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Tom McCormick: South Beat

Read "South Beat" reviewed by Edward Blanco

A fixture in the south Florida jazz scene for over twenty-five years, saxophonist, composer and arranger Tom McCormick presents his first album as leader on the swinging South Beat, containing a dynamic blend of Latin and Brazilian-tinged jazz with a touch of funk and a sprinkle of the smooth jazz style. A graduate of the prestigious ...

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Federico Britos: Hot Club of the Americas

Read "Hot Club of the Americas" reviewed by Edward Blanco

Violinist extraordinaire Federico Britos originally from Montevideo, Uruguay and affectionately referred to by his close friends as “Federico the Uruguayan"--state's one of his closest colleagues, Paquito D'Rivera--has always had a particular affinity for the music of Django Reinhardt, Stephane Grappelli and the renowned Hot Club of France. Britos pays tribute to the music of that era ...

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Percussionist Edwin Bonilla Releases "El Elegido"

Percussionist Edwin Bonilla Releases "El Elegido"

Miami, FL: Sonic Projects is proud to present Grammy and Latin Grammy Award nominee Edwin Bonilla's latest release “El Elegido." What better way to continue his outrageously successful, Grammy Nominated hot salsa album “Homenaje a los Rumberos" than with this amazing single and soon to be released album! His previous production received outstanding reviews from renowned ...

Homenaje a los Rumberos

Label: Sonic Projects Records
Released: 2010
Track listing: La Melodía; Yambú Matancero; Ritmo de Abacuá "Intro"; Canto Abacuá, Timbalero Suena; Ella Está en otra Rumba; Homenaje a los Rumberos; Adivíname y Olvídate; No Hay Quién se Aguante.

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Edwin Bonilla: Homenaje a los Rumberos

Read "Homenaje a los Rumberos" reviewed by Javier AQ Ortiz

Homenaje a los Rumberos is a hyper-swinging and high-octane danceable salsa recording by Edwin Bonilla, that truly takes dancers as its true North. Bonilla, who keeps an awfully busy schedule performing and working as a first-call studio percussionist for quite a broad assortment of groups and figures, became a darling of the international salsa DJ scene ...

Edwin Bonilla: Pa

Label: SAR/Guajiro
Released: 2004

Edwin Bonilla: Pa

Read "Edwin Bonilla: Pa" reviewed by Javier AQ Ortiz

Edwin Bonilla Pa' La Calle SAR/Guajiro 2004 Pa' la calle, as its preceding two productions for the SAR/Guajiro label, was minutely conceived for the international dancing community and those who cater to them. The majority of DJs in dance clubs, from Israel to Hong Kong, will once more ...

Edwin y su Son

Label: SAR/Guajiro
Released: 2002
Track listing: 1. Las islas del sabor 2. Si te vas no me muero 3. Si te busco en el baile 4. Consulta en Guanabacoa 5. Carmen La Ronca 6. Son de mi tierra 7. Mi Son 8. Si t

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Edwin Bonilla: Edwin y su Son

Read "Edwin y su Son" reviewed by Javier AQ Ortiz

The betting kind would be wise to put their money on the fascinating results of a study of the neurological effects of music such as this. Indeed, captive audiences throughout Europe, Japan, the Americas and Africa have experienced a matchless neural realignment after listening to this album. A French Canadian television special, honoring Benny Moré, featured ...


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