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Coast to Coast

by Rowland Sutherland's Mistura

MISTURA and their exhilarating blend of Brazilian, Afro-Cuban and funk rhythms with some scintillating modern jazz, "Latin Jazz Braziliance." Tony Herrington-The Wire.
Genre: Jazz: Latin Jazz
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Moving On
5:48 $0.99
2. Coast to Coast
7:18 $0.99
3. Revendo a Mocada
5:06 $0.99
4. Grandma's Rocking Chair
10:41 $0.99
5. The Mystical Land
17:29 $0.99
6. Lilting
10:00 $0.99
7. Coast to Coast (extended)
12:52 $0.99
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Album Notes
MISTURA perform an exhilarating blend of hot Brazilian, Afro-Cuban and funk rhythms with cool contemporary jazz.
"Latin Jazz Braziliance!" Tony Herrington-The Wire

Led by the vibrant and versatile flautist, composer and arranger Rowland Sutherland, the group explore a wide and exciting range of styles from samba, batucada and bossa to various African and Latin rhythms, which explains the name MISTURA ("mix").
This album features players who have also recorded with Incognito, Lauryn Hill, Red Snapper, Celia Cruz and Massive Attack.

Mistura have been exciting audiences and receiving rave reviews at many music events and festivals both in the UK and Europe.
In 1998, Mistura supported the legendary pianist and singer Tania Maria at the Queen Elizabeth Hall in London. They went down a storm at the Ritmos Festa do Mundo 95 - Porto, Portugal which also featured Salif Keita & Irakere.

The members of the band are from different cultural backgrounds creating something deep and very special.
They have played with such international artists and groups as:Airto,Flora Purim,Dom Um Romao,Olodum,Ray Barreto,Joyce,Eddie Palmieri and Tito Puente.

"Flautist Rowland Sutherland has a superb sound and technique, and is undoubtedly one of the very best flautists on the British scene".TIME OUT.
"Mistura provide a Latin fusion of stunning quality and live visual entertainment... they are a must".Martin Scott - THE ARTS COUNCIL.



Rowland is voted #1 flute player for 2003 on the strength of his album Rowland Sutherland's Mistura - 'Coast to Coast'

The Brazilian newspaper Tribuna da Imprensa ("Press Tribune")with the results of it's 24th Annual Poll for 2003.
      1º Rowland Sutherland ("Coast to coast" - FMR);
      2º Hubert Laws;
      3º James Moody;
      4º Yusef Lateef;
      5º Frank Wess



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George W. Carroll

good solid music... well polished performances... not lacking in invention.

By George W. Carroll

A panoply of fusion, funk, and some jazz are words that come to mind as I listen & review the UK'S Rowland Sutherland & his new ''Mistura'' CD project. Positive latin influences are prominent throughout the project, & the group's take of tunes such as ''Lilting'' can only be described (assertively I might add), as mystical.
Leader Sutherland's flute renditions are prodigious, as the group plies their wares with a tightness manifest in all their renderings. This is good solid music, & these well polished performances are not lacking in invention. On the contrary, I will suggest that Sutherland's body of work here (which I assume is all original), is replete with a high level of infinite, praiseworthy, professional, & musical conscientiousness..................All virtues that can only be described as admirable.

George W. Carroll/The Musicians' Ombudsman

Straight no Chaser long last the debut Mistura LP is here.
It's been a very long time coming, but at long last the debut Mistura LP is here.
A decade ago, flautist Rowland Sutherland's fierce, multi-talented outfit could be seen gigging around London. And in 2003, the sound of Afro-Brazilian street percussion still sounds as fresh.
The artists on this live set read like a who's who of the contemporary Latin jazz scene. Joe de Jesus on trombone blows as hard as ever, as does Sound Advice's Byron Wallen on trumpet. Richard Ajileye's percussion is intense and intricate and, of course, it's all tied together by the precision flute playing and vision of Rowland Sutherland.
Apart from the epic samba rhythms of the title track, the LP is also worth checking for Mistura's glorious version of Oli Ahvenlahti's 'Grandma's Rocking Chair', another dancefloor stormer.
It's taken some time to finally come around, but it's great to have them back.

Pietro by Radio-Vinilemania

Fantastic CD!!
Grandissima musica!!!!!!!!!

Ho scoperto un po' in ritardo questo talentuoso Flautista inglese che in questo CD è veramente sorprendente!!!

Una miscela esplosiva di suoni che rende il CD piacevolemente ascoltabile in tutte le sue tracce!!

TOP CD in Italia dove è da sempre tra i piu' richiesti in Radio!!!


Ciao ciao Pietro