Ray Barretto And His Charanga Orchestra - Pachanga With Baretto album download
|Barretto En La Tumbadora||3:04|
|Pachanga Para Bailar||2:55|
|RLP 97506||Ray Barretto And His Charanga Orchestra*||Pachanga With Baretto (LP)||Riverside Records||RLP 97506||US||Unknown|
|3531||Ray Barretto Charanga Band||Barretto Para Bailar (LP, Album)||Discos Melser||3531||Colombia||1961|
|RLP 93531||Ray Barretto Charanga Band||Barretto Para Bailar (LP, Album)||Riverside Records||RLP 93531||US||1961|
|XK 8007||Ray Barretto And His Orchestra*, Ray Barretto Charanga Orchestra*||Ray Barretto And His Orchestra*, Ray Barretto Charanga Orchestra* - Pachanga In Percussion (LP, Album, Gat)||Fortissimo||XK 8007||US||1961|
|RLP 7506||Ray Barretto And His Charanga Orchestra*||Pachanga With Baretto (LP, Album, Mono)||Riverside Records||RLP 7506||US||1961|
|MCA-59 S||Ray Barretto||Tropical Vol. 2 (Cass, Album)||Fantasy, Marfer||MCA-59 S||Spain||1974|
|M.40-073S||Ray Barretto||Tropical Vol. 2 (LP, Album)||Fantasy||M.40-073S||Spain||1974|
|MM 818||Ray Barretto*||Barretto Para Bailar (CD, RE, RM)||Malanga Music||MM 818||Europe||2012|
|OUT5012LP||Ray Barretto Charanga Band||Pachanga With Baretto (LP, RE)||So Far Out||OUT5012LP||Italy||2013|
|771908||Ray Barretto Charanga Band||Barretto Para Bailar (LP, Album, Ltd, RE, RM, 180)||WaxTime||771908||Europe||2014|
|3531, RM 3531||Ray Barretto Charanga Band||Barretto Para Bailar (LP, Album, Mono, RP, Hig)||Riverside Records, Riverside Records||3531, RM 3531||US||Unknown|
|RS 93531||Ray Barretto Charanga Band||Barretto Para Bailar (LP, Album, RE)||Riverside Records||RS 93531||US||Unknown|
Complete your Ray Barretto And His Charanga Orchestra collection. Ray Barretto And His Charanga Orchestra – Pachanga With Baretto. Ray Barretto Charanga Band. Barretto Para Bailar (LP, Album).
Ray Barretto (April 29, 1929 – February 17, 2006) was a Puerto Rican conga drummer and bandleader born in New York. Throughout his career as a percussionist, he played a wide variety of Latin music styles, as well as Latin jazz. His first hit, "El Watusi", was recorded by his Charanga Moderna in 1962, becoming the most successful pachanga song in the United States. In the late 1960s, Barretto became one of the leading exponents of boogaloo and what would later be known as salsa
A2. Barretto En La Tumbadora. Moussa Ngom had paid his dues singing at traditional circumcision ceremonies and his rough, expressive vocals bring a level of melancholy and intensity to the album. It’s a melancholy and intensity that can only come from years of watching young boys take this painful journey to Gambian manhood, a journey, in a way, that Guelewar Band Of Banjul made on Warteef Jigeen. The orchestra, the big band, whoever accompanies Kyu Sakamoto dresses all the compositions sung with passion and a pliable voice into a garment of absolute elegance. This album definitely gets you to feel great and joyful and fluffy.
Ray Barretto's Carnaval combines two 1962 sessions, Pachanga with Barretto (his Milestone label debut as a leader) and Latino!. Both sets feature Barretto's first band, Charanga Moderna, with trumpeter El Negro Vivar and tenor saxophonist Jose Chombo Silva added to the front line for the latter LP. The first album is very much Latin jazz of its time, with all ten tracks designed for dancing the briefly popular pachanga, a dance that was simply too manic and difficult to catch on widely
The Red Garland Trio, Ray Barretto. The Red Garland Trio, Ray Barretto. What's New. Ray Barretto. Red Garland Greatest Hits. Héctor Lavoe, Ray Barretto & Orchestra Harlow. On Feel Trips - Summer in Mind. Latin Jazz with Ray Barretto. Tito Puente, Ray Barretto, Tito Rodríguez, Mon Rivera, Santos Colón, José Curbelo And His Orchestra.
Charanga is the group and pachanga is the dance, and few had a band more adept at playing the rhythms for the dance than Ray Barretto. Featuring all original compositions from the incredible Hector Rivera, Barretto’s debut recording as a leader, Barretto Para Bailar was originally released in 1961 on the Riverside label. Though of Puerto Rican descent, and hailing from Spanish Harlem, Barretto is a master of this Cuban style and his full fledged force of nature percussion style is on display here
Ray Barretto (April 29, 1929 – February 17, 2006) was a Grammy Award-winning Latin/Latin jazz musician of Puerto Rican ancestry.
RAY BARRETTO: Pachanga With Barretto LP (corner bend) Latin. Ray Barretto was with Fania Records now in 1967 when this was recorded and Latin Jazz and Salsa would quickly become his main stays. One other note there are no over dubs in.