Gonzalo Grau & Plural | La Receta

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La Receta

by Gonzalo Grau & Plural

A tasteful mix of musics from the world and jazz. Flamenco, Latin, Venezuelan and Classical, are spices for a very unique music-recipe.
Genre: Jazz: Crossover Jazz
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1. Gangan-Cancan
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2. Camerengata
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3. Amor de Lejos
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4. Cacao
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5. Cant Dels Ocells
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6. Merenkillo
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7. Jungle Book
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4:54 album only
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8. Requiem Sigiloso
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9. Nana
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10. Alzapúa
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11. Es Verdad
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5:37 album only
Downloads are available as MP3-320 files.

ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
"La Receta" (the recipe) is the first album of the project "Plural" of artist Gonzalo Grau. Recorded and released in Venezuela in 2011.

Ingredients:
3 packed tablespoons of J.S. Bach, 1 1/2 cups of Fania, 1 whole packet of Camarón and Paco de Lucía, a pinch of Guaco, 1 large bag of choral music, 3 whole sticks of Venezuelan folklore, 10 pounds of Venezuela's National Youth Orchestra (a.k.a. "el sistema"), 1 infusion of Maroa and Banda Sigilosa, 1 3/4 teaspoons of early music, 8 drops of Chick Corea, 1/2 gallon of Timba Cubana, 1 cello, 1 Venezuelan cuatro, 1 piano, 1 viola da gamba, lots of percussion, a little bit of voice and a small box of "Grau-Palacios" DNA.

Preparation:
Throw all the ingredients into a large pan. Mix everything carefully, slowly and stirring constantly over low heat. Taste the mix every few years. Season to your present-time preference, and never stop adding new ingredients.


The chefs:

Gonzalo Grau - piano, vocals, theremin, viola da gamba, bata drums, chekere, cajon, palmas, minor percussion
David "Zancudo" Peña - bass, vocals
Carlos "Nené" Quintero - percussion
Alonso Toro - soprano sax, xaphoon, bass clarinet, corneto, melophone, guaruras

Special guests:

Isabel Palacios - vocals
Diego Cabrujas - percussion
David Moreira - violin
Rodolfo Reyes - tenor sax
Juan José Verde - french horn
Angel Subero - trombone
Carlos Julio "El Oso" Ramírez - vocals
Ramón "Pecheche" Mijares - vocals
Linda Briceño - vocals
Ana Carmela Ramírez - vocals
Diego "El Negro" Alvarez - cajón drum-set
Omayra Amaya - dance
Rubén López Jesús "El Viejo" - vocals

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