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Tom McCormick: South Beat

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A fixture in the south Florida jazz scene for over twenty-five years, saxophonist, composer and arranger Tom McCormick presents his first album as leader on the swinging South Beat, containing a dynamic blend of Latin and Brazilian-tinged jazz with a touch of funk and a sprinkle of the smooth jazz style. A graduate of the prestigious ...

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Federico Britos: Hot Club of the Americas

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Violinist extraordinaire Federico Britos originally from Montevideo, Uruguay and affectionately referred to by his close friends as “Federico the Uruguayan"--state's one of his closest colleagues, Paquito D'Rivera--has always had a particular affinity for the music of Django Reinhardt, Stephane Grappelli and the renowned Hot Club of France. Britos pays tribute to the music of that era ...

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Valeria Proano: Retrato En Blanco Y Negro

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Valeria Proaño began her professional singing career at the age of 15 and for the past 16 years has been performing in the U.S. and around the world, singing jingles for TV and radio as well as performing as backup vocals for major Latin music artists. Retrato En Blanco Y Negro (portrait in black and white) ...


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