8 thoughts on “ Tito Puente - Puente In Percussion (CD, Album)

  • Fiesta Con Puente songs The album summons Carey's folk, roots, rock, blues and even Irish traditional influences in the course of the winding narrative told through its eleven songs. The album is Carey's first release since "The Bachelor of Arts" in , but is the debut on Erich Collins Carey's own independent label, Route Music & Records.
  • Dedicated to Superstar, Icon Tito Puente narrated by his Popular musician son Tito Puente Jr. A large number of personalities such as Hollywood actor Edward James Olmos, who release a historic Latin Percussion Tito Puente Silver Timbales Most items on Reverb are being shipped within 48 hours. Message this Seller if you have any questions.
  • Tito Puente Tico Tico (label) Latin (CD, LP) We realize that there are many different interpretations of the standard grades used for pre-owned vinyl record albums & CD, so we thought we'd offer you the ones that we are working with, so you have an idea what we mean when we .
  • Artist: Tito Puente Title: Top Percussion Year Of Release: Label: Trunk Records Genre: Latin Jazz, Afro-Cuban Quality: MP3 kbps / FLAC (tracks) 24bit/kHz Total Time: Total Size: MB / MB WebSite: Album Preview.
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  • Tito Puente: Puente In Percussion Tito Puente, Mongo Santamaria, Willie Bobo, Patato* - Puente In Percussion ‎ (CD, Album, RE, RM) Déclic Communication: France: Sell This Version: PLP Tito Puente: Tito Puente In Percussion /5(3).
  • Tito Jr. was born and raised in New York City, within the culture of his Puerto Rican background. He studied music and composition while still at college, and under the tutelage of Tito Puente Sr., learned everything his esteemed Father could teach him about Latin percussion.
  • Jan 07,  · This is definitely Tito Puente's best album, a monstruous descarga jam session with an all-star lineup. Everyone here would become a legend. Tito, Mongo, Patato, Bobo and Big Daddy. Four young percussionists that would conquer the world of Latin music, changing it forever, and an experienced bassist, second only to the great Cachao/5(1).

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