Polyrhythms the great latin percussionists mike

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polyrhythms. The great latin percussionists Mike Carrabello andJose Chepito Areas are teamed with the solid Dave Brown onBass, and the amazing Michael Shrieve on drum set. Above this isthe penetrating sound of Gregg Rolie on the Hammond B-3Organ, and the latin-jazz inspired, very lyrical, blues touchedguitar work of Carlos Santana. The result is a most infectiouslatin-rock sound--one of the true listening pleasures in life.->Compare with Santana’s band songs with other band, this song
is more familiar to me. It sounds more new style.10. Listen to what Nathan Rubin describes as "a racially andsexually-integrated band (in which a white played drums and agirl played trumpet) commingled James Brown's funk and gospelexhilaration with Haight-Ashbury counterculture to produce amusic which might as well be called acid soul" - Sly and theFamily Stone. List any of the following characteristics (and othersyou may discover) as you listen to the two selections by Sly andthe Family Stone. Characteristics Call and response patterns?11. List what you hear (lyric content and delivery style,
use/application of specific instruments, specific genres of musicrecognized or influencing their music etc.) in each of these songsby The Doors:a) Alabama Songc) Light My Fire

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