Vulgar Cowboy":3vjem4e1 said:Hey compadres I'm new in here and i was wondering if you guys can spair a moment to think what Latin albums your started drumming to..
mostly samba and and stuff more active than bossa..
Wow! When Chuck Silverman shows up to answer your post, you should go straight to his advice and start there!Chuck32":rg1wp8pn said:go to http://chucksilverman.com/cdrecs.html
for a list of some great CDs. A bit "old school" but absolutely worth investigating. What's really important is to listen to this music with someone who can explain to you what's going on; who's playing what, what the rhythms are, how they fit, how they fit with the clave. This is super important.
Hope this helps and please do let me know if you need any more focused assistance. It's a pleasure.
agreed! My first memories of me listening to latin music was when my parents used to put Santana's oldies in the car.meddlejordison":1dr1tp69 said:I don't know if you guys will go for this. But if you want to hear some amazing Latin percussionists just listen to Santana!! Soul Sacrifice is an amazing percussion song!