Chucho Valdes & The Afro-Cuban Messengers – Jazz à Vienne Live (2010)

Musicians: CHUCHO VALDÉS – piano REINALDO MELIÁN ALVAREZ – trumpet CARLOS MANUEL MIYARES HERNANDEZ – tenor sax LÁZARO RIVERO ALARCÓN – bass DREISER DURRUTHY …

24 thoughts on “Chucho Valdes & The Afro-Cuban Messengers – Jazz à Vienne Live (2010)

  1. Young Hyde

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    Chucho Valdes & The Afro-Cuban Messengers

    CHUCHO VALDÉS – piano
    REINALDO MELIÁN ALVAREZ – trumpet
    CARLOS MANUEL MIYARES HERNANDEZ – tenor sax
    LÁZARO RIVERO ALARCÓN – bass
    DREISER DURRUTHY BOMBALÉ – percussion, batá, vocals
    JUAN CARLOS ROJAS CASTRO – drums
    YAROLDY ABREU ROBLES – percussion
    MAYRA CARIDAD VALDÉS – vocals?

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  2. ekueton enkama

    Thanks very much, God bless you. So we are the originals creators of the
    rhymes, that today I don’t know who,… out of senses call it salsa. In
    English sauce to mix.

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  3. LA LOMA Ensamble

    With great respect for each process,i think the name JAZZ is used in many
    ways,but there are many types of music that come from diverse roots and are
    similar in the way they use improvisation and the way they build
    melodies,harmony,form…..well the term jazz some times doesnt mean
    exactlly what is used for….

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  4. avagyan

    I don’t know what youre talking about. This is kind a music any Jazzfest
    would be proud to have. It’s not a smooth or some strange things they put
    sometimes. It’s pure Afro-Cuban Jazz in its best form. As of Chucho Valdez
    he’s one of the most accomplished jazz pianists out there, if it’s not
    jazz, then (what?) call it good music and listen. Some jazz men don’t like
    the word themselves and prefer to call it American classical music or
    whatever, no make difference. To me improvisation=Jazz

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  5. vova47

    You are right, you don’t know what I am talking about, but more importantly
    you don’t know what YOU are talking about. There is not such thing as
    Afro-Cuban Jazz or Chinese Jazz or Eskimo Jazz as far as I am concerned.
    Jazz is American Music no matter who’s playing it and is supposed to SWING.
    Improvisation is not essential element of Jazz and is present in many other
    types of music. Bach improvised, so did Mozart and Beethoven, so do
    Gypsies, Jewish Klezmer musicians and Brazilians..

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  6. paolo.roberto Deruiz

    Shafiq friend – you are dividing. African, Asian, Latin, European – no
    matter, if you do not also celebrate the fusion and creativity shared by
    people from different continents coming together, whether by through force
    or by choice. The descendants are also their own people.

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  7. Tiziano Tononi

    Moving, man, what a great performance! Once I heard Gerry Gonzales say “We
    play Rumba and we play the Blues”, and that’s exactly what they do, the
    great Afro-Cuban tradition AND the jazz background all together, I wish
    many more people could appreciate it.

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  8. Shafiq Shabazz

    My brother I don’t think he is bashing Cuban’s at all. It’s music my
    brother. I love it all, because it all comes from Africa..

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