Tito Duarte

Tito Duarte

Real Name:
Ernesto Duarte Hernández
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Tito Duarte (La Habana, Cuba, 1946 – Córdoba, Spain, 2003) was son of composer and conductor Ernesto Duarte Brito, who played with stars as Beny More or Celia Cruz, apart from working on RCA records. The family exiled from Cuba after Castro's revolution, going to Spain.

Tito Duarte played percussion, saxes, flutes, keyboards and bass guitar, apart from being a very good arranger as he showed on Barrabas, band founded by Fernando Arbex in 1971. Later he played with jazz musicians, backing Carles Benavent, Josep Mas "Kitflus", Jorge Pardo, Max Sunyer, Vlady Bas. He also played as session man: Aguaviva, Guadalquivir, Joan Manuel Serrat, Alameda, Radio Futura,…

He recorded some solo albums: "Tito Duarte" (1979), a dance jazz album, or "Un directo... al sabor (1981), a more commercial release.
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Tito Duarte Discography

Albums

Tito Duarte I Am The Boss (Album) RCA Victor Colombia 1979 Sell This Version
PL-35362 Tito Duarte Un Directo...Al Sabor(LP, Album) Rca PL-35362 Spain 1981 Sell This Version

Singles & EPs

Tito Duarte Wild Party / Kiss Me Now Baby (Single) RCA Spain 1980 Sell This Version
PB-7759 Tito Duarte Merengues - Guajiras(7", Single) RCA Victor PB-7759 Spain 1981 Sell This Version

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