|Performer:||Tito Puente & His Orchestra|
|Title:||Live At The 1977 Monterey Jazz Festival|
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It was recorded during his band's triumphant appearance at the 1977 festival, the first of many he would make at the storied venue through the years. At the time, Puente was a respected, well-known Latin musician and bandleader, but had not yet started the string of chart-topping records and Grammy wins that would be coming his way. It could even be argued that Monterey helped make that happen, along with his equally successful shows at the Newport festival. After the introductory track, the nine musical tracks on Live At The 1977 Monterey Jazz Festival include some of Puente's best songs, and first up is the tune that would later be one of his biggest sellers, "Para los Rumberos.
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Tito Puente played the Monterey Jazz Festival for the first time in 1977, leading a big band that immediately ignited the crowd with his rousing "Para Los Rumberos
Live At The Monterey Jazz Festival 1977. Released by Universal Aug 2008 1 Tracks. Live At The Monterey Jazz Festival 1977 is a English album released on Aug 2008. This album is composed by Stevie Wonder. Live At The Monterey Jazz Festival 1977 Album has 1 songs sung by Tito Puente. Listen to all songs in high quality & download Live At The Monterey Jazz Festival 1977 songs on Gaana.
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|Introduction By Jimmy Lyons|
|Para Los Rumberos||5:58|
|Oye Como Va||6:17|
|Don’t You Worry ’Bout A Thing (Cha Cha Cha)||7:52|
|El Rey Del Timbal||4:57|
|MJFR-30700||Tito Puente & His Orchestra*||Live At The 1977 Monterey Jazz Festival (CD, Album)||Monterey Jazz Festival Records||MJFR-30700||US||2008|
|0888072307001||Tito Puente & His Orchestra*||Live At The 1977 Monterey Jazz Festival (CD, Album)||Monterey Jazz Festival Records||0888072307001||Europe||2008|