Il fascino caraibico non s,mette di ammaliare la scena del jazz. Dai lontani tempi dell’afrocuban bop di Gillespie sono transitati tanti protagonisti, fino ad arrivare a Edward Simon, David Virelles, Amaro Freitas

in questa puntata …


Edward Simon – Sorrows & Triumphs 


brani: : Incessant Desires, Uninvited Thoughts

formazione:  Edward Simon: piano, keyboards; David Binney: alto saxophone; Scott Colley: bass; Brian Blade: drums; Gretchen Parlato: vocals; Adam Rogers: guitars; Rogerio Boccato: percussion (tracks 3, 7); Luis Quintero: percussion (tracks 2, 4, 6); Imani WInds-Valerie Coleman: flute; Toyin Spellman-Diaz: oboe; Monica Ellis: bassoon; Mark Dover: clarinet; Jeff Scott: French horn.


David Virelles  Igbo Alakorin (The Singer’s Grove) Vol. I & II


brano: Tres Lindas Cubanas

formazione: David Virelles: piano, chorus; Alejandro Almenares: requinto, lead vocals, chorus; Emilio Despaigne Robert: lead vocals, chorus; Rafael Ábalos: timbal, Dona Enigüiro, chorus; José Ángel Martínez: bass; Lázaro Bandera: congas; Román Filiú: alto saxophone; René “La Flor” Domínguez: tenor saxophone; Baudelis Rodríguez: baritone saxophone; Baudelis Rodríguez: baritone saxophone; José Aquiles Virelles: chorus; Gabriel Montero: pailitas criollas, claves; John Benítez: bass.         Comp. Antonio María Romeu


Amaro Freitas  Rasif    

brani: Dona Eni, Vitrais; Afrocatu

formazione: Amaro Freitas: piano; Hugo Medeiros: drums, percussion; Jean Elton: double bass; Henrique Albino: baritone sax, flutes, clarinet.


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