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Harold Lopez-Nussa: from Havana to Indianapolis

Read "Harold Lopez-Nussa: from Havana to Indianapolis" reviewed by Fernando Rodriguez

This interview was translated from Spanish. Harold Lopez-Nussa's music reflects the full range and richness of Cuban music, with its distinctive combination of classical, folk and popular elements, as well as its embrace of jazz improvisation and interaction. His trio was invited to play at this year's Indy Jazz Fest in Indianapolis, Indiana.

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Wes Montgomery "In The Beginning" Is 26-Track, 2-CD Rarity Collection 1949-58 On Resonance

Wes Montgomery "In The Beginning" Is 26-Track, 2-CD Rarity Collection 1949-58 On Resonance

RESONANCE RECORDS PRESENTS IN THE BEGINNING BY JAZZ GUITAR ICON WES MONTGOMERY, A 26-TRACK COLLECTION OF RARE AND NEVER-BEFORE-RELEASED TRACKS SPANNING 1949-1958 ONLY THE THIRD ISSUE OF PREDOMINANTLY UNHEARD MONTGOMERY MATERIAL SINCE HIS PASSING IN 1968; INCLUDES COMPLETE, NEWLY DISCOVERED 1955 RECORDING SESSION FOR EPIC RECORDS PRODUCED BY QUINCY JONES In the Beginning due out May ...


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