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Everlasting

Label: Red Records
Released: 2010
Track listing: Pecado Primero; Hello Albert; Donna Lee; Gesualdo's Tango; Temples Of Gold; Ay Caramba; Everlasting; Eeeyyeess; El Color De Mi Rythmo.

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The Jazz Tribe: Everlasting

Read "Everlasting" reviewed by Chris Mosey


The vogue for Latin jazz began in the 1940s when Dizzy Gillespie hired Cuban percussionist Chano Pozo to play in his big band. At the time, most critics dismissed it as a passing fad. However, percussionist Ray Mantilla, part of a “goodwill ensemble" Gillespie took on a tour of Castro's Cuba in 1977, is today elder ...

Album

Everlasting

Label: Red Records
Released: 2009
Track listing: 01. Pecado primero (Walrath); 02. Hello Albert (Watson); 03. Donna Lee (Parker); 04. Gesualdo’ s Tango (Walrath); 05. Temples of Gold (Mantilla); 06. Ay caramba (Watson); 07. Everlasting (Lundy); 08. Eeeyyeess (Lewis); 09. El color de mi rythmo (E. Martinez).

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The Jazz Tribe: Everlasting

Read "Everlasting" reviewed by AAJ Italy Staff


Il titolo del CD è un po' troppo pretenzioso, ma la musica proposta ha in sé l'irresistibile genoma del mainstream contemporaneo che dal bop di Parker ci porta fino all'afro-cuban jazz. Del gruppo originario venuto alla ribalta negli anni '90 rimane la triade Watson/Walrath/Mantilla, a tener in vita una formula rimasta immutata negli anni. Ma i ...

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Everlasting

Label: Tone Center
Released: 2004
Track listing: Here Comes the Sun; Kiss from a Rose; Interlude; Mortal; Ring of Fire; Wild Horses; Black Hole Sun; Fields of Gold; Kid Charlemagne; One Time; Tonight Tonight; Kiss of Life; Interlude; Red Rain.

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Rachel Z: Everlasting

Read "Everlasting" reviewed by Javier AQ Ortiz


If one has little sympathy for the jazzification of popular music, low tolerance for jazzified swinging musicality for its own sake, outright disgust for anything other than scorching tempos or abstraction for its own sake, derision for space and breaths of cooled musical air between the polarities of accessible depth and potent fragility, then one should ...

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Rachel Z: Everlasting

Read "Everlasting" reviewed by John Kelman


Deconstructing popular contemporary songs seems to be the current flavour of the month. From the Bad Plus' rock-heavy interpretations of the Pixies to Brad Mehldau's inventive look at Radiohead, artists are realizing that not only is there a wealth of modern material out there to replace the Great American Songbook, but the approach has resulted in ...


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