Poncho Sanchez Afro Cuban Fantasy Rar

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Description Artist: Poncho Sanchez Title Of Album: Afro-Cuban Fantasy Year Of Release: 1998 Genre: Jazz, Latin Quality: Mp3 Bitrate: CBR 320 kbps Total Time: 61:25 Total Size: 141 MB Tracklist: 01. Ritmo Remo 02. Subway Harry 04. Darn That Dream 06. Willow Weep for Me 08. Afro-Cuban Fantasy 09. Ven Pa Bailar 10. Microsoft serial mouse.

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Playboy's Theme ANOTHER SWINGING PONCHO Quote: Noted conguero Poncho Sanchez is back on the scene with another infectious album that extended the legacy of his tenure with Cal Tjader's Orchestra. As the titled suggests, Afro-Cuban Fantasy is a celebration of the various dance rhythms that are now known as Latin jazz. A dynamic player with a penchant for muscular rhythm, Sanchez's arrangements exude the calmer energy that's more associated with West-coast jazz as opposed to the ecstatic frenzy of the New York and Miami scene. The plush orchestra of burnished brass sails elegantly over the rumbling rhythms of congas, timbales, and percussion, resulting in an swooning, enticing affair that simmers more than it sizzles. The regal Dianne Reeves contributes some authoritative vocals on several tracks. She ups the ante of excitement on Clare Fisher's 'Morning' and seduces wonderfully on the sensuous, 'Darn That Dream.' As for the instrumentals, Sanchez keenly demonstrates his versatility as he moves from the party-flavored cha-cha on 'Subway Harry' to the sensational samba of 'Sambroso.'