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Label: Tzadik
Released: 2009
Track listing: Infinito Coming; Batida de Coco; In Vitrous; Kwanza; Noia; Adeus as Filhas; Coronation of a Slave Queen; Cantor Cuidadoso; Pro Flavio; Blindman; Infinito Going.


Released: 2009
Track listing: 1. Infinito (Coming), 2. Batida De Côco, 3. In Vitrous, 4. Kwanza, 5. Noia, 6. Adeus Às Filhas, 7. Coronation of a Slave Queen, 8. Cantor Cuidadoso, 9. Pro Flavio, 10. Blindman, 11. Infinito (Going).


Cyro Baptista’s Banquet of the Spirits: Infinito

Read "Infinito" reviewed by AAJ Italy Staff

Infinito, ultima fatica di studio del percussionista brasiliano Cyro Baptista, è un ottimo esempio di ciò che può succedere quando una tecnica impeccabile, un certo attaccamento alle proprie radici e un approccio musicale privo di preconcetti si incontrano. Il “banchetto degli spiriti" con cui Baptista si accomoda stavolta è composto da un mucchio selvaggio di musicisti ...


Cyro Baptista's Banquet of the Spirits: Infinito

Read "Infinito" reviewed by Joel Roberts

Multi-talented percussionist Cyro Baptista may have the most dazzlingly eclectic resumé in contemporary music. He's performed and recorded with mainstream jazzers like Herbie Hancock and Wynton Marsalis; downtown experimentalists like John Zorn and Laurie Anderson; pop icons like Sting and Paul Simon and major Brazilian stars like Milton Nascimento and Ivan Lins. And he may be ...


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