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The Roots of Timba, Pt. III - 1977

1977

January: Ritmo Oriental recorded 7 more tracks immediately after the album we just studied, including:

• the singing/songwriting debut of Tony Calá, El son de Claro (source)
Al que le tocó le tocó (source), quoted by Issac (source) and others
• the tragically never-reissued Yo no me equivoco [write EGREM]
• La Ritmo's take on Beethoven's 5th - La quinta [write EGREM]

cuban music, musica cubanaSpring: Irakere released its second studio album, the first with Paquito D'Rivera and Arturo Sandoval. Some highlights:

Chéquere-son (source) featured a seamless Cubanization of Charlie Parker's bebop classic Billie's Bounce (source), paving the way for the rapid-fire hornlines that NG La Banda would call los metales de terror.
Juana 1600's
(source) Another of Irakere's more successful fusions was funk with batá.

Xiomara (source) -- Combining the metales de terror idea with the first recording of the scorching hot rumba dance groove to which timba owes such a debt.cuban music, musica cubanaJuly: Orquesta Aragón -- The all-time greatest traditional charanga orquesta released the second LP of their brief but wonderful foray (source) into the experimental 70s scene. They called their new style cha-onda (source) and it continued to influence groups like Maravilla de Florida and later, the timba movement, long after Aragón had returned to its more traditional roots.

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