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In 1962, two of the most influential and talented instrumentalists that Cuba ever produced were brought together. Saxophonist/clarinetist Paquito D'Rivera was invited to hear pianist Chucho Valdés at a local club in his Marianao neighborhood of South Havana. The two soon became a musical partnership that helped shape jazz in Cuba. Their paths would separate in 1980 when D'Rivera left Cuba. // Sixty years after their initial meeting, the pair has finally reunited to create a monumental new recording. Their I Missed You Too! Marks D'Rivera and Valdés's first recording since they were both members of Cuba's most influential jazz/fusion ensemble, Irakere.
In 1962, two of the most influential and talented instrumentalists that Cuba ever produced were brought together. Saxophonist/clarinetist Paquito D'Rivera was invited to hear pianist Chucho Valdés at a local club in his Marianao neighborhood of South Havana. The two soon became a musical partnership that helped shape jazz in Cuba. Their paths would separate in 1980 when D'Rivera left Cuba. // Sixty years after their initial meeting, the pair has finally reunited to create a monumental new recording. Their I Missed You Too! Marks D'Rivera and Valdés's first recording since they were both members of Cuba's most influential jazz/fusion ensemble, Irakere.
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Format: CD
Label: Sunnyside
Rel. Date: 07/22/2022
UPC: 016728456227

I Missed You Too!
Artist: D'Rivera, Paquito / Valdes, Chucho
Format: CD
New: In Stock $16.98
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DISC: 1

1. Mambo Influenciado
2. Mozart a la Cubana
3. I Missed You Too!
4. Pac-Man
5. Claudia
6. El Majá de Vento
7. El Día Que Me Quieras

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In 1962, two of the most influential and talented instrumentalists that Cuba ever produced were brought together. Saxophonist/clarinetist Paquito D'Rivera was invited to hear pianist Chucho Valdés at a local club in his Marianao neighborhood of South Havana. The two soon became a musical partnership that helped shape jazz in Cuba. Their paths would separate in 1980 when D'Rivera left Cuba. // Sixty years after their initial meeting, the pair has finally reunited to create a monumental new recording. Their I Missed You Too! Marks D'Rivera and Valdés's first recording since they were both members of Cuba's most influential jazz/fusion ensemble, Irakere.
        
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