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by Ilya Yeresko's Latin Rhythm

Clave based Latin-jazz album, with jazzy arrangements and danceable rhythms
Genre: Latin: Latin Jazz
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1. Amistad
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2. Katerina Baila Bien
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3. Ana Lucia Que Buena Va
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4. Solo el Viento
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5. La Situacion
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6. Charanga Medusa
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7. Son de Esperanza
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8. El Ritmo Latino
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9. Sigueme
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10. Descarga y Duelo
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11. En El Rio
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12. Me Echaron Del Club
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13. So Long, Bonita
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14. Plena Na' Ma'
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DJ Santa Salsera, WXDU.org 88.7 FM

Tasty Latin Jazz Debut from Ukraine's Salsa Revolutionary
Pianist Ilya Yeresko founded Ukraine's first salsa band, DISLOCADOS, almost 9 years ago, and has recorded 2 full-length albums with them (one of them, an Independent Music Award Winner for Best Latin Album of 2011). This CD is Yeresko's first as a Latin jazz leader, showcasing his original tunes composed in a variety of traditional Afro-Caribbean dance forms. There's a depth of complexity to the performances here that may surprise some, coming out of a distinctly non-Latin country, but Yeresko is no newbie, and has shared the stage with some of New York's top salsa artists including trombonist Jimmy Bosch and the Mambo Legends Orchestra. Featuring both instrumentals and a surprising number of vocal tracks, this great sounding album measures up to the expectations of serious Latin jazz fans and salsa dancers alike, with stylistically legitimate solos and plenty of rhythmic sabor.
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