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is an album by vibraphonist and pianist Victor Feldman recorded in 1959 and released on the Contemporary label. Latinsville!_sentence_1

The album was re-released on CD in 2003 containing with five previously unreleased tracks from an earlier session. Latinsville!_sentence_2

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The Allmusic review by Matt Collar states: "Although artists such as vibist Cal Tjader and Dizzy Gillespie had been producing Afro-Cuban and Brazilian inflected jazz for a few years, the cross-pollination didn't really catch on until the '60s. Latinsville!_sentence_3

Consequently, Latinsville, while in no way as influential as say, Getz/Gilberto, is nonetheless a forgotten gem". Latinsville!_sentence_4

On All About Jazz Chris M. Slawecki observed "As a soloist, Feldman whisks through his ending to “Flying Down to Rio,” then his mid-song feature in “Cuban Pete” swings very deeply in Bags’ (Milt Jackson’s) bag. Latinsville!_sentence_5

He also dances brilliantly against the amazingly timed percussion melody of “Cuban Love Song.” But the musicianship of the other musicians—the percussionists and horn/brass soloists in particular, but also the bass and piano players—play as large a part in the excellence of this music as Feldman does". Latinsville!_sentence_6

Track listing Latinsville!_section_1

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  1. "South of the Border" (Michael Carr, Jimmy Kennedy) – 3:19Latinsville!_item_0_0
  2. "She's a Latin from Manhattan" (Harry Warren, Al Dubin) – 3:24 SpotifyLatinsville!_item_0_1
  3. "Flying Down to Rio" (Vincent Youmans, Edward Eliscu, Gus Kahn) – 2:59 SpotifyLatinsville!_item_0_2
  4. "Cuban Pete" (José Norman) – 2:51Latinsville!_item_0_3
  5. "The Gypsy" (Billy Reid) – 3:12Latinsville!_item_0_4
  6. "Poinciana" (Nat Simon, Buddy Bernier) – 3:38Latinsville!_item_0_5
  7. "Lady of Spain" (Tolchard Evans, Stanley Damerell) – 3:30Latinsville!_item_0_6
  8. "Spain" (Isham Jones, Kahn) – 3:00Latinsville!_item_0_7
  9. "Cuban Love Song" (Herbert Stothart, Dorothy Fields, Jimmy McHugh) – 3:33Latinsville!_item_0_8
  10. "In a Little Spanish Town" (Mabel Wayne, Sam M. Lewis, Joe Young) – 3:28Latinsville!_item_0_9
  11. "Fiesta" (Victor Feldman) – 2:56Latinsville!_item_0_10
  12. "Woody 'n You" (Dizzy Gillespie) – 3:30Latinsville!_item_0_11
  13. "Poinciana" [earlier take] (Simon, Bernier) – 5:36 Bonus track on CD reissueLatinsville!_item_0_12
  14. "Pancho" (Frank Rosolino) – 5:57 Bonus track on CD reissueLatinsville!_item_0_13
  15. "The Breeze and I" (Ernesto Lecuona, Al Stillman) – 3:21 Bonus track on CD reissueLatinsville!_item_0_14
  16. "Bullues Bullose" (Feldman) – 5:44 Bonus track on CD reissueLatinsville!_item_0_15
  17. "Lady of Spain" [earlier take] (Evans, Damerell) – 5:56 Bonus track on CD reissueLatinsville!_item_0_16

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  • Recorded in Los Angeles, CA on December 8, 1958 (tracks 13–17), March 2, 1959 (tracks 6, 8, 9 & 12), March 3, 1959 (tracks 5 & 10), March 20, 1959 (tracks 1, 3 & 7) and May 4, 1959 (tracks 2, 4 & 11)Latinsville!_item_1_17

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