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viernes, 22 de mayo de 2015

Varios Artistas - Jam Miami A Celebration Of Latin Jazz (2002)

Artista: Varios Artistas
Álbum: Jam Miami. A Celebration Of Latin Jazz
Año: 2002
Género: Latin Jazz
Duración: 71:17
Nacionalidad: Multinacional


Lista de Temas:
1. Guachi Guaro (Soul Sauce)
2. A Night in Tunisia
3. Medley Para Tito
4. Ican
5. Wigwam
6. Ven Morena
7. Poncho con su Tambor
8. Besame Mama
9. A Mis Abuelos
10. Theme from "I Love Lucy"

Alineación:
- Arturo Sandoval, Claudio Roditi, Ray Vega, Jason Carter, Steve Reid / trumpet
- Chick Corea / Fender Rhodes
- Hilton Ruiz, Robert Rodriguez / piano
Leo Quintero / guitar
- Avishai Cohen, Nicky Orta, Eddie Resto / bass
- Dave Samuels / vibes
- Dave Valentin, Nestor Torres / flute
- Steve Turre, Steve Davis, Dana Teboe, Joe Barati / trombone
- Poncho Sanchez / congas
- Pete Escovedo / timbales
- Ed Calle, Tim Garland / tenor saxophone
- Steve Wilson, Billy Ross / alto saxophone
- Mike Brignola / baritone saxophone
- Oscan D'Leon / vocals
- Horacio Hernandez / drums and percussion
- Steve Turre / conch shells
- Samuel Torres, Richard Bravo / percussion.


Un aporte de Alberto que aunque no tenga tiempo disponible, siempre se acuerda de ustedes... miren de qué va este disco:

"I just want to celebrate" es el tema de Jam Miami: A Celebration of Latin Jazz, grabado "en vivo" en Miami, FL, por legendarios maestros del jazz Chick Corea, Arturo Sandoval, Pete Escovedo, y Poncho Sánchez. El calor y la energía que emana de este increíble concierto, que se ha dedicado a su amigo y mentor de Tito Puente, se conserva en un excelente colección de diez canciones que ofrecen una gran variedad de arreglistas estelar, compositores y músicos. Ray Vega, Steve Turre, Avishai Cohen, Dave Samuels, Dave Valentín, Ed Calle, Néstor Torres, Oscar D'León, Horacio Hernández, Claudio Roditi, Hilton Ruiz, de origen, y la Latin Jazz All-Star Band son el mejor momento de sus vidas y realmente atasco en este caso. Abriendo con el alma latina éxito "Guachi Guaro," este gran colectivo presenta su diversidad estilística en un resplandor de gloria trompeta Sandoval que desafía la gama convencional del instrumento. Sus espíritus continúan elevándose con Dave Valentin soplando impresionantes trinos de flauta en sus solos de acuerdo Ray Vega de "Medley Para Tito". saludo sincero de Vega con "Ran Kan Kan" y "Oye Como Va" es un atasco definido, y por el sonido de los aplausos procedentes de la audiencia, el espíritu del recién fallecido Tito Puente que han llenado la sala.
"Wigwam" , la canción nominada al Grammy de Chick Corea, cuenta con origen en el núcleo de su acuerdo de las grandes bandas. Esta versión ampliada ofrece a los oyentes una oportunidad excepcional para escuchar improvisaciones y solos de gran por el quinteto respaldado por un excitante formato de gran orquesta. dominio Poncho Sánchez conga es histórica en "Poncho Con Su Tambor", y durante dos minutos, que descarga su trueno de percusión en este triunfo en solitario. "A Mis Abuelos", una obra maestra de diez minutos escrito por Arturo Sandoval, cuenta con su trompeta y fliscorno jugando brillante rodeado de un dramático despliegue de belleza española, la espiritualidad, y el fuego. Horacio Hernández en la batería, Leo Quintero en la guitarra, y Chick Corea en Fender Rhodes están abriendo en un contexto de gráficos a todo volumen la bocina que enviará escalofríos buena en la columna vertebral. Terminan el set con un atasco de fuego de Desi Arnaz, "Tema de I Love Lucy". Este CD contiene un gran espectáculo que celebra la música innovadora de un jazz latino multi-generacional "familia" y en conjunto captan el ambiente y el patrimonio de muchas experiencias fenomenales jazz latino.
Paula Edelstein

Aclaro, yo no lo escuché así que no opino, opinen ustedes mismos mejor.
Dejo un par de comentarios en inglés y no perdemos más tiempo.

"I just want to celebrate" is the theme of Jam Miami: A Celebration of Latin Jazz, recorded "live" in Miami, FL, by legendary jazz masters Chick Corea, Arturo Sandoval, Pete Escovedo, and Poncho Sanchez. The heat and energy emanating from this incredible concert, one that has been dedicated to their friend and mentor Tito Puente, is preserved in an excellent collection of ten songs that feature an array of stellar arrangers, composers, and musicians. Ray Vega, Steve Turre, Avishai Cohen, Dave Samuels, Dave Valentin, Ed Calle, Nestor Torres, Oscar D'Leon, Horacio Hernandez, Claudio Roditi, Hilton Ruiz, Origin, and the Latin Jazz All-Star Band are having the time of their lives and really do jam on this one. Opening with the Latin soul hit "Guachi Guaro," this great collective introduces their stylistic diversity in a blaze of Sandoval trumpet glory that defies the conventional range of the instrument. Their spirits continue to soar with Dave Valentin blowing awesome flute trills in his solos on Ray Vega's arrangement of "Medley Para Tito." Vega's heartfelt salute featuring "Ran Kan Kan" and "Oye Como Va" is a definite jam, and from the sound of the cheers coming from the audience, the spirit of the recently departed Tito Puente must have filled the room. "Wigwam," the Grammy-nominated song by Chick Corea, features Origin at the core of its big-band arrangement. This expanded version offers listeners an exceptional opportunity to hear great improvisations and solos by the quintet backed by an exciting big-band format. Poncho Sanchez's conga mastery is historic on "Poncho Con Su Tambor," and for two minutes, he unloads his percussive thunder on this solo triumph. "A Mis Abuelos," a ten-minute masterpiece written by Arturo Sandoval, features his brilliant trumpet and flügelhorn playing surrounded by a dramatic display of Spanish beauty, spirituality, and fire. Horacio Hernandez on drums, Leo Quintero on guitar, and Chick Corea on Fender Rhodes are blazing against a backdrop of blaring horn charts that will send good chills down your spine. They end the set with a fiery jam of Desi Arnaz's, "Theme From I Love Lucy." This CD contains one great show that celebrates the innovative music of a multi-generational Latin jazz "family" and together they capture the ambience and heritage of many phenomenal Latin jazz experiences.
Paula Edelstein

No stars
Arturo Sandoval. Chick Corea. Poncho Sanchez. Pete Escovedo. Dave Valentin. Need I say more? If so, just read through more of the personnel below. Sometimes with all-star gatherings, the whole is not as great as the sum of its parts, but happily this is not the case here. This has to be one of the most explosive and musically satisfying Latin jam sessions I've ever heard. I especially recommend it as a good intro to this broad musical genre for those who are new to it and seeking to expand their horizons. Mark Holston's excellent and thorough liner notes add additional value.
Virtually every song on the program is a highlight. The opener, Dizzy Gillespie and Chano Pozo's "Soul Sauce" (also popularized by vibraphonist Cal Tjader), features Corea on Rhodes, Samuels on vibes, and Valentin on flute. Dizzy's famous "A Night in Tunisia" finds Cuban Arturo Sandoval and Brazilian Claudio Roditi, Latin jazz's two foremost trumpeters, carrying Dizzy's torch forward with excellent solos. A medley of two famous Tito Puente songs ("Ran Kan Kan" and "Oye Como Va") are combined into "Medley Para Tito," and flautist Valentin, trumpeter/arranger Ray Vega, and timbalero Escovedo excel. Corea is featured widely throughout the program on Fender Rhodes, and the members of his current band Origin are featured on Corea's composition "Wigwam." The rich, full-voiced vocal of Oscar D'Leon leads "Van Morena," in which flautist Nestor Torres (a talent deserving of much wider recognition) and Steve Turre on conch shells also shine. Mongo Santamaria's "Besame Mama" and Arturo Sandoval's "A Mis Abuelos" provide more intoxicating rhythms and solo spots for the principals. The gig reaches it's climax with the closer, a rollicking, big band version of the theme from "I Love Lucy," featuring a parade of soloists: Robert Rodriguez (piano), Ed Calle (tenor sax), Claudio Roditi (trumpet), Steve Turre (trombone), Dave Samuels (vibes), Dave Valentin (flute), Chick Corea (Fender Rhodes), Arturo Sandoval (trumpet), Pete Escovedo (timbales), Horatio Hernandez (drums), Poncho Sanchez (congas). Whew!
This whole set just smokes. Don't miss it.
Dave Hughes

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