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Cal Tjader - Whiffenpoof - Armando Pereza - Verve Latin + Brasil LP
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Cal Tjader - Soul Bird: Whiffenpoof
W/ Armando Pereza on percussion

on the Verve Record Label, V-8626.
VG+ the odd light scuff only ( listen to our copy)
cover small hole bottom left slight denting to corner ( see pic)
USA pressing original

Tracks include:

The Whiffenpoof Song,
Soul Bird
How High The Moon
That's All
Soul Motion
Reza

The Prophet
Sonny Boy
Doxy
Samba De Orfeu
Shiny Silk Stockings
Daddy Wong Legs.

Cal Tjader (July 16, 1925–May 5, 1982) was an American Latin jazz musician, though he also explored various other jazz idioms. Unlike other American jazz musicians who experimented with the music from Cuba, the Caribbean, and Latin America, he never abandoned it, performing it until his death.

Tjader primarily played the vibraphone. He was also accomplished on the drums, bongos, congas, timpani, and the piano. He worked with numerous musicians from several cultures. He is often linked to the development of Latin rock and acid jazz. Although fusing jazz with Latin music is often categorized as "Latin jazz" (or, earlier, "Afro-Cuban jazz"), Tjader's output swung freely between both styles.

This product was added to our catalog on Saturday 21 April, 2007.

 
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