Pete Bax
LATIN ROCK DRUMS
By: Pete Bax
Catalog ID: 503548   Duration: 3:53   Tempo: Med Fast   BPM: 140   Vocal: Instrumental
Genre: Drum Music | Latin Drums and Percussion
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The three main categories of Latin Jazz are Brazilian, Cuban and Puerto Rican and today rock has to be added and a true universal style as been created. This is that world style acceptable everywhere it is very easy to loop and real studio session drummers have been used to get the real feel.   Keywords: bebop, blues, boogie, boogie-woogie, bop, fusion jazz, hot jazz, improvisational music, jive, ragtime, swing, latin, samba, bossa nova,



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Long Description: Latin Rock Drums, Drum Music, Latin Drums and Percussion, stock music sound effects, royalty free sound and stock music clips

Keywords: One of the contribution of Latins (Latinos in Spanish) to America, Latin jazz gained popularity in the late 1940s. Arguably the first Latin-influenced jazz song is Caravan, written by Juan Tizol and first performed in 1936. Dizzy Gillespie and Stan Kenton began to combine the rhythm section and structure of Afro-Cuban music, exemplified by Machito and His Afro-Cubans, whose musical director Mario Bauza created the first Latin jazz composition "Tanga" on May 31, 1943, with jazz instruments and solo improvisational ideas. "Tanga" was the first jazz composition based on clave rhythm. Bauza developed the 3-2/2-3 clave terminology and concept. On March 31, 1946, Stan Kenton recorded "Machito", written by his collaborator / arranger Pete Rugolo, which is considered by many to be the first Latin jazz recording American jazz musicians. Jazz is international but rhythm isn't it is very unusual for trained musicians in the west to understand Lat
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