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Bohemia

by Roman Street

A wonderful mix of world music, jazz, and acoustic guitars jams with inspirations from California, the West Indies, and the Mediterranean.
Genre: Jazz: World Fusion
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  Song Share Time Download
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1. Cinco
4:52 $1.25
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2. Cortado
5:22 $1.25
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3. Adria
3:33 $1.25
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4. Bohemia
4:46 $1.25
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5. Island Time
2:57 $1.25
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6. Mr. Morris (feat. Vincent Ingala)
4:01 $1.25
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7. Morningside
4:23 $1.25
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8. Minor Swing
4:30 $1.25
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9. Besame Mucho
4:30 $1.25
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10. Serenade...
6:10 $1.25
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11. ... Strum
4:52 $1.25
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The musicianship is 'top-drawer' all-the-way!
The latin-fusion band, 'Roman Street' has a brand new offering just released called "Bohemia". Which if anything, implies a 'laid-back' lifestyle of hedonistic pursuits. As always, the musicianship is top-drawer all-the-way, and a great accompaniment for whatever your doing in life. The gypsy-tinged title-cut 'Bohemia' sets the tone for the whole CD, and is nicely crafted. 'Island Time' breezes in with a nice added vocalise in the track. Track number 6; 'Mr. Morris' is a straight-ahead 'Smooth Jazz' oriented number, reminding one of Peter White, or Nils. Followed by the slower cut, 'Morningside' another easy to listen-to winner! 'Minor Swing' conjures-up images of Django Reinhart, and the "franco-jazz' swing he was noted for. The band revisits the 'latin-standard' 'Besame Mucho', and adds their own tango-esque twist to it. I found the atmospheric-cut 'Serenade' rendered in lovely tones, much like the great Al Marconi. The group closes-it out with '..Strum' a very upbeat number in the vein of 'Tierra Negra'. If your like me, you'll want to find your way to 'Roman Street'. Great for fans of those artists mentioned, or those who like: Eric Hansen, Benise, Jim Stubblefield, or Johannes Linstead. A beautiful listening experience, and a must for your neo-flamenco library. Recommended.
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