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EDDIE CANO AND HIS ORCHESTRA AÑO 1962 . A TASTED OF CANO (PALLADIUM RECORDS PLP 130)



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01 Tin tin deo - Chano Pozo (Ascap)
02 Adios - Madriguera (BMI)
03 Bernie´s tune -Miller (BMI)
04 Hava Nagilah
05 Panchero mambero -Cano (Ascap)
06 Guara cha cha - Lopez-Cano (Ascap)
07 Line for lyons - Mulligan (Ascap)
08 Nightingale - Cugat (Ascap)
09 La casita - Hernandez (Ascap)
10 I can - Cano (Ascap)
11 Baila Pachanga - Cano (Ascap)

MUSICOS;
EDDIE CANO, PIANO
FRED AGUIRRE, TIMBALES
CARLOS MEJIA, BONGOS, CONGAS
RAMON RIVERA, CONGAS
LOUIS VALIZAN, TRUMPET
TONY TERRAN, TRUMPET
ART VASQUEZ, TRUMPET
JOSEPH DOLNY, TRUMPET
TONY REYES, BASS
RAFAEL VASQUEZ, BASS
PAUL TOGAWA, DRUMS
Profile: Eddie Cano by John Child (John_Child@descarga.com)
Cano, Eddie (b 6 June '27, L.A., father Mexican, mother
Mexican-American; d 30 Jan. '88, L.A.) Latin jazz pianist,
leader, composer, arranger. Infl. by Noro Morales and Errol
Gardner, he developed an inimitable rhythmic style, drive and
ability to "lift" a band. Often in his numbers he'd switch
styles from Latin (with Latin rhythm section) to straight
jazz (accompanied by drum kit). Began classical piano studies
at age five; played bass in junior high school and trombone
in high school, where he became interested in jazz and
decided to turn pro; an uncle introduced him to Duke
Ellington's music; started working in local nightclub bands
'43, playing both Latin and American dance music. Joined US
Army '45, assigned to various military bands and completed a
course in six months at L.A. Conservatory of Music '46.
After his discharge he worked and toured with various bands
incl. Miguelito Valdés '48-9 based in NYC (recordings with
Valdés on SMC '49 compiled on Mambo Dance Session '94 on
Caribe); while in NYC, sat-in with bands of Tito Puente,
Machito, José Curbelo and Noro Morales, latter became a close
friend. Back in L.A. he sessioned with Les Baxter (La Sacre
du Suavage '52 on Capitol), Cal Tjader (Ritmo Caliente '55
and Demasiado Caliente '60 on Fantasy, latter incl. big band
arr. by Cano), Jack Costanzo (Mr Bongo '55 on GNP and Latin
Fever '58 on Liberty), Buddy Collette (Jazz Heat - Bongo Beat
'61 on Eros), others.
He sent a homemade demo tape to Shorty Rogers at RCA Victor
mid-'50s; Rogers liked what he heard and organised Cano's
signing to label; debut LP Cole Porter And Me '56 and
follow-up Duke Ellington And Me '57 collected on Duke
Ellington, Cole Porter And Me '93 in RCA Tropical Series
(Rogers co-prod.); then Deep In A Drum '58 (reissued in RCA
Tropical Series '93), prod. by Rogers, Time For Cha Cha Chá
'58, compilation The Best of Eddie Cano '62. Made Cha Cha Con
Cano c. '59 on United Artists. Switched to GNP to co-headline
with Costanzo on Dancing On The Sunset Strip c. '60 with
vibes player/ singer/ composer Tony Martínez and his
orchestra (recorded live at Hollywood's Crescendo club) and
Mucho Piano! c. '60 (reissued as A Taste of Cano ).
He signed with Reprise, but later complained of the artistic
constraints imposed by the label. Reprise debut Eddie Cano at
P.J.'s '61 incl. Grammy nom. US national hit single "A Taste
of Honey." (P.J.'s was a small after-hours club in West
Hollywood, which opened May '61; his quintet [formed '57]
began a residency there July '61 and became a big hit with
show business celebrities who flocked to see him.) Five more
LPs on Reprise followed: Here Is The Fabulous Eddie Cano ,
Cano Plays Mancini , Danke Schoen (mainly a compilation), The
Sound of Music And The Sound of Cano (live LP) and Broadway
Right Now c. '62-5. Appeared in the Jerry Lewis movie The
Nutty Professor '63. Changed to Atco for On Broadway '66 with
tenor saxist Nino Tempo; then Dunhill (a subsidiary of ABC)
for the exhilarating Brought Back Live From P.J.'s c. '67.
His recording career waned after '60s; released 30 Latin
American Favorites on Pickwick; sessioned on vibraphonist
Bobby Hutcherson's first Latin jazz outing Montara '75 on
Blue Note; played on Tell an Amigo '86 on Sea Breeze by
Rodríguez. Gigged with conguero Poncanic Musicians
Association (H.M.A.) '86-7 (H.M.A. Salsa/ Jazz Orchestra made
notable album California Salsa '91 on Sea Breeze); died
suddenly at age 60 shortly after successful heart surgery.
They are published on the Descarga website by kind permission
of Mr. Donald Clarke.
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