Joseph Diamond | Keep Your Dreams

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Jazz: Latin Jazz Jazz: Smooth Jazz Moods: Featuring Piano
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Keep Your Dreams

by Joseph Diamond

Joseph's original melodies and sparkling keyboard technique will take you on a smooth latin jazz journey – enjoy.
Genre: Jazz: Latin Jazz
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Montoya Mambo II
7:27 album only
2. Keep Your Dreams
7:13 album only
3. Not Your Typical New Yorker II
5:20 album only
4. Melange
8:22 album only
5. Shady Maiden
6:00 album only
6. There Goes One More
5:11 album only
7. Iwreck
6:31 album only
8. Que Bonita
6:48 album only
9. Think About It
5:55 album only
10. Prayer for Carla
7:34 album only
11. I\'m So Happy Just To Dance With You
6:41 album only
12. Requiem
6:25 album only


Album Notes
Keep Your Dreams completes an unintended trilogy of Joseph Diamond’s recordings. On August 28, 2008, Joseph, age 48 died of a heart attack while walking down a Manhattan street.

He was putting the finishing touches on this album. These 12-tracks incorporate many unique moods and textures, capturing the ongoing energy and intensity of the artist at his creative peak. Working once again with his longtime rhythm section of bassist Leo Traversa (Tania Maria, Astrud Gilberto) and drummer Vince Cherico (Ray Barretto, Paquito D’Rivera) and top NYC musicians Bruce Williamson (alto and soprano sax), Diego Lopez (congas, bongo, guiro), Mala Waldron (vocals), Cecilia Tenconi (flute, alto flute), Kenny Rampton (flugelhorn) and Nancy Assis and Gilad (percussion), Diamond takes a listener on fascinating journey that winks back at where he’s been while boldly taking steps towards the limitless future of contemporary jazz.

The depth, color and richness of these exciting tracks, from the opening Montoya Mambo II to the hauntingly prophetic Requiem and everything in between, reflect the breadth of Joseph’s lively piano technique, attention to detail and sparkling sound, making this a must- have and a much-played favorite.



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