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All Music Guide - Jonathan Widran
In terms of sheer technique, all of the aforementioned acoustic guitarists, Liebert included, pale in the shadow of Colombian-born Juan Carlos Quintero, who re-emerged after a five-year label limbo with a vibrant tour of his homeland, appropriately titled The Way Home. Whereas 1992's popular Through the Winds found him compromising his potent improvisational chops and strong composing skills in a setting where the electronics dominated, this time the many Latin grooves emerge more organically, from his love for Latin folkloric music and the effortless interaction with his longtime ensemble featuring pianist Joe Rotondi, bassist Eddie Resto, and a host of all-star ...
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All Music Guide - Jonathan Widran
In terms of sheer technique, all of the aforementioned acoustic guitarists, Liebert included, pale in the shadow of Colombian-born Juan Carlos Quintero, who re-emerged after a five-year label limbo with a vibrant tour of his homeland, appropriately titled The Way Home. Whereas 1992's popular Through the Winds found him compromising his potent improvisational chops and strong composing skills in a setting where the electronics dominated, this time the many Latin grooves emerge more organically, from his love for Latin folkloric music and the effortless interaction with his longtime ensemble featuring pianist Joe Rotondi, bassist Eddie Resto, and a host of all-star percussionists. He doesn't need any classical references and orchestral swells to create drama. Quintero can do the radio-friendly pop-flamenco thing as well as anyone, loping along casually on the tropical-flavored cruise "El Pueblo," but unlike Liebert, he challenges himself and Rotondi to jet off course and toss off a couple of bebop licks. More in character with Quintero's potential, however, are more polyrhythmic hybrid excursions like "Hermanos," which fuses fast and rumbling flamenco runs with folksy, twangy, country & western sensibilities, and the irrepressible, bongo-happy quartet piece, "Little Indians," which perfectly blends straight-ahead and pop flamenco flavors. Quintero also has a blast venturing into odd-metered, avant-garde territory on the jumpy closer "Porque Si."
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 9/9/1997
  • Label: SIZE 11 RECORDS
  • UPC: 765906741128
  • Catalog Number: 67411

Tracks

Disc 1
  1. 1 Libre (5:07)
  2. 2 Caminando (4:24)
  3. 3 El Pueblo (5:32)
  4. 4 The Way Home (5:03)
  5. 5 The Dance (4:44)
  6. 6 Hermanos (5:32)
  7. 7 Spring/For Vanessa (4:13)
  8. 8 Caribbean Sun Dance (4:41)
  9. 9 Little Indians (4:20)
  10. 10 Iporque Sil (4:35)
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Album Credits

Performance Credits
Juan Carlos Quintero Primary Artist, Primary Artist, Primary Artist, Guitar, Primary Artist
Angel Luis Figueroa Bongos, Conga, Guiro
Guillermo Guzman Guache
Munyungo Jackson Percussion, Drums, Tambourine, Whistle (Instrument), Shaker, Shekere
Alec Milstein Electric Bass
Ricardo "Tiki" Pasillas Conga, Maracas, Timbales, Tamboura, Whistle (Instrument), Bells, Shaker, Guiro, Maracones
Ron Powell Percussion, Bongos, Whistle (Instrument), Djembe, Cuica, Rainstick, Shaker, Udu
Eddie Resto Bass, Acoustic Bass
Joan Rotondi Piano
Walter Rodriguez Conga, Drums, Shekere
Technical Credits
Angel Luis Figueroa Percussion Arrangement
Dan Garcia Engineer
Guillermo Guzman Arranger, Producer, Engineer
Munyungo Jackson Percussion Arrangement
Ian William Keene Engineer
Alec Milstein Contributor
Ricardo "Tiki" Pasillas Percussion Arrangement
Juan Carlos Quintero Arranger, Producer
Doug Sax Mastering
Bobby Williams Engineer
Amy Bennick Graphic Design, Art Direction
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