13 March 2010

JOE CAIN & HIS ORCHESTRA - LATIN EXPLOSION

















Joe Cain for Time Records from 1960.
Jerome Richardson-Flute,Saxes ; Clark Terry-Trumpet ; Jimmy Nottingham-Trumpet ; Frank Anderson-Piano,Organ ; Herbie Lovelle-Drums ; Jose Mangual-Bongos ; Chocolate-Congas ; Marcelino Valdes-Timbales ; Cachao-Bass ; Los Gatos-Chorus.

Big all star line up for this monster latin jazz session produced, arranged and conducted by Joe Cain.Raw as hell with the energy crackling from the wax this is one of the really great latin lps of the 60s.Mambo Stomp,Wobble,Afro Montuno,Mad Mambo...it's all here and its all good.
From the incredible Rhumba Jazz of "Que Paso" to the storming Afro-Mambo "Kenyatta" this album will slay you from start to finish.
All Killer No Filler.

27 comments:

Bacoso said...

vinyl rip@320:
http://www.mediafire.com/?ifwuhmjzyyw

Alan Arbelaez said...

thank you so much Bacoso. Im excited to hear what this will sound like!

n2j3 said...

cheers. wonderful record as usual.

shoshidge said...

looks goo, I love the cover, thx

PinkJazzCat said...

Excellent record indeed! Already have this on vinyl,
and can only highly recommend this one...

King Megatrip said...

thanks as always!! you rule.

cheeba said...

Thanks Bacoso! Had a dodgy rip of this one for a couple years now...glad to update this great little set. Thanks!

Rossi said...

WOW!!! "wild horses" rocks like hell... thank you for this site!!! :)
greetings! :)

bluenote said...

Quite possibly my favorite Latin jazz album of the 1960's -- and your copy sure sounds better than mine!

Thanks much!

Markaz said...

Nice - firin'! Takes me back to that club in Loughborough Junction i can't remember the name of.

katonah said...

Loving this one, Thanks Bacoso!

Simon666 said...

Love it love it :) "Wild Horses" kills me, thanks!

Mike said...

Very grateful, thank you

codazzo said...

the latest posts have been crazy bacoso!

jepo said...

Muchas gracias. Es un album espectacular.

Jazzsoulman said...

What can I say, what wasn't said already? Thank you man, saved my day!!

Andrés said...

Great! Saludos from Colombia!

Mark Desmet said...

Thanks for sharing!

2bad said...

With a name like Joe Cain and a cheezy cover from 1960, without your recommendation I doubt I would have given this one a chance, even with Clark Terry and Jerome Richardson - it just looks too much like an assembly line product - and it does have those production values with the thick reverb and the backing vocals like they only did them back then. But, man, you were right again -- this thing is BURNIN' HOT! Any more of this guy?

Newk said...

It seems like every album I've heard with Chocolate in the lineup has been top quality. Looking at this and one of the other albums you posted reminds me of how many sessions Cachao worked on after moving to NY/FL. I'm always suspicious when I see an album credited to an arranger/producer, but listening to the music demolished those notions right away. Thanks!

gilhodges said...

Deeply glorious. ¡Muchimas gracias!

Jay said...

Great find. Great music. Keep up the good work....

musicwithsoul said...

Dude,
This blog's quality standard is so fucking high I can hardly believe it. It's a true labour of love what you are doing here, dude. And I cannot thank you enough for it.

Martooni said...

Your high quality rip is most appreciated. Thank you for preserving this wonderful music.

peskypesky said...

wow. i don't usually think of myself as a fan of Latin jazz, but this album is smoking! so much fun! thank you for turning me on to this and a BUNCH of other choice music.

jazztap said...

merci

flageolette said...

Because So,
Great,thanks for sharing!!

Cheers,