Rivera, Mon - Mon Y Sus Trombones

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Sealed 1976 2nd Issue Of Allegre LPA 823 (Recorded In 1963). 5 Star Latin Jazz. “Born Efrain Rivera Castillo, 1925, Mayagüez, Puerto Rico, D. 12 March 1978, Manhattan, New York City, Usa. Band Leader, Singer, Composer, Multi-Instrumentalist Rivera Was A Pioneer Of The Trombone Front-Line In Latin Music; Some Say He Was The Pioneer, Whereas Others Maintain That Eddie Palmieri Was The Originator. However, It Is Probably Their Record Producer At The Time, Al Santiago (Founder Of Alegre Records), Who Deserves The Credit. Whoever It Was, The All Trombone Sound Influenced Band Leaders Like Willie Colón And Others, And Has Been Described As The Symbol Of Urban Salsa. Rivera Was Known As ‘El Rey Del Trabalengua’ (The Tongue Twister King) Because ‘... His Improvised Quips Would Delight Fans With His Clear Enunciation Of Rhymes And Alliterations Conjured Up At Bullet Speed And Perfectly Weaved In The Timing And Circumstances Of The Music” Aurora Flores, 1978.

Artist: Rivera, Mon Title: Mon Y Sus Trombones Genre: Jazz Type: New - LP Label: Vaya Catalog ID: JMVS 54 Country: USA Our ID: 67046
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