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CAL TJADER and ARMANDO PERAZA!<br>Signed Lighthouse Trifold Pamphlet from 1960s

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Offered here is a great early to mid 60s trifold schedule/pamphlet from Howard Rumsey's legendary Lighthouse club, a top west coast jazz club in Hermosa Beach, California.

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It is signed by vibraphonist and drummer, Cal Tjader and legendary Latin percussionist Armando Peraza.

Cal Tjader was the most famous and respected of the non-Latino Latin band leaders who began his career as a drummer for the Dave Brubeck Trio in 1949. In the 50s Tjader started a Latin based combo that boasted such talents as Mongo Santamaria and Willie Bobo. During his career, Tjader also recorded sides with artists that included Stan Getz, Lalo Schifrin, Anita O'Day, Kenny Burrell and Donald Byrd.

Cuban born Armando Peraza was (and is) one of the most sought after Latin jazz and popular music percussionists in the business, having done work for artists as diverse as Eric Clapton, Herbie Hancock, Eartha Kitt, Wes Montgomery, Peggy Lee, and John McLaughlin. He is also a longtime member of the important Latin rock group, Santana.

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