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9 thoughts on “ Machito

  1. This restaurant is permanently closed. El Machito is the third dining concept from acclaimed chef, Johnny Hernandez. A celebration of all things meat, El Machito specializes in mesquite-grilled meats prepared in the traditional style of the carne asada of northern Mexico and estilo-campestre of Guadalajara.4/5(12).
  2. MachitoName Meaning Historically, surnames evolved as a way to sort people into groups - by occupation, place of origin, clan affiliation, patronage, parentage, adoption, and even physical characteristics (like red hair). Many of the modern surnames in the dictionary can be traced back to Britain and Ireland.
  3. August 1, • Machito emigrated to the United States in , after years of being a professional musician in Cuba. The timing was perfect, as Afro-Cuban jazz (a variety of Latin jazz) was on.
  4. Machito — Latin Soul Plus Jazz (aka Kenya) A real corker from Machito – a set that's got a lot more bite and earthy fire than some of his other albums of the 50s .
  5. Machito (Frank Grillo) came to New York City in and was a key figure in popularizing and expanding Latin music in the United States until his death in The film includes interviews and performances, film clips, still photographs and newsreel material.
  6. Jun 05,  · Machito Licensed to YouTube by The Orchard Music (on behalf of Timeless Records); CMRRA, BMG Rights Management (US), LLC, Sony ATV Publishing, UMPG Publishing, and 1 Music Rights Societies.
  7. Apr 24,  · Explore releases from Machito at Discogs. Shop for Vinyl, CDs and more from Machito at the Discogs Marketplace.
  8. Machito's bands of the s, especially the band named the Afro-Cubans, were among the first to fuse Afro-Cuban rhythms with jazz improvisation and big band arrangements. Machito was the front man, conductor, and maraca player of the Afro-Cubans and its successors while Bauza determined the character of the band.
  9. Machito (born Francisco Raúl Gutiérrez Grillo, February 16, –April 19, ) was a Latin jazz musician who helped refine Afro-Cuban jazz and create both Cubop and salsa music. He was raised in Havana with the singer Graciela, his foster sister.

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