Live At Jazz Alley

Mongo Santamaria

Live At Jazz Alley
  • CAT # SACD-1016-6

    1. Home 6:00
    2. Bonita 4:39
    3. Philadelphia 5:57
    4. Para Ti 5:54
    5. Manteca 6:47
    6. Ponce 6:51
    7. Come Candela 5:02
    8. Ibiano 4:55
    9. Juan Jose 5:22
    10. Afro Blue 10:31

This album was recorded live at Dimitrou’s Jazz Alley in Seattle, WA, in March 1990.

The album also features Ray Vega on trumpet / flugelhorn, Bobby Porcelli on alto & baritone saxophone / flute, Mitch Frohman on tenor & soprano saxophone / flute, Bob Quaranta (Music Director) on piano, Bernie Minoso on bass, John Andreu Almendra on drums / timbales, and Eddie Rodriguez on precussion / vocal.

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