Ray Mantilla is confirmed dead at the age of 85.
Ray was best known as a American percussionist.
RIP Ray Mantilla @TheTweetOfGod #TragicDeaths 💔💐 #RayMantilla add some flowers to their gravestone at
Ray Mantilla, Percussionist Who Blazed a Trail in Both Jazz and Latin Music, Is Dead at 85 http://
A moment of silence for Ray Mantilla - #RayMantilla #Ray #Mantilla #rip
@ni_soy_pastor Glad to see Bobby remembered and included that in his memorial piece on Ray. Ray Mantilla deserved…
@ni_soy_pastor ...but Ray B. had 337 recordings in Jazz, Candido had 330, and Ray Mantilla was #3 behind them with…
Been listening to Ray Mantilla all morning. RIP.
Ray Mantilla (June 22, 1934 - March 21, 2020)
Inspired by the nuevayorkinos project (a love letter to old school Latinx NYC), I wanted to share a photo of Latin…
RT @nprmusic: Ray Mantilla, a percussionist and bandleader who led a prolific jazz career for more than half a century, died on S…
RT @nprmusic: Ray Mantilla, a percussionist and bandleader who led a prolific jazz career for more than half a century, died on S…
RT @nprmusic: Ray Mantilla, a percussionist and bandleader who led a prolific jazz career for more than half a century, died on S…
RT @nprmusic: Ray Mantilla, a percussionist and bandleader who led a prolific jazz career for more than half a century, died on S…
RT @nprmusic: Ray Mantilla, a percussionist and bandleader who led a prolific jazz career for more than half a century, died on S…
RT @nprmusic: Ray Mantilla, a percussionist and bandleader who led a prolific jazz career for more than half a century, died on S…
RT @nprmusic: Ray Mantilla, a percussionist and bandleader who led a prolific jazz career for more than half a century, died on S…
Ray Mantilla, a percussionist and bandleader who led a prolific jazz career for more than half a century, died on S…
Ray Mantilla, Percussionist Who Blazed a Trail in Both Jazz and Latin Music, Is Dead at 85 http://
Another legend of Latin music gone.
Another one of our musical brothers has joined the Great Big Band in the sky. R.I.P. Ray Mantilla.
Track Name "Comin' Home Baby" Artist "Ray Mantilla" Album "High Voltage" start time : 10:39am
Ray Mantilla
Born (1934-06-22) 22 June 1934 (age 85)
New York City, New York, U.S.
GenresJazz, Latin jazz
Occupation(s)Musician
InstrumentsDrums
Years active1950s–present
LabelsInner City, Red, Savant
Associated actsM'Boom, Max Roach, Art Blakey, Jazz Tribe
Raymond Mantilla (born June 22, 1934- passed March 21,2020) is an American percussionist. Italian interview on www.micaribe.it and published on italian' monthly Musica Jazz, marzo 2018.
Contents
1 Biography
2 Discography
2.1 As leader
2.2 As sideman
3 References
Biography
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Discography
As leader
Mantilla (Inner City, 1978)
Hands of Fire (Red, 1984)
Synergy (Red, 1986)
Dark Powers (Red, 1988)
The Next Step (Red, 2000)
Man-Ti-Ya (Savant, 2004)
Good Vibrations (Savant, 2006)
The Connection (Savant, 2013)
High Voltage (Savant, 2017)
As sideman
With Mose Allison
1994 The Earth Wants You
1997 Jazz Profile
With Gato Barbieri
Chapter Three: Viva Emiliano Zapata (Impulse!, 1974)
Yesterdays (Flying Dutchman, 1974)
With Ray Barretto
1961 Barretto Para Bailar
1963 Latino! & Afro-Jaws
1973 Carnaval: Latino!/Pachanga with Barretto
With Joe Beck
Beck & Sandborn (Columbia, 1975)
Beck (Kudu, 1975)
With Walter Bishop Jr.
Cubicle (Muse, 1978)
With Art Blakey
Child's Dance (Prestige, 1972)
In My Prime Vol. 1 (Timeless, 1977)
In My Prime Vol. 2 (Timeless, 1977)
With Teresa Brewer
1982 Midnight Cafe (A Few More for the Road)
1984 Live at Carnegie Hall & Montreaux, Switzerland
1983 I Dig Big Band Singers
With Kenny Burrell
1991 Sunup to Sundown
1998 Kenny Burrell and the Jazz Giants
With Joe Chambers
The Almoravid (Muse, 1973)
New World (Finite, 1976)
With Richie Cole
New York Afternoon (Muse, 1977)
1977 Alto Madness
1986 Pure Imagination
1996 West Side Story
1998 Richie & Phil & Richie
2006 Rises's Rose Garden
With Larry Coryell
1975 Basics (1968–1969)
1979 Return
2002 Birdfingers
With Joe Farrell
Canned Funk (CTI, 1975)
With John Hicks
Sweet Love of Mine (HighNote, 2006)
With Morgana King
1998 Looking Through the Eyes of Love
2000 Tender Moments
With Herbie Mann
Flute, Brass, Vibes and Percussion (Verve, 1959)
The Common Ground (Atlantic, 1961)
The Family of Mann (Atlantic, 1961)
Herbie Mann at the Village Gate (Atlantic, 1962)
Herbie Mann Returns to the Village Gate (Atlantic, 1963)
Our Mann Flute (Atlantic, 1966)
Discothèque (Atlantic, 1975)
Waterbed (Atlantic, 1975)
With M'Boom
Collage (Soul Note, 1984)
To the Max! (Enja, 1990–91)
Live at S.O.B.'s New York (1992)
With Jack McDuff
Magnetic Feel (Cadet, 1975)
With Jimmy McGriff
The Groover (JAM, 1982)
With Bob McHugh
1994 Manhattan Sunrise
2003 Another Sunrise
With Charles Mingus
1978 Cumbia & Jazz Fusion
1979 Me, Myself an Eye
1981 Something Like a Bird
With James Spaulding
Gotstabe a Better Way! (Muse, 1988 )
With Jeremy Steig
Monium (Columbia, 1974)
Temple of Birth (Columbia, 1975)
Firefly (CTI, 1977)
With The Players Association
1980 We Got the Groove
1998 The Players Association/Turn the Music Up!
With Mickey Tucker
Mister Mysterious (Muse, 1978)
With Cedar Walton
Mobius (RCA, 1975)
The Pentagon (East Wind, 1976)
Soundscapes (Columbia, 1980)
Roots (1997)
Latin Tinge (HighNote, 2002)
The Bouncer (HighNote, 2011)
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