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|DE SOUZA, RAUL
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|CD: $12.98 (US) - ($11.68 with *discount)||BGP
|JAZZ: Brazilian trombone maestro Raul De Souza flits between jazz and funk with ease. He was a founder member of Bossa Rio with S‚rgio Mendes, while his late 70s Capitol albums are jazz-funk classics that filled floors around the world. "Colors", his first US album, is a fine example of 70s Brazilian jazz fusion. Produced by Airto Moreira, and featuring a star-studded line up of musicians including Cannonball Adderley, Jack De Johnette and Richard Davis, it blends straight jazz with the exotic rhythms of Brazil. Standout tracks include a funked-up version of Moacir Santos' 'Nana' and the jazz dance 'Festival' that features outstanding percussion work from Kenneth Nash.|
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|CD: $20.98 (US) - ($18.88 with *discount)||LA LICHERE
|INTERNATIONAL: The musical traditions of the Guyani Indians of Northeastern Argentina served as the training ground for Buenos Aires-born accordionist Ra£l Barboza, but his music reflects a more global view. A unique mix of Indian, European, and African influences, Barboza's tunes incorporate everything from tangos, mazurkas, and waltzes to natural sounds of the environment and wildlife. Features "Confidencial," "Cunum," "Canto a la Luna," "El Estibador," "Ferviente," "Tango Para" and others.|
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|CD: $15.98 (US) - ($14.38 with *discount)||OA2 RECORDS
|JAZZ: Percolating with a combination of Latin rhythms, bossa nova, swinging big band arrangements, traditional Venezuelan rhythms, and tender arrangements scored for strings, "Between Brothers" marks the dynamic solo debut of Venezuelan trumpeter Raul Agraz. Along with the electric talents of Dave Samuels, Paquito D'Rivera, Luis Perdomo, and Luisito Quintero, Agraz has created a dazzling set of music, dedicated to the musical brothers who came together to make the recording a reality. Beginning his professional career with the Venezuela Symphony Orchestra, the top call New York trumpeter has performed with Celia Cruz, Tito Puente, Oscar D'Leon, Mingus Big Band and The Vanguard Orchestra. "This guy is the definition of a trumpet player's trumpet player." - Oscar Hernandez|
||CON ZAPATO Y TODO
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|CD: $12.98 (US) - ($11.68 with *discount)||ROUND WHIRLED RECORDS
|JAZZ: Con Zapato Y Todo, means "shoes and all", this refers to the hybrid Afro-Peruvian music, that brings together the few remaining strands of African music in Peru with New World mixtures that emerged as a vibrant force in the 1960's. This CD reflects this "shoes and all" mixture of Afro Peruvian rhythms with jazz harmonies and melodies, looking at jazz through a Peruvian prism that refracts the sounds and creates interesting textures on well worn jazz classics, like Stella by Starlight and Black Velvet. The musicians reflect the diversity of the sounds featuring Peruvian heavyweights, veterans of Susana Baca's band, David Pinto on bass, Juan Medrano "Cotito" on cajon and Ernesto Hermoza on guitar with the esteemed guitarist and arranger Santiago "Coco" Linares. The recording is crowned by the presence of the diva of Lima's musica criolla, Cecilia Bracamonte and Peru's top sonero, Carlos Mosquera. They are joined by Latin jazz legend Jerry Gonzalez on trumpet and Argentine guitar virtuoso Hugo Wainzinger. For this CD Raul enlisted the help of veteran producer, Greg Landau (Susana Baca, Patato Valdes, Bobi Cespedes, Amadito Valdes, Maldita Vecindad, Pamela Rodriguez), who has produced six Grammy nominated Latin CD's.|
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