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Jorge Durán y su Jalea de Mambo - Jalea de Mambo (7", Enlace Funk, 2015)



Based in Madrid, Spain and led by vibraphonist Jorge Durán, Jalea de Mambo gathers musicians from Venezuela, Cuba, Colombia and Spain. they're quite unique on today's scene, with their sound bringing back the latin-American jazz spirit of the golden 1950's mambo. Fresh & swinging, this 45 is all about sunshine retro vibes. Another great find from Spanish collective, label & magazine Enlace Funk!


Jorge Duran y su Jalea de Mambo
Jorge Durán y su Jalea de Mambo - Jalea de Mambo
(7") Enlace Funk EF-57, 2015-02-23

Tracklisting :
A1. Intro Mamblues 0:41
A2. Sabor 3:49
B1. Linda Chicana 4:39
B2. Ariñañara 3:38

Links :
Buy digital on bandcamp
Buy 45 on enlacefunk.com/shop or juno.co.uk
Jalea de Mambo : official | bandcamp | facebook | juno | soundcloud | twitter | vimeo | youtube
Enlace Funk : official | blogspot | discogs | facebook | twitter | youtube

Band Members :
Jorge Durán - Vibraphone
Alejandro Fernández - Flute
Miguel Simancas - Piano and Rhodes
José Vicente Muñóz - Bass
Jaime Vázquez - Congas
Juanito Viera - Timbal
Angelito Herrera - Bongo and Cowbell
Special Guests on Ariñañara :
Tony Molina - Trumpet
Johny Aguilar & Jaime Rincones - Vocals






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