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Mananita Pampera (reissue)
Cat: JAZZR 002. Rel: 05 Sep 19
Jazz
  1. Mananita Pampera (1:26)
  2. El Beto (7:56)
  3. Have You Met Miss? (9:17)
  4. El Beto II (0:41)
  5. Tunita (8:36)
  6. Carmen Pequena (4:09)
  7. Al Bebbe Guia (9:02)
Review: Jazz Room Records is the work of legendary London jazz-dance DJ Paul Murphy, so it's perhaps unsurprising that the label's first outing is an essential reissue of one of his personal favourites: Hugo Heredia's spiritually-minded 1976 Latin-Jazz fusion masterpiece, "Mananita Pampera". Although it begins with a dense and psychedelic collage of Heredia's breathy flute playing, the album's genius lies in its' combination of heavy Latin percussion, skittish jazz drums and the bright and breezy instrumentation atop (piano, double bass and Heredia on sax). Of course, there are a few slower, laidback cuts to be found dotted across the album, but for the most part it's a sweaty, excitable dancefloor excursion that's been a staple of Murphy's sets since the 1980s.
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 in stock $20.88
El Maja (reissue)
El Maja (reissue) (LP reeditado) (1 per customer)
Cat: JAZZR 004. Rel: 03 Sep 20
Jazz
  1. El Maja (3:16)
  2. Santa De La Luna (3:19)
  3. Hot Chili Sauce (3:01)
  4. Oya (3:03)
  5. Gina (3:26)
  6. Atlas (7:00)
  7. Batucada Da Vida (4:27)
  8. The Wailer (3:18)
  9. Warm Loving Eyes (3:37)
  10. Chant Afrique (3:37)
  11. El Lobo (2:55)
  12. Carica Papaya (2:41)
Review: Percussionist Robin Jones was one of the earliest - and eventually longest-serving - exponents of Latin jazz in the UK. While he guested on hundreds of records and was still playing a couple of years before his death at 84 last year, Jones only ever released a handful of albums under his own name. Arguably the best - and certainly most popular amongst Britain's legion of jazz-dancers - was 1972's "El Maja", credited to the Robin Jones Sextet. A scintillating fusion of Afro-Cuban and Afro-Brazillian rhythms laden with sprightly woodwind and brass sounds, jaunty piano, jazz-funk Rhodes sounds and notable nods towards rhythm and blues, the hard-to-find album has now been reissued by legendary London jazz DJ Paul Murphy's Jazz Room Records imprint. It should be an essential purchase for anyone who loves Latin jazz.
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