GRANT GREEN — The Latin Bit

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Album · 1963

Filed under Latin Jazz
By GRANT GREEN

Tracklist

A1 Mambo Inn
A2 Besame Mucho
A3 Mama Inez
B1 Brazil
B2 Tico Tico
B3 My Little Suede Shoes

Total Time: 39:02

Line-up/Musicians

Bass – Wendell Marshall
Congas – Patato Valdes
Drums – Willie Bobo
Guitar – Grant Green
Percussion [Checkere] – Garvin Masseaux
Piano – Johnny Acea

About this release

Blue Note – BN 4111 (US)

Recorded on April 26th and September 7th 1962 at Van Gelder Studios, Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey

Thanks to snobb, Abraxas for the updates

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