Bronx in the Sixties: Jerry Gonzalez and his younger brother Andy frequented their neighborhood's street jams, which were powered by a soundtrack of Latin and Afro-Cuban rhythms. But at the same time, New York clubs such as the Colgate Gardens were featuring the hybrid Latin-jazz rhythms of Eddie Palmieri, Mongo Santamaría, and Cal Tjader. Going back to the source, the brothers Gonzalez soon became fascinated with the quirky rhythms... More >>>