Paquito - Celebration download album
Paquito D’Rivera, Grammy Award–winning Cuban musician and composer, and Berta Rojas, guitarist extraordinaire from Paraguay, perform music from their recent release Dia y Medio.
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By: Paquito D'Rivera (1988, Jazz). More albums from Paquito D'Rivera: Let Me Know Something by Paquito D'Rivera. Portraits Of Cuba by Paquito D'Rivera. Hay Solución by Paquito D'Rivera. Brazilian Dreams by Paquito D'Rivera. Why Not! by Paquito D'Rivera. Live At Keystone Korner by Paquito D'Rivera. Tropicana Nights by Paquito D'Rivera. Tico! Tico! by Paquito D'Rivera. View all albums . Celebration. By: Paquito D'Rivera (1988, Jazz).
Columbia unfortunately put a damper on the celebration by dropping Paquito after this album was released, despite the fact that it is clearly one of the ex-Cuban musician's finest projects.
Celebration Album Cover Art. Paquito D’Rivera. The Magic City (Miami).
The "celebration" in question refers to Paquito becoming a . citizen seven years after defecting from Cuba – and without question, he lives it up here by lavishing string arrangements on the majority of the tracks. Again, Paquito chooses to roam freely around the Latin and jazz spectrums, yet there is an appealing, newfound elegance in these tracks, even when the going gets raucous. Columbia unfortunately put a damper on the celebration by dropping Paquito after this album was released, despite the fact that it is clearly one of the ex-Cuban musician's finest projects. Richard S. Ginell, All Music Guide.
Celebration is a latin jazz music album recording by PAQUITO D'RIVERA released in 1988 on CD, LP/Vinyl and/or cassette. PAQUITO D'RIVERA - Celebration. Filed under Latin Jazz By PAQUITO D'RIVERA.
Celebration is the self-titled second album release by the Mike Love fronted band Celebration. The album was released in February 1979 and mainly features song writing from Mike Love and Ron Altbach. The album also contains a Brian Wilson co-write called "How’s About A Little Bit". Starbaby" and "Gettin' Hungry" were released as the lead singles for album. The album was only released on LP and is currently out of print.
|A2||The Magic City (Miami)||4:55|
|A3||We (To Kristen And Me)||5:32|
|A4||Heart Of The Kingdom||7:42|
|B1||How Many In Your Party, Please?||5:13|
|B3||"Chick" (For Chick Corea)||7:11|
- Acoustic Guitar, Electric Guitar – Farreed Haque*
- Bass – Lincoln Goines, Sergio Brandao
- Drums – Joel Rosenblatt
- Keyboards – Daniel Freiberg
- Percussion – Giovanni Hildago "Manenguito"*, Johnny Rodriguez
- Piano – Makoto Ozone
- Piano, Electric Piano – Roger Kellaway
- Producer – Helen Keane, Ron Saint Germain*
- Saxophone [Alto], Clarinet, Producer – Paquito D'Rivera
- Trumpet, Flugelhorn – Claudio Roditi
NotesCBS Inc./Printed in Holland
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 5 099746 078119
- Label Code: LC 0149
- Rights Society: BIEM / STEMRA
- Matrix / Runout: Side A: 01 460781 1A1 / Side B: 01 460781 1B1
|FC 44077, C 44077||Paquito*||Celebration (LP, Album)||Columbia, Columbia||FC 44077, C 44077||US||1988|
|CK44077||Paquito*||Celebration (CD, Album)||Columbia||CK44077||US||1988|
|JZ-20.055||Paquito D'Rivera||Celebration (LP, Album)||CBS||JZ-20.055||Venezuela||1988|
|177048||Paquito*||Celebration (LP, Album)||Discos CBS||177048||Brazil||1988|
|FC 44077||Paquito*||Celebration (LP, Album)||Columbia||FC 44077||Canada||1988|