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The Latin Side of Jazz · Episode 21

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Gonzalo Rubalcaba & Aymee Nuviola - Live in Marciac

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

Featured photo: Gonzalo Rubalcaba & Aymée Nuviola – Live in Marciac

  • Track 1: “Bemba Colorá” – Gonzalo Rubalcaba, Aymée Nuviola – From the album Live in Marciac (2022)
  • Track 2: “Karmavaleando” – Pablo Ablanedo Octet – From the album Chistreza (2020)
  • Track 3: “I Could Have Danced All Night” – Ermelinda Cuellar – From the album What a Difference a Day Made (2022)
  • Track 4: “Encantado” – Humberto Ramírez – From the album Think Ahead (2022)
  • Track 5: “Deseo” – Lauren Henderson – From the album La Bruja (2022)
  • Track 6: “Taínos y Caribes” – Miguel Zenón – From the album Música De Las Americas (2022)
  • Track 7: “Écoute Moi Petit” – Emiliano González Toro, Thomas Enhco – From the album Violeta y el Jazz (2022)
  • Track 8: “Todo Mundo” – Joyce Moreno – From the album Brasileiras Canções (2022)
  • Track 9: “Latina” – Hugo Fernández – From the album Ozean (2022)
  • Track 10: “Brasilified” – Cliff Korman – From the album Brasilified (2022)
  • Track 11: “Hoy Tengo Habana” – Joel Hierrezuelo – From the album Así de Simple (2020)
  • Track 12: “Danzón Para Papá” – Magela Herrera – From the album Explicaciones (2019)
  • Track 13: “Milonga Infausta” – Pedro Giraudo – From the album Impulso Tanguero (2021)
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The Latin Side of Jazz · Episode 26

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Jane Bunnett
Saxophonist, flautist and bandleader Jane Bunnett - Photo by Lauren Deutsch

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

  • Track 1: Human RaceJane Bunnett and Maqueque – From the album Playing With Fire (2023)
  • Track 2: Merengue HaitianoVistel Brothers – From the album Fiesta en el Batey (2022)
  • Track 3: Coisa no 1Letieres Leite & Orkestra Rumpilezz – From the album Moacir de Todos os Santos (2022)
  • Track 4: Quirino con su Tres – Caramelo TumbandoJavier Gutiérrez [Caramelo de Cuba], Ariel Brínguez, Javier Colina, Michael Olivera – From the EP With Soul and Tumbao (2022)
  • Track 5: Guataca CityManolo Navarro – From the album My Favorite Standards (2022)
  • Track 6: TientacionesJorge Pardo – From the album Trance Sketches (2022)
  • Track 7: Flamingo CubanoJulian Gutierrez’s Project – From the album Goldstream (2022)
  • Track 8: FrevoDavid Helbock, Camille Bertault – From the album Playground (2022)
  • Track 9: Dolphin DanceLeonardo Garcia – From the album On the Cloud (2022)
  • Track 10: Crónica ExistencialNene VasquezSingle Track (2022)
  • Track 11: MayoDaniel Ferruz – From the album Miradas (2022)
  • Track 12: TendenciaJesús Pupo – From the album Oro (2022)
  • Track 13: Armando’s RhumbaSteve Gadd & Mika Stoltzman feat. John Patitucci – From the album Spirit of Chick Corea (2022)
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