Ray Barretto for Fania from 1973.
Billy Cobham (drums), Art Webb (flute) and Roberto Rodriguez(trumpet) Eddie Martinez( piano/rhodes) Manny Duran(Flugel/Trumpet), J Roman(trumpet),Ray Romero(timbales),Tony Fuentes(bongos and cowbell), G. Edghill (Fender bass).
Ray interviewed about "The Other Road":Then, in 1973, about half of my band left me to form the band Típica 73 and once again I had to readjust and reconstruct my band. It took me about a year to get the band back in form and working again. But in the meantime, I convinced Massuci to let me record a jazz project, and one night, from midnight to 6 a.m., we recorded the album The Other Road. After it was released, many people who bought it thinking that it was a salsa album returned it to the stores because it was a jazz project. Years later, it was praised for being one of the pioneering recordings of the so-called Latin jazz movement. It became a cult classic, but the masses, the media and the music industry totally overlooked it.
320 rip from original vinyl - Fania put it out on cd years ago now long deleted.