Colors of Latin Jazz: Sabroso!

The Colors of Latin Jazz: Sabroso!

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There may never be a setting as beautiful or a locale as ideal as a breathtaking ocean view complete with the sounds of beautiful Latin jazz floating over the ocean breeze. The fifth CD in the Colors of Latin Jazz series sets the scene for a collection of contemporary, smooth jazz peppered with Latin rhythms and percussion. This CD is a musical hybrid that's at…  See more details below

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There may never be a setting as beautiful or a locale as ideal as a breathtaking ocean view complete with the sounds of beautiful Latin jazz floating over the ocean breeze. The fifth CD in the Colors of Latin Jazz series sets the scene for a collection of contemporary, smooth jazz peppered with Latin rhythms and percussion. This CD is a musical hybrid that's at once cool and smooth, yet hot and spicy! Up first is Jeff Linsky's beauty "Up Late," originally issued on Up Late by Concord Picante. His dynamic colors beckon the listener to "Come With Me," the second track sung and scatted by the inimitable Tania Maria on a cool samba just right for a hot day or night. Another smooth scorcher, "San Sabastian" by Ed Calle with special guest Arturo Sandoval is some of Sandoval's most melodic sax work bordered on all sides by the beauty of Spanish guitar, brass, and strings. The romance dance continues for six minutes and invites you to the captivating setting originally issued on Sunset Harbor. Manfredo Fest pays tribute to the smooth sounds of Brazil on "Agua De Beber" as Mongo Santamaria plays the all-time smooth tune "Smooth Operator" with a calypso beat surrounded by a bountiful bag of horns, bongos, and exciting percussion leading the flow of smooth jazz through your life. The nonstop beauty of the woodwinds float home on the wistful prevailing melodies from flutist Dave Valentin who is joined by tenor saxophonist Ed Calle. Along with Valentin, Calle is one of the most widely recorded Latin musicians in the U.S. Together they project a smooth contemporary style on "Embers" that crowns this collection with their sunny, upbeat sunshower that brilliantly portrays The Colors of Latin Jazz. Expect smooth beauty, romance, and peace on this enjoyable and exceptional display of rhythms handed down from the music angels of the south.

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Product Details

Release Date:
05/16/2000
Label:
Concord Records
UPC:
0013431530428
catalogNumber:
5304

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Album Credits

Performance Credits

Gerald Albright   Track Performer
George Duke   Track Performer
Pete Escovedo   Track Performer
Jeff Linsky   Track Performer
Tania Maria   Track Performer
Hendrik Meurkens   Track Performer
Arturo Sandoval   Track Performer
Dave Valentin   Track Performer
Manfredo Fest   Track Performer
Ed Calle   Track Performer
Claudio Roditi   Track Performer
Poncho Sanchez   Track Performer
Mongo Santamaría   Track Performer
Marcos Silva & Intersection   Track Performer

Technical Credits

Djavan   Composer
Sade Adu   Composer
John Burk   Producer
Alexis Davis   Director
Glen Barros   Producer
Michelle White   Illustrations

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