Roeper and Ebert just awarded a very enthusiastic two thumbs up to a new movie, "Calle 54", which features the top, most revered names in Latin jazz performing in a music studio. The language is Spanish, of course, with English sub titles. Featuring many closeups of the musicians, the movie is praised by Ebert as being even better than "Buena Vista Social Club", because it is dedicated purely to the musicians as they play and does not have the many cut aways to the personal lives of the musicians as in BVSC. One scene from the movie shown was of Tito Puente, whom both Roeper and Ebert called Tito Fuente. The scene clearly shows Puente's trademark tongue; it also clearly reveals the passion with which he was involved with his music and the other musicians. Anyway, because this is the Recordings folder, I checked out Amazon.com and the soundtrack is already available! It costs a cool $34.49 for one disc of sixteen songs, but I presume they are lengthy jams. Even if you don't see the movie, check out the soundtrack. It is certain to be an unforgettable tour de force. (Too, I bet this movie will not be shown in mainstream theaters, but it will be cool to get the video or DVD if and when it ever is released that way.) If you go to Amazon.com, there is also a detailed review of the movie in which the writer heaps praises on Fernando Trueba, the director and the musicians who appear in it and the choice of Latin styles played.