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Ramon Vazquez

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Ramon Vazquez Martirena (Bassist, composer,recording artist,arranger and producer) Born on August 15, 1970 in the Cuban Province of Matanzas. From a very early age, like many Cubans,he had to flee his country and moved to Puerto Rico with his family, with the hope of making their dreams come true. He began in music while still in middle school, where there was a student band. His first musical steps were with the triangle and the clave. After learning from his professor that the band needed a bassist, Ramon accepted the challenge and this way began his dedication to the study of his instrument. Ramon graduated from the famed Escuela Libre de Musica in 1989 with high honors

Album

Desde Lejos

Label: Summit Records
Released: 2021
Track listing: 1. Fuera de la Oscuridad (Anderson) 2. Ritmos de Baní (Anderson) 3. Sin Palabras (Anderson) 4. Como un Rayo Ciego (Luis) 5. Si Tu Supieras (Guillo Carias) 6. Pero Aún no es el Fin (Anderson) 7. Siempre Adelante (Eckels) 8. Una Más (Luis) 9. Un Cambio de Ritmo (Anderson)

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Un Cambio de Ritmo

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Label: Summit Records
Released: 2021
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Dominican Jazz Project

Active since:

- Nominated for the 17th Annual Latin Grammy® Awards in the categories of “Best New Artist” and “Best Jazz CD.” - “Full of creative energy and the joy of musical discovery”—Mark Sullivan, All About Jazz The Dominican Jazz Project began when Dominican born jazz artist, Guillo Carias, invited American jazz pianist, Stephen Anderson, to perform with him and local players for the 2014 Jazzomania Jazz Festival in Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic, that was hosted by the Quisqueya 96.1 FM jazz radio program. The concert and associated clinic went beautifully, and the drummer, Guy Frómeta, invited Anderson to return to Santo Domingo to perform with him in his group for the Casa de Teatro Jazz Festival a few months later

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May Peters: Tributo de Tambor y Trombon en Clave de Mujer Boricua

Read "Tributo de Tambor y Trombon en Clave de Mujer Boricua" reviewed by James Nadal


The personal attractions which originate with music can have life altering consequences, leading to total immersion in another culture and the discovery of oneself in the process. Trombonist May Peters is a perfect case in point. Born and raised in Holland, with extensive musical training, she has had a lifelong fixation with salsa music, which led ...

Album

On the Move

Label: A-Z Music Corp.
Released: 2003


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