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Arturo Sandoval & the Latin Train


  • 0. DISC 1:
    1. Be-Bop
    2. La Guarapachanga
    3. la P.P., A
    4. Waheera
    5. I Can't Get Started
    6. Martebelona
    7. Royal Poinciana
    8. Latin Trane, The
    9. Candela (Yo Si Como Candela) / Quimbombo
    10. Drume Negrita
    11. Orula
    0. DISC 2:
    1. Colors of the Wind
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  • Additional Info
    Manufacturer Part Number (MPN): 059 818

  • Credits
    Producer
    Engineer

    Personnel includes: Arturo Sandoval (trumpet, flugelhorn, piano, percussion); Celia Cruz, Oscar D'Leon, Luis Enrique, Joe Williams (vocals); Kenny Anderson, Ed Calle (saxophone, flute); Dana Teboe (trombone); Otmaro Ruiz (piano); Rene Toledo (guitar); David Enos (bass); Aaron Serfaty (drums); Manuel "Egui" Castrillo, Luis Henrique, Edwin Bonilla (percussion); Vicente Rojas, Laura Pifferver, Cheito Quinones (background vocals).
    Personnel includes: Arturo Sandoval (trumpet, flugelhorn, piano); Joe Williams, Oscar D'Leon, Luis Enrique, Celia Cruz (vocals); Kenny Anderson, Ed Calle (saxophone, flute); Dana Teboe (trombone); Otmaro Ruiz (piano); Rene Toledo (guitar); David Enos (bass); Aaron Serfaty (drums); Manuel "Egui" Castrillo, Luis Henrique, Edwin Bonilla (percussion); Vicente Rojas, Laura Pifferver, Cheito Quinones (background vocals).
    On 1995's Arturo Sandoval & the Latin Train, the Cuban-born multi-instrumentalist and his enormous band continue the trend toward reducing the Latin part of their Latin jazz. Guest stars of the caliber of the immortal Celia Cruz show up for Sandoval's 11th album, despite the orientation toward crossover jazz-pop with minimal Latin content. Sandoval and crew do perfectly acceptable versions of standards like "I Can't Get Started" and Dizzy Gillespie's "Bebop," and Sandoval's originals are generally pleasantly tuneful. ~ Stewart Mason

  • Critic Reviews
    Down Beat (6/95, p.42) - 3 Stars - Good - "...astonishing musicianship....the precision and gleam in the brass section work is something any jazz ensemble could learn from..."
    Down Beat (6/95, p.42) - 3 Stars - Good - "...astonishing musicianship....the precision and gleam in the brass section work is something any jazz ensemble could learn from..."
    JazzTimes (10/95, p.89) - "...Well balanced and beautifully orchestrated, this is Sandoval at his best."
    JazzTimes (10/95, p.89) - "...Well balanced and beautifully orchestrated, this is Sandoval at his best."
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