The Concord Jazz Heritage Series

Cal Tjader

The Concord Jazz Heritage Series CCD 4813 2
  • CAT # CCD-4813-25

    1. Aleluia 4:09
    2. Linda Chicana 5:19
    3. Bye Bye Blues 6:49
    4. This Couldn't Be The Real Thing 6:35
    5. Quietly There 4:54
    6. Don't Look Back 5:43
    7. The Continental 6:09
    8. Naima 5:52
    9. Guachi Guaro (Soul Sauce) 6:16
    10. Doxy 7:17
    11. Speak Low 4:46
    12. Do Nothing Till You Hear From Me 3:08

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In her recording debut, Mary Stallings more than held her own with one of the best bands Cal Tjader ever led. She was only 22 in 1961, but the… More

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Personnel: Cal Tjader, vibraphone, percussion, bandleader; and various others, including Clark Terry, Dizzy Gillespie, trumpets; Buddy DeFranco… More
Cal Tjader’s distinctive sound—melding the cool sound of the vibes with fiery Latin rhythms—made for a signature style of Latin… More
Cal Tjader’s distinctive sound—melding the cool sound of the vibes with fiery Latin rhythms—made for a signature style of Latin… More
Cal Tjader crafted one the sleekest and most distinctive sounds in Latin jazz. His cool, shimmering, jazz vibes, gliding fluidly atop fiery, hot… More
Recorded in 1977, these consistently stimulating, previously unreleased live performances are further evidence of why for a quarter-century Cal… More
With the release of Both Sides of the Coin, Concord Records is pleased to present both sides of the artistry of vibraphonist Cal Tjader—the… More
The late vibist Cal Tjader remains the foremost American-born interpreter of Afro-Latin jazz. On the first half of this collection, made in… More
From the late 1950s until the end of his life, which ended too soon, vibist Cal Tjader (1925-1982) focused primarily on fusing jazz improvisation… More
Before the vibist Cal Tjader established himself in the early to mid-1960s as the leading Anglo proponent of Latin jazz, he was an engaging… More
Extremes bookends vibist-percussionist Cal Tjader's very first recordings, made c. 1951 for Fantasy and previously available only on… More
with Lonnie Hewitt, Victor Venegas, Eddie Coleman, Willie Bobo, Mongo Santamaria Recorded in performance May 27 and October 7, 1960. More
with Lonnie Hewitt, Rob Fisher, Pete Riso, Poncho Sanchez Recorded May 22, 1976. More