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Cal Tjader with Bobo & Mongo Santamaria — Demasiado Caliente/Latino! (1960/94)

 Cal Tjader With Bobo & Mongo Santamaria — Demasiado Caliente/Latino! (1960/94)

Cal Tjader with Bobo & Mongo Santamaria — Demasiado Caliente/Latino!
He won a Grammy in 1980 for his album La Onda Va Bien, capping off a career that spanned over forty years.
Birth name: Callen Radcliffe Tjader, Jr.
Born: July 16, 1925, St. Louis, Missouri, United States
Origin: San Mateo, California, United States
Died: May 5, 1982, Manila, Philippines
Album release: 1960/1994
Origin record label: Fantasy
Label: Fantasy – FCD-24732-2
Format: CD, Compilation, Remastered
Duration:     73:43
01. Manila    (4:51)
02. Key Largo    (3:33)
03. Tumbao    (6:45)
04. Bludan    (3:07)
05. Chispita    (3:26)
06. September Song    (3:44)
07. Cal's Pals    (3:35)
08. Para Ti    (3:27)
09. Mamblues    (4:41)
10. Afro Blue    (6:33)
11. Cuban Fantasy    (6:30)
12. Rezo    (5:59)
13. Mambo Terrifico    (4:22)
14. A Night In Tunisia    (8:35)
15. The Continental    (4:45)
Cal Tjader instruments: Vibraphone, drum kit, piano, timbales, bongos, congas, timpani
#1-9 Previously released as Cal Tjader - Demasiado Caliente (Fantasy 8053)
#10-15 Previously released as Cal Tjader - Latino! (Fantasy 8079)
Bass – Al McKibbon (tracks: A2, A4, B1, B3), Victor Villegas
Flute – Jose Lozano (tracks: A1, A3, B4)
Flute, Alto Saxophone – Modesto Briseno (tracks: A2, A4, B1, B3)
Percussion – Mongo Santamaria
Piano – Eddie Cano (tracks: A2, A4, B1, B3), Lonnie Hewitt
Timbales – Willie Bobo
Trumpet – Tony Terran (tracks: A2, A4, B1, B3)
Vibraphone – Cal Tjader
Tracks: 2, 4, 5, 7 are Studio Sessions.
Tracks: 1, 3, 6, 8, 9 were recorded live at the Blackhawk in San Francisco, California.
Eddie Cano: Arrangments
Cover Photography: Nicole Schoening
Liner Notes: Dick Hadlock (Jazz Editor, The San Francisco Star, DJ, The Annals of Jazz, KJAZ, Berkeley, Calif.)
Actual times vary on disc labels and rear cover, they also do jive with my digital transfers. The discrepancies vary from + or - a few seconds to as much as 1 minute. Thus times given are from digital transfers.
Birth name: Ramón Santamaría Rodríguez
Also known as: Mongo
Born: April 7, 1922
Origin: Havana, Cuba
Died: February 1, 2003
Instruments: Congas
Amanecer (1977) – won a Grammy award
Cal Tjader - vibes
Mongo Santamaria - conga drums
Willie Bobo - drums, timbales
Tony Terran (#2, 4, 5, 7) - trumpet
Jose Lozano (#1, 3, 6, 8, 9), Paul Horn (#10), Rolando Lozano (#13, 15) - flute
Modesto Briseno - flute & alto saxophone (#2, 4, 5, 7), Jose 'Chombo' Silva - tenor saxophone (#14)
Lonnie Hewitt (#1, 3, 6, 8-13, 15), Eddie Cano (#2, 4, 5, 7), Vince Guaraldi (#14) - piano
Victor Venegas (#1, 3, 6, 8, 9, 13, 15), Al McKibbon (#2, 4, 5, 7, 10, 14), Eddie Coleman (#11, 12) - bass
The Eddie Cano Big Band (on #2, 4, 5, 7)
#1-9 original LP issue: "Cal Tjader - Demasiado Caliente" (Fantasy LP 3309, LP 8053)
#10-15 original LP issue: "Cal Tjader - Latino!" (Fantasy LP 3339, LP 8079)
Website: http://www.caltjader.com/
MySpace: http://www.myspace.com/tjadercal
Biography by Richard S. Ginell
Cal Tjader was undoubtedly the most famous non-Latino leader of Latin jazz bands, an extraordinary distinction. From the 1950s until his death, he was practically the point man between the worlds of Latin jazz and mainstream bop; his light, rhythmic, joyous vibraphone manner could comfortably embrace both styles. His numerous recordings for Fantasy and Verve and long-standing presence in the San Francisco Bay Area eventually had a profound influence upon Carlos Santana, and thus Latin rock. He also played drums and bongos, the latter most notably on the George Shearing Quintet's puckishly titled "Rap Your Troubles in Drums," and would occasionally sit in on piano as well.
Tjader studied music and education at San Francisco State College before hooking up with fellow Bay Area resident Dave Brubeck as the drummer in the Brubeck Trio from 1949 to 1951. He then worked with Alvino Rey, led his own group, and in 1953, joined George Shearing's then hugely popular quintet as a vibraphonist and percussionist. It was in Shearing's band that Tjader's love affair with Latin music began, ignited by Shearing's bassist Al McKibbon, nurtured by contact with Willie Bobo, Mongo Santamaria, and Armando Peraza, and galvanized by the '50s mambo craze. When he left Shearing the following year, Tjader promptly formed his own band that emphasized the Latin element yet also played mainstream jazz. Bobo and Santamaria eventually joined Tjader's band as sidemen, and Vince Guaraldi served for a while as pianist and contributor to the band's songbook ("Ginza," "Thinking of You, MJQ"). Tjader recorded a long series of mostly Latin jazz albums for Fantasy from the mid-'50s through the early '60s, switching in 1961 to Verve, where under Creed Taylor's aegis he expanded his stylistic palette and was teamed with artists like Lalo Schifrin, Anita O'Day, Kenny Burrell, and Donald Byrd. Along the way, Tjader managed to score a minor hit in 1965 with "Soul Sauce," a reworking of Dizzy Gillespie/Chano Pozo's "Guacha Guaro," which Tjader had previously cut for Fantasy. Tjader returned to Fantasy in the 1970s, then in 1979 moved over to the new Concord Picante label, where he remained until his death.
Vibrations (Savoy, 1951)
Cal Tjader: Vibist (Savoy, 1953)
Cal Tjader, Vol. 1 (Savoy, 1953)
The Cal Tjader Trio (Fantasy, 1953)
Tjader Plays Mambo (Fantasy, 1954)
Mambo with Tjader (Fantasy, 1954)
Tjader Plays Tjazz (Fantasy, 1954)
Plays Afro-Cuban (Fantasy, 1954)
Ritmo Caliente! (Fantasy, 1955)
Cal Tjader Quartet (Fantasy, 1956)
The Cal Tjader Quartet (Fantasy, 1956)
Latin Kick (Fantasy, 1956)
The Cal Tjader Quintet (Fantasy, 1956)
Jazz at the Blackhawk (Fantasy, 1957)
Más ritmo caliente (Fantasy, 1957)
Cal Tjader (Fantasy, 1957)
The Cal Tjader-Stan Getz Sextet (Fantasy, 1958)
Cal Tjader's Latin Concert (Fantasy, 1958)
Latin for Lovers with Strings (Fantasy, 1958)
San Francisco Moods (Fantasy, 1958)
Concert by the Sea, Vol. 1 (Fantasy, 1959)
Concert by the Sea, Vol. 2 (Fantasy, 1959)
Cal Tjader Goes Latin (Fantasy, 1959)
Live and Direct (Fantasy, 1959)
A Night at the Blackhawk (Fantasy, 1959)
Concert on the Campus (Fantasy, 1960)
Demasiado Caliente (Fantasy, 1960)
West Side Story (Fantasy, 1961)
In a Latin Bag (Verve, 1961)
The Cal Tjader Quartet (Fantasy, 1961)
Cal Tjader Plays, Mary Stallings Sings (Fantasy, 1962)
Cal Tjader Plays Harold Arlen (Fantasy, 1962)
Latino (Fantasy, 1962)
Saturday Night / Sunday Night at the Blackhawk, San Francisco (Verve, 1962)
Cal Tjader Plays the Contemporary Music of Mexico and Brazil (Verve, 1962)
Cal Tjader Live and Direct (Fantasy, 1962)
The Cal Tjader Quartet (Fantasy, 1962)
Anita O'Day / Cal Tjader: Time for Two (Verve, 1962)
Sona libre (Verve, 1963)
Several Shades of Jade (Verve, 1963)
Breeze from the East (Verve, 1963)
Warm Wave (Verve, 1964)
Soul Sauce (Verve, 1965)
Soul Bird: Whiffenpoof (Verve, 1965)
Soul Burst (Verve, 1966)
Cal Tjader and Eddie Palmieri: El sonido nuevo / The New Soul Sound (Verve, 1966)
Latin for Dancers (Fantasy, 1966)
Eddie Palmieri / Cal T'jader: Bamboléate (Tico, 1967)
Along Comes Cal (Verve, 1967)
Hip Vibrations (Verve, 1967)
The Prophet (Verve, 1968)
Solar Heat (Skye, 1968)
Sounds Out Burt Bacharach (Skye, 1968)
Plugs In (Skye, 1969)
Live at the Funky Quarters (Fantasy, 1970)
Primo (Fantasy, 1970)
Agua dulce (Fantasy, 1971)
Descarga (Fantasy, 1971)
Cal Tjader and Charlie Byrd: Tambu (Fantasy, 1973)
Puttin' It Together (Fantasy, 1975)
Amazonas (Fantasy, 1975)
Grace Cathedral Concert (Fantasy, 1976)
Guarabe (Fantasy, 1976)
Here (Fantasy, 1977)
Breathe Easy (Fantasy, 1977)
Tjader (Fantasy, 1978)
La onda va bien (Concord Picante, 1979)
Gózame! Pero ya (Concord Picante, 1980)
The Shining Sea (Concord Picante, 1981)
A fuego vivo (Concord Picante, 1981)
Cal Tjader and Carmen McRae: Heat Wave (Concord Jazz, 1982)
Good Vibes (Concord Picante, 1984)
Latin + Jazz = Cal Tjader (DCC, 1990; recorded 1968)
Huracán (LaserLight Digital, 1990; recorded 1978)
Last Night When We Were Young (Fantasy, 1991)
Concerts in the Sun (Fantasy, 2002; recordings from 1960)
Cuban Fantasy (Fantasy, 2003; live recordings from 1977)
Live at the Monterey Jazz Festival 1958-1980 (Concord, 2008)
Link: http://www.jazzmusicarchives.com/cal-tjader.aspx
Fantasy Records Checklist; compiled by Jim Harrod & François Ziegler
March 2004 with help from Gerd Heinlein: http://jazzlabels.klacto.net/fantasy.html/

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