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Best Of

Pucho & His Latin Soul Brothers (プーチョアンドザラテンソウルブラザーズ)

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Al Pazant(Trumpet),  Alfred Brown(Violin),  Barry Rodgers(Trombone),  Bernard Purdie(Drums),  Billy Butler (Jazz)(Guitar),  Claude Bartee, Jr.(Sax (Tenor)),  Eddie Pasant(Flute),  Eddie Pasant(Sax (Alto)),  Eddie Pasant(Sax (Baritone)),  Eddie Pasant(Sax (Soprano)),  Eddie Pasant(Sax (Tenor)),  Jackie Soul(Vocals),  Jimmy Phillips(Bass),  Matthew Raimondi(Violin),  Neal Creque(Organ),  Neal Creque(Piano),  Pucho(Drums),  Richard Landrum(Percussion),  Sanford Allen(Violin),  Seaborn Westbrook(Guitar (Bass)),  Seldon Powell(Flute),  Seldon Powell(Sax (Tenor)),  Selwart Clarke(Violin),  Vincent McEwan(Trumpet),  William Allen(Guitar (Bass)),  William Allen(Guitar (Bass)),  William Bivens(Percussion),  William Bivens(Piano),  Cecil Jackson(Conga),  Joseph Armstrong(Conga),  Neal Creque(Clavinet),  Noberto Apellaniz(Bongos),  Pucho(Conga),  Pucho(Timbales),  Richard Landrum(Tambourine),  William Bivens(Bells),  William Bivens(Clavinet),  William Bivens(Tambourine),  William Bivens(Vibraphone),  Richard Landrum(Shaker),  William Bivens(Trap Kit),  Don Schlitten(Producer),  George Klabin(Engineer),  Neal Creque(Arranger),  Pucho(Producer),  Richard Alderson(Engineer),  Rudy Van Gelder(Engineer),  William S Fischer(Arranger),  Don Schlitten(Photography),  Gilles Margerin(Design),  Joe Tarantino(Remastering),  Lee Hildebrand(Liner Notes),  Pucho(Compilation Producer),  Richard Landrum,  William Bivens

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This is an entirely different set than the British import compilation on Ace called The Best of Pucho & the Latin Soul Brothers; only six tracks are found on both CDs. Which one you prefer totally depends upon your individual taste. Soul and rock fans will be far better off with the Ace collection, which concentrates far more heavily on his soul-jazz, R&B, and psychedelic-influenced numbers. The Prestige set focuses on his more sedate, straight jazz side, with tracks taken from his 1967-1970 albums (there's nothing from his first two Prestige records, which have been combined onto one CD on the Tough! reissue). This is nicely atmospheric stuff with a Latin lilt, but not Pucho at his funkiest and most adventurous. It's also wholly instrumental, with none of the un-honed but energetic vocals that occasionally adorned his material on cuts like Shuckin' and Jivin'. ~ Richie Unterberger, All Music Guide

収録曲   

  • 01. Got Myself a Good Man (05:45)
  • 02. Ain't Nothin' Can't Happen (05:23)
  • 03. Listen to Louie (03:32)
  • 04. Tell Me (04:06)
  • 05. Return to Me (05:48)
  • 06. Swing Thing (02:14)
  • 07. Dearly Beloved (03:43)
  • 08. Maiden Voyage (05:49)
  • 09. Yambo (06:16)
  • 10. Psychedelic Pucho (06:53)
  • 11. Swamp People (02:28)
  • 12. Here's That Rainy Day (04:02)
  • 13. Heat! (04:39)
  • 14. Presence of Your Heart (04:01)
  • 15. Wanderin' Rose (07:48)
  • 16. Candied Yam (03:26)

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Pucho & His Latin Soul Brothers

In the 1960s, no one combined more or less equal elements of jazz, Latin music, soul, and funk as well as Henry Pucho Brown (b. November 1, 1938). A somewhat forgotten figure until recently, Pucho never achieved the wide recognition of some other Latin jazz performers exploring similar territory, such as Mongo Santamaria, Willie Bobo, and Cal Tjader. The timbales player and bandleader also may hav

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