The Latin Side of Jazz – March 18, 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. Chano Dominguez, Hamilton de Holanda, Rubem Dantas, Michael League / Para Chick / Chabem / Spain, Brasil, USA
  2. Amilton Godoy, Edu Ribeiro, Sidiel Vieira / Frevo Rasgado / Amilton Godoy 80 Anos / Brasil
  3. Leonardo Prieto / De a Montón / Sembrando / México, Netherlands
  4. Santiago Cañada / Tromboniselando / Tromboniselando / Spain
  5. Anibal Seminario / Festejo y Vacilón / Cuadra 11 / Peru, USA
  6. Reinier Elizarde ft Luis Guerra & Ariel Bringuez / El Conguero / Condao / Cuba, Spain
  7. Trívia, Diego Garbin / Sabor / Single Track / Brasil
  8. Gustavo “Caluga” Escobar ft Maite Hontelé / Gracias a la Vida / Single Track / Chile, Colombia, Netherlands
  9. Iván Melon Lewis / Danzana / Tumbao en Madrid / Cuba, Spain
  10. Rita Payés ft Elisabeth Roma / Jorge do Fusa / Como la Piel / Spain
  11. David Finck ft Andy Snitzer, Michael Davis, Quinn Johnson / Dearly Beloved / Bassic Instinct / USA
  12. Alba Santos ft Aniel Someillan, Isaias Alves, Anurag Naidu (Leprofici) / Afrofrenia / Single Track / Spain
  13. Mano a Mano Trio / Cobra Criada / Mano a Mano Trio Toca Joáo Bosco / Brasil
The Latin Side of Jazz: March 18, 2022

Featured photo: Album cover – Santiago Cañada – Tromboniselando

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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