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Mano A Mano

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Mano a Mano

Label: Self Produced
Released: 2015
Track listing: Olive Oil; Cheek To Cheek; Voce e Eu (quartet version); Imagina; Skylark; Yesterdays; Cosmo Kramer; My One And Only Love; Four In One; Voce e Eu (duo).

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Mano a Mano: Mano a Mano

Label: Self Produced
Released: 2015
Track listing: 1. Olive Oil; 2.Cheek to Cheek; 3. Voce e Eu; 4. Imagina (duo); 5. Skylark; 6. Yesterdays; 7. Cosmo Kramer; 8. My One and Only Love; 9.Four in One; 10. Voce e Eu (duo version)

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Article: Album Review

Mano A Mano: Mano a Mano

Read "Mano a Mano" reviewed by Chris Mosey


Mano a mano is Spanish for hand to hand as in unarmed combat. Nowadays it is used in much the same way as the English expression head to head, and doesn't imply anything too serious. This is just as well because the two guitarists going hand to hand here are brothers. Bruno and ...

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Mano a Mano: Mano a Mano

Read "Mano a Mano: Mano a Mano" reviewed by Phil Barnes


It's all there in the cover photo--shot in black and white André and Bruno Santos gaze impassively back at the listener clutching their magnificent semi acoustic electric guitars (surely the classic jazz guitar look?), the modernity of their relaxed personal style contrasting with the sixties brutalist concrete geometric pattern behind them. Look closer and you notice ...

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Mano A Mano

Label: EmArcy
Released: 2011
Track listing: Yes; The Sidewinder; Then and Now; Mano a Mano; You and Me; Rice and Beans; Naima; No Left Turn; Alfonsina y El Mar; Rumba Pa' Tí.

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Michel Camilo: Mano A Mano

Read "Mano A Mano" reviewed by Larry Taylor


With Mano A Mano, Michel Camilo goes hands-to-hands in spirited exchange with conguero Giovanni Hidalgo, surely hearkening back to the pianist's Dominican/Afro-Cuban roots. This approach results in the great pianist tempering his style. His flamboyant virtuosity is mostly restrained; here, he is more subdued than bombastic. His playing, though, is just as effective, but in a ...


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