11 March 2007

HECTOR BINGERT AND DON MENZA - EL ENCUENTRO
























Hector Bingert of Uruguay joins forces with Don Menza(USA) and friends from Sweden in Stockholm for this rare piece of latin fusion on Four Leaf Clover from 1983.
This great piece of European vinyl mashes up latin roots(candomble,samba,bolero,bossa)and then blends them with a large helping of jazz.Check the thunderous "Samba Fino", the banging "Llamada Original" and "Ska Vi Dela" for dancefloor action.The intro on Samba Fino is spectacular-I remember Bob Jones playing it one night and I was up and running to the decks in seconds to find out what it was!
Bingert and Menza are on Saxes and Flute,Janne Schaffer on Guitar,Kjell Ohman on Electric Piano,Teddy Walter on Bass and Jose Luis Perez on Percussion.
Ripped at 320 from the original vinyl-no reissues.

12 comments:

sulingman said...

I wonder if it would be possible to re- up
BOBBY MONTEZ - JUNGLE FANTASTIQUE
and similar items, such as
BOBBY PAUNETTO - PAUNETTO'S POINT
I've been on the lookout for the type of music you have here for a long time, finding mostly comps that contain something like Joe Cuba.
This place is by far the best one for me to actually find this music, and not just the one standout track from an album.
Thanks.

Mr. Harris said...

this is beaaautiful man the best one u got so far

Mr. Harris said...

im starting a blog too man, hopefully we can help each other out

diggershaven.blogspot.com

inuhcuhc said...

Great posts Bacoso ! Way to go ! A million thanx !

Chuchuni

Sounds said...

Hey Mr Harris you've got Iron Maiden and Anita Baker on your blog ,me thinks Bacoso will be teaming up with you for sure ...

Nunne said...

Nice post! My own blog is finally up and running. My first post was more of an experiment, since I'm new to the whole blogging thing. But I got some Swedish jazz/funk coming your way very shortly...

clubdub.blogspot.com

jean lafite said...

first of all, thank you for so many great posts. this is a great place.
next, i need some guidance. i want to start converting some of my records into digital files, but i am not sure how to begin. i would like to put them into ogg or flac i think but i can't sort out all the programs there are to help me do it so i was hoping for some advice. i am a barely functioning idiot on the computer and i tried one called adobe audition 1.5 and it was way over my head. i need something simpler. i also feel like my sound card was creating problems and might be too old or simple to work with the adobe program. i wonder if this was a problem only with adobe (or attributable to my ineptitude)or if it will be a problem with other programs as well.any help would be greatly appreciated. thanks

pastyhead said...

way yr go my hansom...wot a booteee..dis b :)

ramson_knowling said...

Hi jean lafite
Adobe audition is a very good program, but filtering process need great experience in order to don't deteriorate original music sound .Really , all restoration programs can do muffled or distorted some instruments as brass instruments, voice ,and some others.
My advice is that you don't filter noise of vinyl, only digitalize the sound.

Arne said...

great great share, you're still the man OIR!

and indeed, no filters please... though the single click/pop filler of audition can be helpfull to restore the occasional irritating pop

Mr B said...

this is wonderful

mrB

soundsofthe70s.blogspot.com

Pablo Torielli said...

Estimado Amigo primero mis felicitaciones por tremenda colección , segundo gracias por compartirla , le agradeceria doblemente si pudiera activar este enlace por favor mis saludos cordiales desde Uruguay