|#||Release title||Total tracks||Type of release is||Imprint date||Label|
|1||Wild Party / Kiss Me Now Baby||2||Audio||1980||Rca|
|2||Wild Party / Kiss Me Now Baby||2||Audio||1980||Rca|
Tito Duarte (La Habana, Cuba, 1946 – Córdoba, Spain, 2003) was son of composer and conductor [a905528], who played with stars as [a129658] or [a99729], apart from working on RCA records. The family exiled from Cuba after Castro's revolution, going to Spain.
Tito Duarte played percussion, saxes, flutes, keyboards and bass guitar, apart from being a very good arranger as he showed on [a22856], band founded by [a266750] in 1971. Later he played with jazz musicians, backing Carles Benavent, Josep Mas "Kitflus", Jorge Pardo, Max Sunyer, Vlady Bas. He also played as session man: [a910530], [a1063304], [a521546], [a987039], [a97472],…
He recorded some solo albums: "Tito Duarte" (1979), a dance jazz album, or "Un directo... al sabor (1981), a more commercial release.