Carlo Rouse | Alkebulan

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Alkebulan

by Carlo Rouse

This music is made for relaxing and cruising
Genre: Jazz: Cool Jazz
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1. Exchange for Latin
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2. Alkebulan
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3. Bass 21
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4. Not an Ordinary Day
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5. Desert
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6. Day Break
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7. Kelechi Play
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8. Away Out
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9. If You Don't Know
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Downloads are available as MP3-320 files.

ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Carlo Rouse, a professional Bassists/Composer and Arranger. Carlo was born in
Washington, NC on Feb 17 1981. He started playing music at the age of 2 and continue to
pursue music as a career. After graduating Washington High School in 1999, he begin to
participate in many recording sessions, tours, and other performing arts such as musical
theater. After his professional studies at Berklee School Of Music 2016, he continued to
arranged and composed music for both professional and upcoming artist across the world.

Alkebulan is the oldest and the only word of indigenous origin.
This album is design for the listener to relax as they cruise down the highways of life.
From the east coast part of North Carolina to the west coast of California, some of
the world’s greatest musicians join together to share their interpretation of these melodies. In
the traditional sounds of such artists like Earl Klugh, Paul Jackson Jr., Abraham Laboriel and
others, this album conveys heart of the instruments.

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