Robert Miller | Isla

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Isla

by Robert Miller

Highly anticipated debut jazz album fusing Caribbean Jazz, Latin, and rock styles with island influences.
Genre: Jazz: Latin Jazz
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  Song Share Time Download
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1. Samba Isla
3:14 album only
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2. Mi Tierra
4:45 album only
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3. Pick up the Pieces
4:23 album only
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4. The New Society (For Shane & Amber)
2:40 album only
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5. Seven Steps
4:18 album only
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6. Recado
4:46 album only
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7. Bally Hoo
3:32 album only
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8. Bem Bem Maria
3:07 album only
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9. Killer Tango
3:27 album only
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10. Pasaporte
2:05 album only
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11. North Beach Vibe
2:29 album only
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12. Sueños Sirena
3:56 album only
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13. Veneno El La Piel
3:10 album only
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14. Anybody Seen My Baby
3:50 album only
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15. Remiffa
2:35 album only
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16. Sombrero Sam
2:30 album only
Downloads are available as MP3-320 files.

ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Ohio native trumpeter Robert Miller, known for his award-winning classical recordings, raises eyebrows with a NEW smokin' hot collection of jazz, Latin and island music influenced by the Caribbean island of Isla Mujeres, Mexico (itself a melting pot of Cuban, Caribbean, Mayan, Latin, and Mexican styles and culture.)
"Miller's horns (trumpets, cornets and flugelhorn) create and amplify the Caribbean energy like the brilliant sun blazing over turquoise blue waters and a white powdery beach." -MusicOle

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