1. Album Art

    Manteca by The Red Garland Trio from Manteca (1990, Fantasy) album

    track #1

    Manteca" was co-written by Dizzy Gillespie and Chano Pozo in 1947. It was one of the first examples of Afro-Cuban influences being incorporated into mainstream jazz. The piece referred to racist tensions in America when Dizzy Gillespie is heard singing, “I’ll never go back to Georgia”. -quoted from wikipedia

    Red Garland, piano

    Paul Chambers, bass

    Arthur Taylor, drums

    Ray Barretto, conga

    Recorded in Hackensack, NJ; April 11, 1958

    Title
    Manteca
    Artist
    Red Garland Feat. Ray Barretto
    Album
    Manteca (Remastered) [Bonus Track Version]

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