This sprawling, far-far-west dance hall regularly features Latin-music masters like the Hector Lavoe Review (of the storied Fania label), the Afro-Latin Jazz Orchestra, and vocalist Tito Nieves—he of. Call it Django or Gypsy jazz, Hot Club, swing or Manouche (another name for gypsy), it’s a style that hits you immediately—blazing, hard-picked runs played on a hyper-resonant, flat-top guitar. (The Fourth Ward Afro-Klezmer Orchestra comes to mind. Plus there are some…