The Latin Side of Jazz – April 15, 2022

The Latin Side of Jazz is a curated weekly playlist that showcases selected tracks from the best Latin jazz, Cuban, Brasilian, Ibero-American and Afro-Latin jazz music being released. We include well-known, established artists and new artists who are getting attention and global recognition.

Artist / Track / Album / Country

  1. Projeto Tânia Maria (Lael Medina, Anette Camargo, Danilo Moura, Libero Dietrich) / Lemon Cuíca / Parabéns, Tánia! / Brasil
  2. Esperanza Fernández, Gonzalo Rubalcaba / Yiri Yiri Bon / Oh Vida! / Spain, Cuba
  3. Junior Santos / Tambora Blues / Conpambiche / Dominican Republic, Canada
  4. Syncopa Uno / Opening 2 (Extended Version) / Back to Work / France
  5. Luis Perico Ortiz, Yturvides / Yturvides & Perico / Sigo Entre Amigos / Puerto Rico, Venezuela, USA
  6. Jose Armando Gola / Timbeando Milestones / Gola Akoustic / Cuba, USA
  7. Andrea Motis / Mediterráneo / Do Outro Lado Do Azul / Spain
  8. Tino Contreras / Malinche / La Noche de los Dioses / México
  9. Ángel Meléndez, Hermán Olivera / Xiomara / Ángel Meléndez X Big Band Máquina / Puerto Rico, USA
  10. Chick Corea, The Spanish Heart Band / Armando’s Rhumba / Antidote / USA
  11. Quarteto do Rio, João Bosco / Linha de Passe / Single Track / Brasil
  12. Edward Simon, Art Lande / La Gloria Eres Tú / Daisy / Venezuela, USA
  13. Cabanijazz Project / Flechas con Fuego / Hellasonic / USA
Curated Playlist: The Latin Side of Jazz – April 15, 2022

Featured image: Cover of the album Parabéns, Tânia! by Brasilian group Projeto Tânia Maria

Danilo Navas
Danilo Navas
Founder, Editor, Webmaster: Latin Jazz Network, World Music Report, Toronto Music Report. A passionate and committed communicator with a sensibility for the arts based in Toronto, Canada.

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