101 Montunos + 2CDs (Anglais) Couverture à spirales – 1 juin 2005
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I've found it very helpful for learning patterns applicable to son, guaracha, bomba, plena, merengue, cha cha cha, 6/8, and more, plus the relation of the patterns to clave and how to vary patterns "properly" based on clave! To me, and many musicians I'm sure, this is what counts when buying a book focused on PLAYING music. I find the book easy to follow and logical in presentation of how these patterns evolved from early son to other styles (and yes, the author DOES mention that the word "salsa" is steeped in controversy, if that is important in establishing credibility ... you wouldn't know this from the other reviews posted here). The audio clips found on the two included CDs are a bit short but they do the job to give a sense of the patterns as notated in the book.
Keep in mind that the author of this book has played with and arranged for some of the greats: Tito Puente, Cachao, Giovanni Hidalgo ... whatever anyone else has to say about how background information is presented, they can't argue with Mauleon's experience. As I said before, you want to learn how to play this style, this book WORKS. I recommend it if you want a practical guide to learning Latin piano patterns, and want to get playing!
Btw, the montuno patterns the piano player uses on the Latin Bass Book are amazing compared to these. The CD is the bomb. I could listen to it even if I weren't trying to learn it. I wish there were transcriptions for the piano, but its just for bass. For the piano player who doesnt mind transcribing montunos by ear, The Latin Bass Book is a much better bet. And you can pan the piano side!!