Cachao Y Su Combo ‎– Descargas Cubanas

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Panart ‎– LD 2092
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Tracklist

A1 Descarga Cubana
A2 Goza Mi Trompeta
A3 Cogele El Golpe
A4 Trombon Criollo
A5 Malanga Amarilla
A6 Pamparana
B1 Oye Mi Tres Montuno
B2 Controversia De Metales
B3 A Gozar Timbero
B4 Sorpresa De Flauta
B5 Estudio En Trompeta
B6 Guajeo De Saxos

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Notes

Cuban issue. Original pre-revolution press has blue/grey labels.
Several other '60s Cuban pressings with white, red and blue labels, all 'Nationalized'.
All have same front cover pic, different pose from US cover. Released in the US as 'Jam Session in Miniature' on Panart.

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
2092 Cachao Y Su Ritmo Caliente Cuban Jam Sessions In Miniature " Descargas "(LP, Album, RE, Sky) Panart 2092 US Unknown Sell This Version
102-28037 Cachao Y Su Ritmo Caliente Cuban Jam Sessions In Miniature "Descargas"(LP, Album, RE) Panart 102-28037 Venezuela 1986 Sell This Version
VAMPI 039, VAMPI LP 039 Cachao Y Su Ritmo Caliente Cuban Jam Sessions In Miniature "Descargas" Vol.1(LP, Album, RE) Vampi Soul, Vampi Soul VAMPI 039, VAMPI LP 039 Spain 2004 Sell This Version
LP-2092 Cachao Y Su Ritmo Caliente Cuban Jam Sessions In Miniature "Descargas"(LP, Album, RE, Bla) Panart LP-2092 US Unknown Sell This Version
CDS 8880, CDS 8880 - MD 834 Cachao Y Su Ritmo Caliente Original Egrem Studio Session(CD, Album) Next Music, Sono CDS 8880, CDS 8880 - MD 834 France 2001 Sell This Version

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MamboMadness

MamboMadness

January 19, 2017
edited 11 months ago
Buyer Beware: The 1st USA Original has 2- 27-61 etched with the dead wax from Panart Recording Corp , NYC, and was released in both a Blue and a Black label. This jacket DOES NOT HAVE, nor had any relationship with that Ramsa Distributors, Inc in Hialeah, Florida information on this release. Those subsequent Reissues with the Panart Records label with that Ramsa Distributors, Inc were released in 1973, and has the date of: MR 12-26-72 etched within the dead wax.
FYI: Straight from From Wikipedia:
"Cuban Jam Sessions in Miniature is the debut album by Cuban double bassist Cachao, released in 1957 by Panart. The album is composed of descargas, improvised jam sessions with Cuban themes. It was the fourth installment in Panart's Cuban Jam Session series after Julio Gutiérrez's Cuban Jam Session Vol. 1 and Vol. 2, and Niño Rivera's Vol. 3. Unlike the other installments, Cachao's session comprised short improvisations instead of extended jams. The album sold over a million copies and became "a Latin music milestone." In 2013, it was induced into the Latin Grammy Hall of Fame and the National Recording Registry."
MamboMadness

MamboMadness

May 26, 2015
This was a "LIVE" Recording done at the old Tropicana club. These were some of the greatest outstanding musicians of all time and all in one place:
Israel "Cachao" Lopez Leader
Julio Guiterrez Piano
Pedro "Peruchin" Justiz Piano
Alex Vivar Trompeta
Oscar Valdes Bongo
Sol Vivar Bajo
Marcelino Valdes Tumbadora
E. Penalver Sax tenor
Guillermo Barreto Bateria
Tata Guines Tumbadora
Rogelio Iglesias Bongo
Gustavo Tamayo Guiro
Generoso "Tayo" Gimenez Trombon
Virgilio Lisano Sax
Nino Rivera Tres
Richard Egues Flauta.