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アルセニオ、カチャーオなどなど妖怪レベルの巨匠が残した革命前キューバの貴重音源をヴァイナルでリリースする GROSSO の新シリーズはチャノ・ポソ!!!!

ディジー・ガレスピーとともに、ラテンジャズの発展に大いに貢献したキューバ出身のコンガ奏者チャノ・ポソの音源がヴァイナル2枚組でコンパイル! DECCA, CODA, TICO, BLUE NOTE, MUSICRAFT, RCA VICTOR などのレーベルに残された貴重音源を全 28 曲収録。リマスター/修復された音源は家で聴いてよしフロアで使ってよし。ジャケットも素敵。500枚の限定プレスです!

An overview of the legendary Afrocuban conguero, Chano Pozo, who changed Latin music and jazz forever.
Featuring: Chano Pozo, Xavier Cugat, Miguelito Valdes, Machito, Tito Rodriguez, Orquesta Casino de la Playa, Orquesta Hermanos Palau, Dizzie Gillespie, James Moody, Cuarteto Caney, Arsenio Rodríguez...
Some tracks have been remastered and restored and some are presented on vinyl after many years.
Nice graphic design. 300g cardboard.
Format and selection designed for DJs, collectors and general public.
Limited edition to 500 copies.
Complete liner notes (Spanish/English) by collector and DJ, Pablo “Bongohead”Yglesias.

“Chano was a showman. He was a creator. You could never predict what the guy was going to do next. He’s one of those kinds of people with a million ideas. Same thing applies with his playing, he never played congas like these guys… he always find something to fit in different, this is why his value is so big. Sometimes you gotta die and rest in peace for 20 years before the people start evaluating what you’re doing. Now they want to know because so much has happened with the conga, that they want to know where that comes from, and they got to go to the roots.”Mario Bauzá
“It was similar to a nuclear weapon when it burst on the scene. They'd never seen a marriage of Cuban music and American music like that before.”Dizzy Gillespie
The story of Luciano “Chano” Pozo González (born January 7, 1915 in Havana, died December 3, 1948 in New York City), is the stuff of myth and legend, of triumph and tragedy, and like that of several similar seminal figures in the history of the music of the Americas (Robert Johnson comes to mind), someone born of African ancestry and humble economic origin ends up influencing global popular culture and changing the course of music as we know it but then dies all too young to realize their full potential or enjoy the fruits of their labor. But who was Chano and what makes him so important?
He was a multi-talented percussionist, composer and dancer who demanded satisfaction in life and lived it to the hilt.
More importantly, he was well aware of his African roots and figured out how to blend the ancient and the modern in Latin music such a way as had never been done before.
Pablo “Bongohead” Yglesias New York City, May 2019


Disc 1

  • A1. Blen, Blen, Blen
  • A2. Ariñañara
  • A3. Paran Pan Pin
  • A4. Guagüina Yerabo
  • A5. Anana Boroco Tinde
  • A6. Muna Sanganfimba
  • A7. Conga De Los Dandys
  • B1. Nagüe
  • B2. Zarabanda
  • B3. Ampárame
  • B4. El Vendedor de Aves
  • B5. Tumbando Caña
  • B6. Tu Gallo Maria
  • B7. Seven Seven

Disc 2

  • C1. El Pin Pin
  • C2. No Sé Que Tienes
  • C3. Llora (No Puedo Más)
  • C4. Porqué Tu Sufres
  • C5. Cómetelo To'
  • C6. Pasó En Tampa (Wha' You Say)
  • C7. Ya No Se Puede Rumbear
  • D1. Rumba En Swing
  • D2. Cubana-Be
  • D3. Cubana-Bop
  • D4. Manteca
  • D5. Tin Tin Deo
  • D6. Guarachi Güaro
  • D7. Boco Boco