Within one of the most complex musical categories ever, Cal Tjader quietly pioneered as a jazz vibraphonist, composer, arranger and bandleader from the s through the s. This life story of a humble musician also reveals his charisma. Tjader's legacy is attested to by his large audiences and his innovations that changed the course of jazz. Expanded and revised, this second edition now includes additional interviews and anecdotes from Tjader's family, bandmates and community, print sources, and rare photographs, presenting a detailed account of Tjader as well as the progression of Latin Jazz. For almost thirty years until his death in caused by a heart attack, Tjader was a universally respected Jazz artist, especially in Latin Jazz settings with his own band and jointly with pianists Charlie and Eddie Palmieri, Tito Puente and a host of others.
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Cal Tjader crafted one the sleekest and most distinctive sounds in Latin jazz. His cool, shimmering, jazz vibes, gliding fluidly atop fiery, hot Afro-Cuban rhythms, made for a sonic signature that helped introduce the genre into a mainstream audience. He grew up with them on the road, tap- dancing his way through early childhood. Later, the family settled down in San Mateo on the San Francisco Peninsula, and his father opened a dancing school.
Sixty-five years on this seminal album has been credited as the one Cal Tjader album that set the vibraphonist on a course that put him on the map of Latin Jazz. On this album, Mr. Cal Tjader is the arbiter of many good and different things, but most of all he has immaculate taste. He lives up to his reputation on this album; one on which he leads his quintet with precision throughout the twelve tracks recorded here. Small wonder why the vibraphonist was idolised by a small, but respectable coterie of musicians who recognised him for the passion and clarity of his playing.