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Paquito D’Rivera - alto and soprano saxophone, clarinet, bandleader, recording artist, composer. Paquito D’Rivera is a stellar example of the marriage of Latin American music and jazz. A Grammy winning, best selling artist with more than thirty solo albums to his credit, he is equally luminous on the soprano or alto saxophones, and clarinet. He is a genuine musical sophisticate with a broad span of endeavors and achievements. Born on the island of Cuba June 4, 1948, Paquito D’Rivera began his career as a child prodigy. A restless musical genius during his teen years, Mr. D’Rivera created various original and ground-breaking musical ensembles
Label: Paquito Records and Sunnyside Records
Track listing: Mambo Influenciado by Chucho Valdés Mozart a la Cubana by Chucho Valdés I Missed You Too! by Paquito D’Rivera Pac-Man by Hilario Durán Claudia by Chucho Valdés El Maja de Vento by Chucho Valdés and Paquito D’Rivera El Día Que Me Quieras by Carlos Gardel
By Jackie Ryan
Label: OpenArt PRODUCTIONS LLC
Track listing: 1 El Día Que Me Quieras the Day That You Love Me; 2 Sabor a Mí Taste of Me; 3 Maria Elena Maria Elena; 4 Noche De Ronda Night Rounds; 5 Contigo Aprendí I Learned With You; 6 Perfidia Treachery; 7 Nosotros We; 8 Siboney Siboney; 9 Caminito Little Street; 10 Quizás, Quizás, Quizás Perhaps, Perhaps, Perhaps
by Jane Kozhevnikova
Emilio Solla is an Argentinian, New York-based pianist and composer who mixes classical, jazz, and tango idioms. He has received two Grammy nominations and won a Latin Grammy Award for Puertos: Music From International Waters (Avantango Records, 2019). He has recorded eleven albums as a bandleader and more than forty music projects in different capacities.
by Edward Blanco
Pianist, composer and multi-instrumentalist Alex Brown delivers his second solo album and follow up to his amazing debut album, Pianist (Sunny Side, 2010), with the audacious The Dark Fire Sessions comprised of nine superb original compositions of all rhythm-based music without horns or brass. The album contains a delicious taste of the Latin, Afro-Cuban and south ...
by Karl Ackermann
The music of the Iberian Peninsula is as rich and diverse as any in the world. Its influences are many yet it developed in the pre-global bubble of geography. Early music of the peninsula was impacted by much of the known world in the primeval period and the Middle Ages. The peninsula was isolated by the ...
by Joe Dimino
On the final episode of 2021, we profile the author of Black American Music, Nicholas Payton. We also look at a collection of musicians that made the world of jazz a memorable one in 2021. They include Charlie Ballantine, Beth McKenna, Alex Brown and Angel Roman. Additionally, we profile the musicians who make these musicians who ...
by John Kelman
When pianist, keyboardist, synthesist and composer Lyle Mays passed away at the far too young age of 66 following a long battle with a recurring (but, to this day, undisclosed) illness in February 2020, it was a major loss for his fans. It was an especially deep body blow to those who'd followed his decades-long work ...
by Jack Bowers
Whenever an obstacle presents itself--even one as devastating and disruptive as a global pandemic--it's a sure bet that musicians will find a way around it, a way to keep making music even in the most grievous circumstances. Jazz musicians have been especially creative during the Covid-19 scourge, using social media, the internet and any other means ...
by Chris May
Coming up fast behind the school of British saxophonists who emerged around 2015 is a younger group of players who are just beginning to get noticed. Among them is Alex Clarke, who was a finalist in Britain's public service broadcaster, the BBC's biannual Young Jazz Musician competition in 2020. In the televised final in November, Clarke ...