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Duende Libre

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The Dance She Spoke

Label: Self Produced
Released: 2020
Track listing: Hush (Dawn); Fefo; Dansa; N'gri; Echoes; Mendiani; Lafe; You Gotta Go; Hush (Twilight).

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Duende Libre: The Dance She Spoke

Read "The Dance She Spoke" reviewed by Paul Rauch


It has often been said that art is all about risk, and there certainly is a lot of truth to that statement. There is no greater forum in modern art for risk than jazz music, the degree of that factor being multiplied exponentially when linking or fusing it with other musical styles. In the case of ...

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Global Fusions and African Connections

Read "Global Fusions and African Connections" reviewed by Geno Thackara


Whatever may be going wrong in the world, there are always some figures (especially artists) out there reminding us of the importance of community and celebration. Without making a direct statement on the strange circumstances of 2020, this batch of recordings nonetheless offers just the kind of vibrant affirmation the times need. Duende Libre ...

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Drift

Label: Self Produced
Released: 2019
Track listing: Zephyr; Drift; Spain; Subway; Choro; Kiki, Bosphorus.

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Duende Libre: Drift

Read "Drift" reviewed by Paul Rauch


Duende Libre is an energetic trio of Seattle musicians utilizing the American jazz tradition as a jumping off point for exploration of global musical forms. The creative vision for the band is perhaps that of pianist/composer Alex Chadsey, yet it is his two mates, drummer/percussionist Jeff Busch, and uber bassist Farko Dosumov that bring his musical ...

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Duende Libre

Label: Self Produced
Released: 2017
Track listing: Rio Pescadores; Forgotten Well; Michel; Funknation; Razzle Dazzle; Sevilla; Moon Waltz; For The Rekkerd; Salif; Still; Sinister Minister.

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Duende Libre: Duende Libre

Read "Duende Libre" reviewed by James Nadal


As world music proliferates into the mainstream, there are countless musicians attempting to capture its exotic rhythms and enticing melodies, some succeed, others falter. Taking their name from a Federico Garcia Lorca lecture on artistic inspiration and creation, Duende Libre's self-titled release manages to incorporate some of the essence of world music in what they term ...


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