Live at Jazz Alley ()

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This is as close to Latin purist Mongo as we have heard in recent years, an eight-piece salsa band -- including several members of the 1997 Tito Puente ensemble, like trumpeter Ray Vega, altoist Bobby Porcelli and tenorman Mitch Frohman -- playing a brace of Mongo classics and Latin jazz pieces live before a hushed crowd in Seattle's Jazz Alley. There are no pop covers, one electric instrument (a bass), lots of extended jazz solos (Porcelli and Frohman really burn on the pioneering Afro-Cuban classic "Manteca"), and an ...

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  1. Home
  2. Bonita
  3. Philadelphia
  4. Para Ti
  5. Manteca
  6. Ponce
  7. Come Candela
  8. Ibiano
  9. Juan Josť
  10. Afro Blue
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