoja: Live in Los Angeles

The West Coast of the United States has had a rather long – and celebrated – association...

Günther Brück: Entre Amigos

To call this album Entre Amigos by Günther Brück magnificent and brilliant – or using another superlative...

Carlos Cippelletti: Hybrid/C

Carlos Cippelletti celebrates the Cuban part of his gloriously evocative, mixed heritage with great expressive freedom in...

Jules Hay: Where Next?

Where Next? The title of this disc seems to ask an existential question that many musicians might...

Junior Santos: Conpambiche

Who thought that the wild, lively sound of Dominican merengue could be woven into a subtle and...

Nueva Manteca: Art

The spirit of Art Blakey roars in this music as it soars into the heavens. Art is...

Luis Mario Ochoa: Forever Lecuona

This recording - Forever Lecuona - is a glorious tribute to the great 19th century Cuban...

James Sanders & Conjunto: Evidencia

The heart gives a little leap when the first strains of the violin of James Sanders announce...

Kalí Rodríguez-Peña: Mélange

What can you say about the album Mélange by Kalí Rodríguez-Peña? So many things, really… For one:...

Dominican Jazz Project: Desde Lejos

The best way to listen to Desde Lejos by the Dominican Jazz Project is by cranking up...

Alexey León: Influenciado

The reeds and woodwinds artist Alexey León is easily one of the most refreshing voices in Afro-Cuban...

Pablo Ziegler: The Pianist That Caresses Our Listening

"Tango is a musical style that must constantly evolve and not be some ridiculous folklore to lure...

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