Poncho Sanchez - La Familia download album
La Familia (Album Version).
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Artists Poncho Sanchez La familia. La familia Poncho Sanchez. This album has an average beat per minute of 111 BPM (slowest/fastest tempos: 75/130 BPM). See its BPM profile at the bottom of the page. Tracklist La familia.
La Familia (LP, Album). Concord Jazz Picante. La Familia (CD, Album).
Poncho Sanchez - La Familia. Artist: Poncho Sanchez. Album: Ultimate Latin Dance Party, 2006. The title cut of this 1986 musical production, is a strong up-tempo sabroso mambo written by pianist Charlie Otwell. A gozar con mi mambo!
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La Familia (The Family) is the third studio album by Colombian singer J Balvin. The album was nominated for Best Urban Music Album and the single "6 AM" for Best Urban Performance and Best Urban Song at the 15th Latin Grammy Awards. All tracks written by Jose Alvaro Osorio "J" Balvin, except where noted. List of certified albums in Romania.
Cassette - Concord Picante. This is a typically exciting effort from Poncho Sanchez and his popular Latin jazz band. The three-horn, three-percussion octet (which includes trumpeter Sal Cracchiolo, trombonist Art Velasco, pianist Charlie Otwell and the leader on conga and lead vocals) is joined on two numbers by altoist Gary Foster, who was on the band's debut Concord release six years earlier. In addition to some group originals ( Otwell wrote the exciting "La Familia"), Sanchez performs numbers by Eddie Palmieri, Thelonious Monk ("Well You Needn't") and Johnny Mandel ("A Time for.
From the Album The Concord Jazz Heritage Series.
Poncho Sanchez (born October 30, 1951), a Mexican-American, is a conguero (conga player), Latin jazz band leader, and salsa singer. In 2000, Sanchez and his ensemble won the Grammy Award for Best Latin Jazz Album for their work on the Concord Picante album Latin Soul. Sanchez has performed with ar. ore . Year: 2002. Style:MLA Chicago APA. "Conga Caliente: La Familia/Fuerte Album. Missing lyrics by Poncho Sanchez? Know any other songs by Poncho Sanchez?
|3||Mambo Inn/On Green Dolphin Street||5:13|
|6||Well You Needn't||3:56|
|8||Mambo Pa 'T'||3:50|
|9||A Time For Love||6:59|
|10||Let A Woman Be A Woman, Let A Man Be A Man||4:00|
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Concord Picante
- Copyright (c) – Concord Picante
- Alto Saxophone, Tenor Saxophone, Flute, Alto Flute – Kenny Goldberg
- Bass, Vocals – Tony Banda
- Bongos, Percussion, Vocals, Congas – David Romero
- Congas, Percussion, Lead Vocals – Poncho Sanchez
- Guest, Alto Saxophone – Gary Foster (tracks: 3, 9)
- Piano – Charlie Otwell
- Timbales, Bata, Drums – Ramon Banda
- Trombone, Vocals – Arturo Velasco
- Trumpet, Flugelhorn – Sal Cracchiolo
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode (Scanned ): 0013431436928
|CJP-369||Poncho Sanchez||La Familia (LP)||Concord Jazz Picante||CJP-369||US||1989|
|CJP-369||Poncho Sanchez||La Familia (LP)||Concord Jazz Picante||CJP-369||Germany||1989|
|JUN-5040||Poncho Sanchez||La Familia (LP, Album)||Concord Jazz Picante||JUN-5040||Mexico||1989|
|CCD-4369||Poncho Sanchez||La Familia (CD, Album)||Concord Picante||CCD-4369||Europe||1989|