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Rene Camacho

Rene Camacho is an Acoustic, Electric Bassist and Vocalist originally from Tucson, Arizona, now living in Los Angeles. While trombone was his first instrument, he always had an affinity for the Bass and in his college years, Rene made the switch. Rene received a Bachelor’s Degree in Jazz Studies and Composition from The University of Arizona. Since moving to Los Angeles in 1996, Rene has had the opportunity to explore many musical ventures, both in live performances and studio recordings. Rene began working with many Latin artists, shortly after moving to Los Angeles most notably, a five year stint with the Queen of Salsa, Celia Cruz and a brief time with the King of Mambo, Tito Puente. After these successful endeavors, Rene began branching out to different genres such as Jazz, Soul, R&B, Country, as well as Rock

Album

Dance With Me

Label: Self Produced
Released: 2020
Track listing: You and the Night and the Music; A Taste of Paradise; Femme Fatale-Amor fugaz; Dance with Me; Time to Dance cha Cha Cha- Ya llego la hora; Yesterday-Como fue; Island Lullaby; I Think of You- Y hoy como ayer; I Won't Dance; Revelations; Yesterday I heard the Rain-Esta tarde vi llover.

Album

What Is Now

Label: Phocus Music
Released: 2020
Track listing: Migration Suite: 1. l 2. ll 3. lll 4. lV 5. V 6. Southern Wind 7. Rumba Blues

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News: Recording

Guitarist / Composer Ray Sandoval Releases 'What Is Now'

Guitarist / Composer Ray Sandoval Releases 'What Is Now'

Composer and musician, Ray Sandoval, has used his music to advocate for social change throughout his career:  From Los Angeles-based Chicano rock group, Quetzal, to his more recent collaborations with world-renowned art activist Ai Weiwei.  His latest solo project, What Is Now, features a diverse group of acclaimed musicians from Los Angeles to London, Berlin, and ...

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Article: Album Review

Carol Welsman: Dance With Me

Read "Dance With Me" reviewed by Edward Blanco


Vocalist and pianist Carol Welsman always had an affinity for Latin rhythms and often included the element in her music. In fact, producing an album where the Latin side of jazz is the main focus has been a longtime dream that she finally fulfills on Dance with Me. The music is a delightful excursion into the ...

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Article: Album Review

Kevin Eubanks: East West Time Line

Read "East West Time Line" reviewed by Mario Calvitti


Il nuovo album del chitarrista Kevin Eubanks, che segue Duets realizzato nel 2015 con il collega Stanley Jordan, si innesta direttamente nella grande tradizione della chitarra jazz, di cui da oltre trenta anni è uno dei maggiori interpreti. Da sempre poco interessato a sperimentazioni timbriche o strutturali, Eubanks ha preferito concentrare il suo approccio allo strumento ...

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Article: Album Review

Kevin Eubanks: East West Time Line

Read "East West Time Line" reviewed by Geannine Reid


Philadelphia-born guitarist, composer Kevin Eubanks has been building a creative catalog and playing style since his 18-year tenure as the guitarist and music director of TV's, The Tonight Show Band ended in 2010. Eubanks took New York by storm, starting out in straight ahead jazz clubs, followed by progressive albums for contemporary jazz giant GRP Records ...

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Article: Album Review

Jim Self and the Tricky Lix Latin Jazz Band: Yo!

Read "Yo!" reviewed by Jack Bowers


A tuba in a Latin jazz band? Jim Self, what were you thinking? No matter. Whatever you were thinking, the end result is far more agreeable than even you could have imagined. Yo! (sorry, we can't handle the upside down exclamation point) is a generally delightful album by Self's well-bred nonet, due in no small measure ...

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Article: Take Five With...

Take Five with Eddie Reyes

Read "Take Five with Eddie Reyes" reviewed by Eddie Reyes


Meet Eddie Reyes: Eddie Reyes has evolved a unique and personal style on the guitar. Although for much of his playing career he has focused on electric jazz guitar, he now turns mostly to the acoustic. He has evolved his style from, first, a fascination with Brazilian Jazz to his present passion, Flamenco. In the ...

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Article: Live Review

Changing of the Guard: The 33rd Annual Detroit Jazz Festival

Read "Changing of the Guard: The 33rd Annual Detroit Jazz Festival" reviewed by C. Andrew Hovan


The 33rd Annual Detroit Jazz FestivalDetroit, MichiganAugust 31- September 3, 2012They don't call it the largest free jazz festival in North America for no reason. Every Labor Day weekend in Detroit, jazz fans try to wrap their brains around the diverse and generous offerings of one of the country's most successful jazz festivals, ...


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