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David Sanchez: Cultural Survival

Read "Cultural Survival" reviewed by Brandt Reiter

Never one to play it safe, the adventurous Puerto Rican saxophonist David Sánchez has switched record labels, leaving Sony Music after a fruitful 11-year stint that culminated in a Latin Grammy for Coral, his 2004 CD of Latin classics with strings. He’s also revamped his band--out is longtime alto sax associate Miguel Zenón (who’s since emerged ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEWS

David Sanchez: Cultural Survival

Read "Cultural Survival" reviewed by Chris May

It's been almost four years since saxophonist David Sanchez released Coral (Columbia, 2004), the disc which marked the end of an eleven year relationship with Sony Music--and it's wonderful to have his big, singing, prolix tenor back, on song and kicking.



Sanchez has not been idle since Coral, touring extensively with his own band, ...