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Papa Loves Mambo

by Paco Gatsby

Everybody, MAMBO!
Genre: Jazz: Latin Jazz
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1. El Bodeguero (Cha Cha)
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2:58 album only
2. Arráncame (Merengue)
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4:18 album only
3. Popurri Ozomatli (Reggae - Hip Hop)
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3:17 album only
4. Margarita (Merengue)
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4:01 album only
5. All The Things You Are (Cha Cha)
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3:09 album only
6. Popurri Hora (Soca)
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3:51 album only
7. Cecilia-María (Blues)
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3:19 album only
8. Papa Loves Mambo (Averonga)
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2:42 album only
9. Tiger Rag (Soca)
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4:06 album only
10. Moliendo Café
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3:26 album only
11. Sacramento Jubilee Theme (Swing)
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4:43 album only


Album Notes
New for 2005! Paco latest CD is packed with some of the coolest Latin music out there. Paco (Bob Porter) takes you on a Latin musical journey with a sampling of some of the hottest merengue, cha cha, soca music today. There's even blues and a new "popurri (medley)" of Grammy winning band, Ozomatli's Latin hip hop! If you missed Paco at the 2005 Sacramento Jazz Jubilee, you can still hear what he's done lately with "Papa Loves Mambo".

If you're looking for a sampling of the best Latin Music out there, you can find the very best on Paco Gatsby's CDs. Founded by trumpeter/arranger Bob Porter, whose credits range from Lassie and Laugh In to Kay Starr and more, a travelling pioneer for the Baha'i Faith who moved to Guatemala in 1970, set up camp and stayed there only to become one of their most recognized musicians and artists. His band, Paco Gatsby, performs regularly at the Sacramento Jazz Jubilee almost every year in May and they seem to be the highlight of the event, showcasing not only the top Latin hits, but some of Bob's Dixieland arrangements of Guatemalan folkloric classics such as "Ferrocarril de los Altos", mixed in with the latest merengue, salsa, cha cha and a whole lot more. What more could you ask for?

For more information in Guatemala, call 011-502-2369-9158, in the U.S. call 818-225-0082 or click email link below.


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Karen M. Campbell

"What more could you ask for?"
MORE! That's really all I could ask for with this group. Wonderful on CD, FANtastic in person. As long as they keep recording, I'll keep buying. If you haven't tried Paco, please do -- you won't regret it.