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Cuban Jazz Funk

Label: Alafia Music
Released: 2001
Track listing: Descarga Palmieri; Sunrise; Zorro

Cuban Jazz Funk

Label: Alafia Music
Released: 2001
Track listing: Descarga Palmieri, Sunrise, Zorro's Rollercoaster, In The Moment, Citizen Of The World*, Sieston, Meditation

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Miguel Romero: Cuban Jazz Funk

Read "Cuban Jazz Funk" reviewed by AAJ Staff

In Cuba, where musical studies take on the force of a “calling" in spite of the political insensitivity to the arts, the spirit of the music comes through with a pulse created from polyrhythmic complexity. The mystery of the music is how the combination of different and sometimes opposing rhythms, often non-notatable, can combine into a ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Romero: Cuban Jazz Funk

Read "Cuban Jazz Funk" reviewed by Todd S. Jenkins

OnCuban Jazz FunkMiguel Romero hand-crafts a tasty Latin-jazz fusion that breathes fresh new life into an often stale art form. This ensemble grabs ears from the very first tune, as powerful conga beats are hammered out beneath Romero’s stylish piano ostinatos and Larry Jackson’s warm tenor sax. After a couple of minutes of simmering, new images ...

Cuban Jazz Funk

Label: Alafia Music
Released: 2000


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