The other day, I noticed two things about my music collection: 1. I like Latin jazz music a lto 2. I barely own any I love Dizzy Gillespie (who doesn't?), including his Latin-flavored material: Cubana-Be, A Night In Tunisia, etc. I also have a 3 CD compilation of Tito Puente which I rather enjoy and two Arturo Sandoval CDs. I also have two Gonzalo Rubalcaba CDs, though he's more of a jazz musician who is Latin, not a Latin-jazz musician. I just picked up a CD by Cal Tjader. It's nice, but mellower than I had hoped for. I'm looking for some really hot, Afro-Cuban type Latin jazz with lots of horns, percussion, and excellent musicianship- in the spirit of Gillespie's Big Band playing A Night In Tunisia. Anybody got any recommendations?