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Album: Bailar
# Song Title   Time
1)    Siempre Me Va Bien Album Version More Info... 6:59
2)    Bien Sabroso (Very Tasty) Album Version More Info... 5:02
3)    Alafia Album Version More Info... 7:37
4)    A Time For Love Album Version More Info... 7:27
5)    Sonando Live More Info... 6:17
6)    Manteca Album Version More Info... 6:59
7)    Tito Medley Album Version More Info... 6:48
8)    La Familia Album Version More Info... 6:58
 

Album: Bailar
# Song Title   Time
1)    Siempre Me Va Bien Album Version More Info... 6:59
2)    Bien Sabroso (Very Tasty) Album Version More Info... 5:02
3)    Alafia Album Version More Info... 7:37
4)    A Time For Love Album Version More Info... 7:27
5)    Sonando Live More Info... 6:17
6)    Manteca Album Version More Info... 6:59
7)    Tito Medley Album Version More Info... 6:48
8)    La Familia Album Version More Info... 6:58
 
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  • Personnel: Poncho Sanchez (vocals, congas, percussion); Gene Burkert (alto & tenor saxophones, flute); Sal Cracchiolo (trumpet, flugelhorn), Art Velasco (trombone, background vocals); David Torres (piano); Tony Banda (bass, background vocals); Jose "Papo" Rodriguez (bongos, percussion, background vocals); Ramon Banda (timbales, percussion).
  • Recorded live at Kimball's East, Emeryville, California on December 8, 1990. Includes liner notes by Nancy Rodriguez.
  • Personnel: Poncho Sanchez (vocals, congas, percussion); Arturo Velasco (vocals, trombone); Jos‚ Papo Rodr¡guez (vocals, bongos, percussion); Tony Banda (vocals); Gene Burkert (flute, alto saxophone, tenor saxophone); Sal Cracchiolo (trumpet, flugelhorn); Arthur Velasco (trombone); David Torres (piano); Ramon Banda (timbales, percussion).
  • Recording information: 12/08/1990.
  • Director: David Torres.
  • Unknown Contributor Roles: David Torres; Sal Cracchiolo; Jos‚ Papo Rodr¡guez; Arturo Velasco; Tony Banda; Gene Burkert; Ramon Banda.
  • The music on Bailar is taken from the same performances as the previously released A Night at Kimball's East (Concord Picante 4472). Conguero Poncho Sanchez's Latin jazz octet (with trumpeter Sal Cracchiolo, trombonist Art Velasco, and saxophonist Gene Burkert) is heard on a variety of group originals and obscurities, including "A Time for Love," "Manteca," and a three-song Tito Puente medley (which includes "Oye Como Va"). As usual, the playing is spirited, rhythmic, danceable, and quite fun. ~ Scott Yanow
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