The National Magazine of the Successful American Latino: Poncho Sanchez Latin Spirits

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Release date: September 2001

Distribution: Concord Picante

Production: John Burk & Poncho Sanchez

With over 20 recordings with Concord under his belt, Grammy-winning percussionist Poncho Sanchez has come up with the goods with the explosive Latin Spirits album with its infectious rhythms and upbeat tempos. Sanchez’s music draws from the traditions of New Orleans, New York, and Cuba, infusing them with inspirational arrangements, simmering rhythms, and thunderous percussion. His recordings manage to stay fresh with talented special guests such as pianist Chico Corea, who performs a riveting rendition of Wayne Shorter’s “Ju Ju.”

“Tito in the City” is a fabulous tribute to the late Puente, and incorporates three of his legendary anthems, “Picadillo,” “Ran Karl Kan,” and “Mambo Diablo.” Simmer and burn with this master conguero.

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