#3
Iisten to some fusion it's a mix of most common jazz rock, as wel as jazz with latin beats and spanish music sometimes flamenco mixxed with jazz

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Quote by TheHeartbreaker
I know some people also consider Carlos Santana to be a Latin-jazz player to some extents.


Oye Como Va is actually a Tito Puente cover
#6
One of the most famous latin jazz standards is Spain by Chick Corea. On that note, check out his album Touchstone.
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One of the most famous latin jazz standards is Spain by Chick Corea. On that note, check out his album Touchstone.


isn't Chick Corea fusion? with all the rhodes piano stuff and usch
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isn't Chick Corea fusion? with all the rhodes piano stuff and usch


Does it matter?

He's done jazz projects, he's done fusion projects, he's even done several Mozart-themed albums...
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#10
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Does it matter?

He's done jazz projects, he's done fusion projects, he's even done several Mozart-themed albums...


Well not really. He's cool in any case
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Quote by seljer
Oye Como Va is actually a Tito Puente cover


That's interesting.

Santana, is, in my opinion, one of the most talented guitarists and musicians ever. Even though he's seemed to have "lost it" as of late, his early stuff was awesome, and he'd have some really great albums from time to time.
#12
My jazz band does sambas and bossa novas.

We did a song called Opus de Funk once, it was about three years ago and I don't remember too much of it. I think that the bass was implying the roots a beat before the rest of the band played the chords, or something like that... it took us a little while to get down.