Chapter 2

Argentines into Latins:
The Jazz Histories of Lalo Schifrin and Gato Barbieri

pp. 46-47: Dizzy Gillespie, “Panamericana” from Gillespiana (1960)

pp. 47-48: Lalo Schifrin, Bossa Nova: New Brazilian Jazz (1962)

p. 51: Lalo Schifrin, “Mission Impossible Theme” (1966)

p. 56: Don Cherry, “A felicidade” (1966) [Note: This song is listed as “Orfeu Negro” on the linked video, as well as on the liner notes to the album, but the melody is clearly Jobim’s “A felicidade.”]

p. 57: Charlie Haden, “El Quinto Regimiento / Los Cuatro Generales / Viva la Quince Brigada” from Liberation Music Orchestra (1969) [Barbieri’s solo begins at 15:30.]

pp. 59-60: Gato Barbieri, The Third World (1969)

pp. 61-62: Gato Barbieri, “El Arriero” (1971)

p. 64: Gato Barbieri, “Juana Azurduy” from Chapter Two: Hasta Siempre (1973)

p. 65: Gato Barbieri, “Viva Emiliano Zapata” (1974)

p. 67: Gato Barbieri, “Europa” (1976)

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