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Musician

David Mengual

Album

Vertebrats

Label: Bebyne Records
Released: 2015
Track listing: CD 1: Canicas; En Patufet i sa Lletuga; L'Ira del Bosc; El Resumen; Guantanamo Cell Block No. 34; La Colonia de Formigues; Dimonis fent Foguerons; Cims Escarpats; Com Tu Vulguis; Tomatiga de Ramellet; Terapia No. 1 - Estrats Carabasses; Terapia No. 2 - Miranda Post Nuclear Sard Melody; Climbing The Robles Peak; Toni Melassa; Infant Out. CD 2: Infant In; Plaga de Ratas Siguendo a Flautista Enfermo; Las Cronicas de Saturno; Invisible Tune; Free Spirits Groove; Teo; La Tortuga Ferida; Iratxe; Perfrederic; Black Dog; Heartbreaker; Kashmir; Bouree en Mi Mineur; Blackbird; Little Wing; Hey Joe; Himne.

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Article: Album Review

David Mengual Free Spirits Big Band: Vertebrats

Read "Vertebrats" reviewed by Bruce Lindsay


This is a bit of a monster. The David Mengual Free Spirits Big Band is a big Big Band--27 musicians--with impressive musical scope, mixing improvisation with written charts, original pieces with tunes by some of the best known and most respected composers of the last 300 years. Vertebrats is the band's third album--a richly varied, ambitious ...

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Joan Chamorro and Andrea Motis: Feeling Good

Read "Feeling Good" reviewed by Bruce Lindsay


Feeling Good is well named: the feelgood vibe is strong and the love of music that reaches out from this album is pretty much guaranteed to leave listeners with a similarly good feeling. It's the second album from Joan Chamorro--bassist, saxophonist and director of Barcelona's Sant Andreu Jazz Band--and the band's star member, the teenage singer ...


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