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Inocencia

by Tres Latin Jazz

More than a an encounter point between Latin American music and Jazz. With continuous searching in most Latin American styles and their fusion, it´s the development of Latin Jazz towards an original an innovative idea.
Genre: Jazz: Latin Jazz
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1. Vamp
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2. Tango a Veran
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3. Huayno del Diablo
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4. Escualo / Tiburón
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5. J, 65 Notas
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6. Inocencia
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7. Milonga Sentimental
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TRES Latin Jazz is more than a an encounter point between Latin American music and Jazz. With continuous searching in most Latin American styles and their fusion, it´s the development of Latin Jazz towards an original an innovative idea.

“INOCENCIA”
“In this album we achieved musical energy same as the previous recordings AL DESPERTAR and ONA. The trío intended again to include great guest musicians to perform and get involved in arrangementes and compositions. Undoubtedly this is a different record, with a deeper aproach in our musical roots, but keeping musical identity.
Ibrahim Ferrer Jr., cuban singer and composer, trova´s inheritor that in addition to perform vocals in "J, 65 notes", made the tune lyrics that really complemented the musical idea.
We allways wished to play with a bandoneón besides us. Matías Rubino, joined the challenge of mixing our music with Buenos Aire´s characteristic colour. Alejandro Demogli, one of the best argentinian guitar players, shaped his music in a arrangemente of a classic, Milonga Sentimental.”
Sebastian Jakimkzuck, piano
Federico Hilal, bass
Daniel Corrado, drums

Ibrahim Ferrer Jr, voca, lyrics on 5
Matias Rubino, bandoneon on 2
Alejandro Demogli, guitar on 7

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