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Pedro Acosta

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Track of the Day

Wawi

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Label: Aka Trio
Released: 2019
Duration: 03:53

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Track of the Day

Wawi

Album:
By
Label: Aka Trio
Released: 2019
Duration: 03:53

Album

AKA TRIO Vol. 2 Originals

Label: Aka Trio
Released: 2019
Track listing: 1.Wawi 2.Pecos Bill 3.Madaya 4.Ave Fénix 5.Ghouta

Musician

Juan D Arango

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With 6 recordings as a leader Juan D Arango is in a constant exploration of concepts where improvisation plays a very important role in the development of compositions. Currently, Juan is playing with AKA TRIO, MÈDULLA and AHUM. On february 2018 he forms a duo called Mèdulla with drummer Pedro Acosta, the duo explores the pc as part of the music and the timbre, they improvise over original compositions, standards and popular songs. Also, alongside Pedro Acosta and Kike Harker, on 2018 they decided to start a new project, trio style AKA TRIO. The trio have a strong influence of 1950´s BlueNote Artists such as Jackie McLean, Lee Morgan, Louis Smith, Hank Mobley, Kenny Drew, Curtis Fuller, Sonny Stitt among others and a great influence by Colombia roots music

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Article: Album Review

Carrera Quinta: Traslaciones

Read "Traslaciones" reviewed by Jack Bowers


As one would anticipate from the group's name--and the album's song selection--the seven-member Carrera Quinta (pared down from big-band size) plays music from South America, more specifically the Andes region of Colombia, interlaced with mainstream American jazz. The Latin Grammy-nominated ensemble's third album, Traslaciones, comprises seven songs showcasing traditional Colombian styles such as pasillo, bambuco and ...


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