Trío de Mario Patrón, Cuarteto de César Molina, Cuarteto de Héctor Hallal 'El Arabe', Orquesta de Estrellas
Reference: FSRCD 376
Bar code: 8427328603768
Jazz history began to be written in Mexico on March 5, 1954, the day on which well-known jazz critic Roberto Ayala organized and produced the first recordings of jazz to be recorded in the country by Mexican musicians as pianists Mario Patrón, Pablo Jaime, saxophonists "El Arabe", Tommy Rodríguez, Román López, trumpetist César Molina, bassist Vicor Ruiz Pasos, and drummer Tino Contreras.
From among all these jazz musicians Ayala made a rigorous selection of the most oustanding, the most authentic, to take part in the recording sessions. The result of that ambitious project we can hear on these two CDs (FSRCD 375 and 376). Today, 50 years later, one can see that their freshness has stayed alive, and the passage of time confirms the artistic quality of the young musicians who took part in them.
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