Willie Bobo Uno Dos Tres 123
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May we suggest? Or perhaps? Too often, then and now, the polyrhythmic powers of Latin percussion find themselves restricted by cultural expectations. So when it came time to record for himself, he chose to stick with the instrument he knew best, the instrument he played best, genre StockhausenLondon Sinfonietta Stop Ylem damned.
Street corner doo wop, musical theater and nightclub jazz all could benefit from timbales, in his view. Someone just needed to show people how it was done. Bobo absolutely needed to rely on standards and contemporaneous pop hits to break free from bias and stereotype surrounding his music.
Whether or not he proved his point here remains up for subjective interpretation, but considering the caliber of these dozen songs, he deserved the right to have tried.
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