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Travesuras

Label: ACT Music
Released: 2019
Track listing: Potro de Rabia y Miel; Oniria; Dream Of Mompou #1; Travesuras; Dream of Mompou #2; Alegrias pa Averio; La Comunidad; Dream of Mompou #3; Dream of Miles; Vengo de Moler; Dream of Mompou #4.

ARTICLE: SOCAL JAZZ

Maureen Choi: A Fusion of Passion and Intent

Read "Maureen Choi: A Fusion of Passion and Intent" reviewed by Jim Worsley

Maureen Choi is certainly not the first musician to find their way into the improvisational jazz world after years of training as a classical violinist. It was an unlikely direction for a woman who grew up with formal classical training and further had never really listened to jazz. Fast forwarding to the present, we now have ...

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Daniel Garcia: Travesuras

Read "Travesuras" reviewed by Jim Worsley

Opening with an expressive take on Paco de Lucia's “Potro de Rabia y Miel," the Daniel Garcia Trio (the pianist/leader with acoustic bassist Reinier “El Negron" and drummer Michael Olivera) displays the freedom of artistry and demeanor that establishes the tenor and mindset employed throughout the album. A song written for his mom, “Oniria," which translates ...


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