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Walk All Ways

Label: OA2 Records
Released: 2007
Track listing: Mighty Urubamba; Prayer; Pastorale Zipole; Nini's Dream; La Folia Lando; Fuga Bembe; Still Life; Walk All Ways; Somewhere Far Away; Junebug; Nandini; Pharoah's Gathering.

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Daniel Barry: Walk All Ways

Read "Walk All Ways" reviewed by John Barron

Drawing from his formal training as a trumpeter/composer as well as his travel experiences throughout the Caribbean and Central and South America, Seattle-based musician Daniel Barry has produced Walk All Ways, an expressive blend of multicultural influences that permeates fixed genre and categorization. With the help of a first-rate ensemble, Barry cleverly combines authentic Latin-American rhythms ...

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Daniel Barry: Walk All Ways

Read "Walk All Ways" reviewed by Dan McClenaghan

For those listeners acquainted with Daniel Barry's musical journey only through his conductor/arranger gig with the Seattle Women's Jazz Orchestra (SWOJO) and their fine traditional, straight-ahead sets under his directorship--Dreamcatcher (OA2 Records, 2006) and Meeting of the Water (OA2 Records, 2007)--the man's music under his own name may be a bit of a surprise. While his ...

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Fuga Bembe

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Label: OA2 Records
Released: 2007
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