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Roots Propaganda

Label: Deep Tone Records
Released: 2008
Track listing: Backstory; Canto de Xango; Nobody Knows You When You're Down and Out; Mambo pa' Kanoa; New Life The Limiter; Ochun; Moro Omim Ma; The Most Beautiful Thing; Roots Propaganda; Hard Times Killin' Floor Blues; Yorubonics.

Lo Que Somos Lo Que Sea

Label: Deep Tone Records
Released: 2008
Track listing: Rumba in the Bronx; A Danca Dos Santos; Happified; Clave 66; Absurdities and Atrocities; Manna; Guajira Santa; Boogie Down Broder; Toreja Kulo; Pedrito La Vaca

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Paul Carlon Octet: Roots Propaganda

Read "Roots Propaganda" reviewed by Chris M. Slawecki

"I am interested in combining all roots music," explains saxophonist, bandleader, composer, and educator Paul Carlon. “Not necessarily to make a point, but because I love it all. So I'm trying to take these disparate elements and put them into a jazz context." Carlon continues, “That was the idea behind Roots Propaganda. We need some propaganda ...

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The Paul Carlon Octet: Roots Propaganda

Read "Roots Propaganda" reviewed by Michael P. Gladstone

For his sophomore effort as a leader, multi-reed player Paul Carlon has found quite an interesting project. Roots Propaganda retains most of the musicians from his debut, Other Tongues (Deep Tone, 2006), and also the impression that each track represents a totally different shade of Latin jazz. Although only two albums have been released, ...

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Grupo Los Santos: Lo Que Somos Lo Que Sea

Read "Lo Que Somos Lo Que Sea" reviewed by Michael P. Gladstone

A spirited group of Latin jazz players called Grupos Los Santos offers its brand of music on Lo Que Somos Lo Que Sea, which translates to What We Are What Will Be . The title of the group could also be loosely translated to mean that they are not playing a singular type of music but ...

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Grupo Los Santos: Lo Que Somos Lo Que Sea

Read "Lo Que Somos Lo Que Sea" reviewed by Ernest Barteldes

Grupo Los Santos is a New York-based group that successfully looks at Latin and Brazilian jazz from an American point of view. The result is a mixed sonic bag that allows influences from funk and East Coast jazz into the music without compromising the general sound and feel. At their CD release concert ...

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Grupo Los Santos: Lo Que Somos Lo Que Sea

Read "Lo Que Somos Lo Que Sea" reviewed by David Miller

Grupo Los Santos is a unique band. Its music is Latin through and through, and yet the musicians come from varying backgrounds. Guitarist Pete Smith has played with Norah Jones, Donald Byrd and Andrew Hill; bassist Dave Ambrosio has recorded with Uzbek and Kyrgyz folk musicians; saxophonist Paul Carlon leads his own band, playing everything from ...

Other Tongues

Label: Deep Tone Records
Released: 2007
Track listing: Lucid Dreaming; Rumbatapestry; Smada; Street Beat; A Certain Slant of Light; Boogie Down Broder; Extraordinary Rendition; The Spirit Calls; Portals; Clave.

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Paul Carlon: Other Tongues

Read "Other Tongues" reviewed by Budd Kopman

If you are at all into Latin music in all of its rhythmic diversity, and furthermore like the fusion of that music with jazz, then you'll find saxophonist/composer Paul Carlon's Other Tongues to be a kick-ass album that will keep you moving from beginning to end while engaging the mind. To someone who ...

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The Paul Carlon Octet featuring Ileana Santamaria: Other Tongues

Read "Other Tongues" reviewed by AAJ Italy Staff

Attivo da oltre un decennio sulla scena jazz e latin-jazz di New York, il sassofonista e compositore Paul Carlon raduna per il suo debutto da leader un ottetto privo di nomi altisonanti, ma assolutamente funzionale al tipo di musica proposta in Other Tongues. Dunque altre lingue/linguaggi rispetto al jazz, che rimane il collante, il codice comune ...


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