The Royal Edition: celebrating what would have been the 100th birthday of El Rey De Timbal, Tito Puente.
A major event involving royalty. “El Rey”, Tito Puente, would have been 100 years old on April 20 2023. Tito was mostly known as El Rey, with Celia Cruz as “La Reina”, The Queen. Tito released his 100th album in 1991 and he died on 1/6 2000.
Ernest Anthony Puente Jr., commonly known as Tito Puente, was an American musician, songwriter, bandleader, and record producer born in New York of Puerto Rican descent. He is best known for dance-oriented mambo and Latin jazz compositions from his 50-year career. His most famous song is “Oye Como Va”.
King Of The Mambo, King Of The Timbales or just El Rey.
There appears to be some other royal event taking place but I’ll stick with Tito Y Celia.
New stuff from: Mark Giuliana, Kahil El’Zabar’s Ethnic Heritage Ensemble ft. Dwight Trible and David Ornette Cherry, DBN Gogo, Musa Keys & Dinho, Gretchen Parlato & Lionel Loueke; reissues from Wildflower, Rubinho E Mauro Assumpção, AB Crentstil, Terry Callier, Ali Farka Toure (with Oumou Sangare), Joe Bataan and a few classics from far and further …
|Live With Me
|Gretchen Parlato & Lionel Loueke
|Mame Dwen Meho
|Borga Revolution! Ghanaian Dance Music In The Digital Age, 1983-1996 (Volume 2)
|Call My Name
|Tito Puente & Celia Cruz
|Celia Y Tito
|The Mambo King: 100th LP
|Ali Farka Toure
|Cherie (feat. Oumou Sangare)
|Malombo Jazz Makers
|Malombo Jazz Makers sampler
|Zam Groove – Music From Zambia
|Rubinho E Mauro Assumpção
|Tá Tudo Aí
|Perfeitamente, Justamente Quando Chegue
|the sound of listening
|Ben Castle and the Blah Street Band
|Cut Loose – A Lesson In Jazz [Album Version]
|Ti Mon Bo
|Tito Puente and his Orchestra
|Tito Puente and his Concert Orchestra
|DBN Gogo, Musa Keys & Dinho
|Possible (feat. Optimist Music ZA, Makhanj, Lebza TheVillain & Koek Sista)
|Amapiano Now NTS
|Tabu Ley Rochereau
|On A Raconte
|Tabu Ley & M’bilia Bel
|Back To Work
|Celia Cruz & Johnny Pacheco
|Celia & Johnny
|Kahil El’Zabar’s Ethnic Heritage Ensemble ft. Dwight Trible and David Ornette Cherry