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Eleven Drums Songs

Label: Leo Records
Released: 1999

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Ramon Lopez: Eleven Drums Songs

Read "Eleven Drums Songs" reviewed by Glenn Astarita

Ramon Lopez hails from Spain and resides in Paris, France where he teaches Indian music at the Paris Conservatory and performs in the “National Orchestra du Jazz”. On “Eleven Drums Songs” we are treated to a very comprehensive and entertaining display of technical virtuosity showcasing Lopez’ talents. No, not another egotistical display of chops by a ...

Eleven Drums Songs

Label: Leo Records
Released: 1998

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Ramon Lopez: Eleven Drums Songs

Read "Eleven Drums Songs" reviewed by Robert Spencer

Since Anthony Braxton recorded his groundbreaking For Alto in the late Sixties, all the instruments of the standard jazz ensemble have been the focus of solo albums. Peter Kowald has even recorded an acclaimed album of solo bass, and it is not alone as a solo bass recording. But rarest of all are all-percussion albums. The ...


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