Jose Estevez, J. Miguel Rivera. Jose Estevez, Jr. Tito Puente. 11. La Batidora/Meneadora.
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Tito Puente En El Puente (1969 Tico). Pa’ Lante (1970 - Tico). No Hay Mejor (1975 - Tico). Homenaje A Beny (1978) Plays with Tito Puente ("Dolor Y Perdón"). Homenaje A Beny (1979) Plays with Tito Puente ("Como El Arrullo De Palmas"). The Mambo King : His 100th Album (1991 - RMM). Y Su Pueblo (1974 - Fania). The only thing original was that seven of the eleven selections were Puente's compositions. What was new was vocalist Santitos Colón, a Puerto Rican who was both a bolerista and a guarachero.
Puente also helped popularize the cha-cha during the 1950s, and he was the only non-Cuban who was invited to a "50 Years of Cuban Music" celebration in Cuba in 1952. Among the major-league congueros who played with the Puente band in the '50s were Mongo Santamaria, Willie Bobo, Johnny Pacheco, and Ray Barretto, which resulted in some explosive percussion shootouts. An indefatigable visitor to the recording studios, Puente recorded his 100th album, The Mambo King, in 1991 amid much ceremony and affection (an all-star Latin music concert at Los Angeles' Universal Amphitheatre in March 1992 commemorated the milestone), and he kept adding more titles to the tally throughout the '90s.
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TITO PUENTE is a afro-cuban jazz music artist. TITO PUENTE En El Puente On The Bridge LP Tico 1192 latin mambo ORIG. TITO PUENTE AND HIS LATIN ENSEMBLE - EL REY CCD4250-CD Concord Picante.
El Rey is a 1984 Latin jazz album by 6-time Grammy Award-winning musician, band and orchestra leader, Tito Puente. Puente's move towards jazz came at the same time as Eddie Palmieri's albums. It includes performances by Tito Puente not only on timbales, but on vibraharp playing a medley of "Stella by Starlight" and "(Tu, Mi) Delirio", as well as "Autumn Leaves" and "Rainfall".
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Written-By – Margaret Asencio
|A2||A Gozar Ahora
Written-By – Rudy Calzado
Written-By – Tito Puente
Written-By – Frank Grillo*, Tito Puente
Written-By – Miguelito Valdes
|A6||Sonaremos El Tambo
Written-By – Horacio De La Lastra*
Written-By – Marcelino Guerra
|B2||El Viejo Engome
Written-By – Israel Lopez*
Written-By – J. Esteves Jr.*, Miguel Rivera
|B4||T.P. On The Bridge
Written-By – J. Esteves Jr.*
|B5||La Batidora Meneadora||3:03|
- Made By – Tico Recording Company
- Distributed By – Roulette Records, Inc.
- Guest, Lead Vocals – Machito (tracks: A4)
- Liner Notes – Art Kapper* (tracks: English Version), Miguel Estivill (tracks: Spanish translation)
- Producer – George Goldner
Notes1st Mono 1969 release.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (Side A, etched with strike out): TRLP-1191 B̶ A Bell Sound sf AB 2-69
- Matrix / Runout (Side B, etched with strike out): TRLP-1191 A̶ B Bell Sound sf AB 2-69
- Matrix / Runout (Stamped, both sides): Bell Sound
|LP-1191||Tito Puente||On The Bridge (LP, Album, Mono, RE)||Tico Records||LP-1191||US||Unknown|
|SLP-1191||Tito Puente||On The Bridge (LP, Album, RP)||Tico Records||SLP-1191||US||Unknown|
|LP-1191||Tito Puente||On The Bridge (LP, Album, Mono)||Tico Records||LP-1191||Venezuela||Unknown|
|SLP1191, SLP 1191, SLP-1191||Tito Puente||En El Puente / On The Bridge (LP, Album)||Tico Records, Tico Records, Tico Records||SLP1191, SLP 1191, SLP-1191||US||1969|