Cal Tjader Feat. George Duke – Amazonas

Sunday Jazz Continues…checking out some Latin Jazz from Cal Tjader Feat. George Duke with a track called Amazonas….Check out the players and the track…

Cal Tjader / Soul Sauce (live)

Digital Crate Digging Continues….in a Sunday Jazz mood..checking out Cal Tjader with a cut called Soul Sauce (live).  This is from his Live At The Funky Quarters

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Gato Barbieri ‎– Merceditas

Digital Cate Digging Continues…still on that Sunday Jazz / Latin Jazz vibe. Checking out this classic material from Gato Barbieri ‎–  with a track called  Merceditas …from his album called  Bolivia

Check out the great players and this fine track…

Al Di Meola / Chasin`The Voodoo

Sunday Jazz Continues…still on that   Jazz-Rock, Latin Jazz!!!

This time were checking out Al Di Meola  with  Chasin`The Voodoo !!

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Carlos Santana & Gato Barbieri “Europa” (live, 1977)

Sunday Jazz Continues…checking out this rare footage of   Carlos Santana & Gato Barbieri “Europa” performed live in 1977.  Latin jazz / rock at its finest!! check it out!!

Ocote Soul Sounds – Divinorum (Quantic Remix)

Sunday Jazz Continues….checking out some jazz /latin funk / breakbeats from Ocote Soul Sounds with their song Divinorum…remixed by Quantic.

Ocote Soul Sounds is guitarist Adrian Quesada and on percussion/ Flute – Martín Perna* and  Guitar, Keyboards remixed by – Quantic  

Check them out!!!

Chico Hamilton – Mysterious Maiden (Yin & Yang Club)

Digital Crate Digging Continues…checking out this SoulFeast (Brian Michel Bacchus & Joaquin “Joe” Claussell)  remix of Chico Hamilton‘s Mysterious Maiden…check out the players and the track…

Bass – Serge Brandao Bongos [Solo] – Daniel Moreno Cello – Choi Fairbanks Drums – Chico Hamilton Flute [Solo] – Karen Josephson Guitar – Matt Smith (8) Keyboards – Bennett Paster* Percussion – Jose ‘Cochise’ Claussell* Percussion [Miscellaneous], Programmed By – Joe ‘Joaquin’ Claussell* Violin – Christian Howe

Tito Puente – Oye Como Va

Sunday Jazz Continues…checking out some Latin jazz with Tito Puente and Oye Como Va…a song written by Tito Puente in 1963 and popularized by Santana’s rendition of the song in 1970.also from Grand Theft Auto Vice City Stories….check it out..

Random Thoughts From A Brotha: Tito Puente – Oye Como Va.