Title: Cal Tjader Quintet
Style: Afro-Cuban Jazz, Latin Jazz
Format: MP3 FLAC AUD VOC MP3 WMA ASF AA WAV
FLAC size: 1692 mb | MP3 size: 1625 mb | WMA size: 1231 mb
Callen Radcliffe "Cal" Tjader, Jr. (/ˈtʃeɪdər/ JAY-dər; July 16, 1925 – May 5, 1982) was an American Latin jazz musician, known as the most successful non-Latino Latin musician. He explored other jazz idioms, even as he continued to perform the music of Cuba, the Caribbean, and Latin America for the rest of his life. Tjader played the vibraphone primarily. He was accomplished on the drums, bongos, congas, timpani, and the piano. He worked with many musicians from several cultures.
Complete your Cal Tjader Quintet collection. Just finished hearing my LP that I found old school in a very nice way. I haven't heard it in years, don't know how came about it.
BPM Profile Cal Tjader Quintet. Album starts at 84BPM, ends at 127BPM (+43), with tempos within the -BPM range. Try refreshing the page if dots are missing). Recent albums by Cal Tjader. The Shining Sea. 1981.
The Cal Tjader Quintet - Live at Club Macumba San Francisco 1956, 2012. The Lady Is a Tramp, 04:53. Bill B (Version 2), 09:09. Guarachi Guaro, 09:24. Lullaby of Birdland, 06:43. Mambo at the "M", 09:58. For Heaven's Sake, 03:06.
|A1||I Want To Be Happy||3:15|
|A2||The Nearness Of You||3:54|
|A3||A Minor Goof||3:53|
|A4||Pete Kelly's Blues||3:48|
|B3||Stomping At The Savoy||4:00|
|B5||Lullaby In Birdland||4:00|
- Bass – Carlos Duran
- Drums – Luis Miranda
- Piano – Manuel Duran
- Timbales – Bayardo Velarde
- Vibraphone – Cal Tjader
|3232, 3-232||Cal Tjader Quintet||Cal Tjader Quintet (LP, Album, Mono, Red)||Fantasy, Fantasy||3232, 3-232||US||1956|
|8085||Cal Tjader Quintet||Cal Tjader Quintet (LP, Album, RE, Blu)||Fantasy||8085||US||1962|
|8085||Cal Tjader Quintet||Cal Tjader Quintet (LP, Album, RE)||Fantasy||8085||US||1962|
|8085||Cal Tjader Quintet||Cal Tjader Quintet (LP, Album)||Fantasy||8085||US||Unknown|
|3232||Cal Tjader Quintet||Cal Tjader Quintet (LP, Album, Mono, cle)||Fantasy||3232||US||1956|