This 1964 album for Decca marked a bit of a departure for vibraphonist Dave Pike, whose previous recordings had been straight-ahead jazz.
Obviously, this is a Latin album, but one that is composed mainly of Pike originals rather than Latin standards. And it's one that appeals to a wide audience -- to those listeners who fancied jazz, latin music, exotica (think Martin Denny) and easy listening. So-called "good music" stations of the day were probably -- or at least should have been -- all over this one.
Manhattan Latin benefits from the presence of flautist Joseph Grimaldi, Hubert Laws on piccolo and tenor sax, latin percussionist Willie Bobo, trumpeter Dave Burns and a young Chick Corea on piano. Listen to and download the leadoff track, Baby, from the link below. The MP3 is from vinyl.
Manhattan Latin is ready available on CD and as a download. I've seen used copies of the CD advertised recently for under $5. Amazon Marketplace is probably your best bet for a used CD.
Another sample from Manhattan Latin, via YouTube. La Playa was composed by Chick Corea. Accompanied by photo slide show.