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Maestro De Maestros – Cachao Y Su Descarga 1986

CD (Item 601276) Tania, 1986 — Condition: New Copy
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A killer set from the legendary Cachao – recorded during some lesser-known years in the 80s, but done with a rich sound that really hearkens back to his Havana roots! Most tracks are instrumental descargas, with a very bass-heavy groove – recorded in a way that really lets you hear Cachao's key contribution to the music – that way he has of really inspiring other players to give their best! Instrumental solos are great too – jazzy moments from Fajardo on flute, Bobby Martinez on sax, and Roberto Luis Rodriguez on trumpet – but Cachao's clearly the main star of the set, and he gets in some simply amazing lines that show he was not sleeping even at this quiet point in his career. Titles include "Bocachaby", "Panchin", "Walpataca", and "La Pausa De Cachao".  © 1996-2014, Dusty Groove, Inc.


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