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Joshua Trinidad

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Internationally renowned trumpeter, Joshua Trinidad was born and raised in the United States (Denver, Colorado). His recorded music can be heard globally with artists such as Sage Francis, Lee Konitz, Nathaniel Ratliffe, and soundtrack music for Ken Burns's documentary, "Vietnam". Joshua also composed a soundtrack to the photography of New York photographer Chris Buck, that include iconic photos of Bjork, Robert Kennedy Jr and Harry Dean Staton. Over the past few years Joshua has performed with BadBadNotGood, The Mars Volta, Ikey Owens, Cake, Karl Denson, OK Go, The Colorado Wind Ensemble, George Clinton, The Bad Plus, Rudy Royston, Mike Brown, David Cieri and many others

Album

In November

Label: RareNoiseRecords
Released: 2018
Track listing: Bedside; Bell (Hymn); Bell (Lullaby); Feathers; Giske; In November; Kin; Morning Flight; Poem; The Attic; Torreon.

Article: Album Review

Joshua Trinidad: In November

Read "In November" reviewed by Alberto Bazzurro


Settimo album a nome del trentaquattrenne trombettista di origine messicana (in realtà è nato e vive a Denver) Joshua Trinidad, inciso in Norvegia nel novembre 2015 con musicisti appunto norvegesi (che peraltro collaborano con lui da tempo). Una certa sonorità nordica, controllata, parsimoniosa, evocativa, sta in effetti alla base del disco, che tuttavia è contrassegnato da ...

Album

Invention

Label: Self Produced
Released: 2006


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