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Valentín Caamaño

Valentín Caamaño Tubío is a guitarist, vocalist and composer born in Santiago de Compostela. He began playing guitar during his childhood in Oviedo, but his music career begins with his move to Santiago. He has the Professional Diploma in Jazz and Modern Music in the Estudio Escola de Música in Santiago de Compostela and participated in several of the annual performances of the Seminario Permanente de Jazz de Pontevedra, directed by Paco Charlín, and in several master classes. He currently leads several projects in which Valentín Caamaño Quartet stands out (with Xosé Miguélez on tenor sax, Alfonso Calvo on the double bass and Miguel Cabana on the drums)


All The Gods

Label: Tiny Moon Records
Released: 2022
Track listing: All The Gods; Struttin' Around; You Come Two Beats Late; Ambulare; Invitation; Safest Place; Let It Do The Job


Article: Album Review

Valentín Caamaño: All The Gods

Read "All The Gods" reviewed by Bruce Lindsay

All the Gods is the fourth album from Spanish guitarist and composer Valentín Caamaño, a recording which he describes as his most personal to date. On previous albums, Caamano revisited the works of boppers (be-and hard-) such as Thelonious Monk, Charlie Parker and Grant Green. On All the Gods—accompanied by saxophonist Xose Miguelez, bassist Alfonso Calvo ...


Green With Envy

Label: Free Code Jazz Records
Released: 2017
Track listing: Matador; It Ain’t Necessarily So; Jean De Fleur; Sometimes I Feel Like A Motherless Child; Green With Envy; The Kicker; Oleo; Blues For Lou.


The Blind Wrestler

Label: Tiny Moon Records
Released: 2017
Track listing: The Blind Wrestler; Turn The Screw; 6:26 a.m.; Again Never; Tiny Moon; May Your Blues; How Deep Is The Ocean.


Article: Album Review

Valentin Caamaño: Green With Envy

Read "Green With Envy" reviewed by James Nadal

Nearly forty years after his death, guitarist Grant Green is finally receiving the credit and recognition which eluded him during his lifetime. Besides having a distinctive and identifiable style, Green was the most prolific artist on the Blue Note label during the 1960's. His '61 recording of Green Street, contains the track Green With Envy, selected ...


The Joy

Label: Free Code Jazz Records
Released: 2015
Track listing: Yardbird Suite; Minority; Pannonica; Walkin'; Juju; Tenor Madness; Well You Needn't.


Article: Album Review

Valentin Caamaño Trio: The Joy

Read "The Joy" reviewed by Bruce Lindsay

Sometimes album titles have an air of mystery, an enigmatic collection of words that seemingly bear no relevance to anything, especially the music. No such problem with The Joy, from the Valentin Caamaño Trio. From the cheerily welcoming swing of Charlie Parker's “Yardbird Suite" to the relaxed beauty of Thelonious Monk's “Pannonica" this is an album ...


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