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Sol - Doug Beavers

Titel : Sol

Artiest(en) : Doug Beavers

Genre : Salsa

Medium : CD

Jaar : 12-2020

Label : Circle9


€ 19,90

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Very nice SALSA recording from DOUG BEAVERS, december 2020 release on CD and, as well as on vinyl.
Grammy Award-winning Doug
Beavers is of the stature of NYC’s top jazz aficionados who fearlessly push the boundaries of the genre itself while honoring the legends that have paved the way. An ace trombonist for Eddie Palmieri`s legendary "La Perfecta" band and the current lead trombonist for the awe-inspiring Spanish Harlem Orchestra, Beavers has humbly commemorated on his solo recordings the foremost Latin jazz arrangers (Art of the Arrangement, 2017) as well as the unsung heroes of trombone on Titanes del Trombón (2015). On his forthcoming new full-length studio album, Sol, Beavers steps into the spotlight like never before.
Sol showcases a dozen scintillating original compositions featuring special guests Joe Locke (Kenny Barron, Eddie Henderson) on vibraphone, the deeply soulful vocalist Ada Dyer (Chaka Khan, Roberta Flack), and Robby Ameen (Ruben Blades, Dizzy Gillespie) on drums. Sol is set for international release on Friday, December 4, 2020 on Circle 9, a new subscriber-supported independent record label launched by Beavers.
1. Sol (feat. Jeremy Bosch) (6:24)
2. Mia (feat. Carlos Cascante) (6:39)
3. Jillalude (1:16)
4. Clarity (6:20)
5. ? (0:51)
6. Sonic (feat. Jeremy Bosch & Joe Locke) (6:14)
7. Sunshine (feat. Joe Locke) (4:07)
8. Pasos (6:33)
9. -11 (1:24)
10. Eterno (feat. Carlos Cascante) (3:42)
11. Quédate (feat. Jeremy Bosch) (6:08)
12. Ride (feat. Ada Dyer) (6:44)
 
Doug Beavers, trombones
Jeremy Bosch, lead vocals, lyrics (Sol, Quédate, Sonic) backing vocals, coros
Carlos Cascante, lead vocals, lyrics (Mia, Eterno), coros
Ada Dyer, lead vocal (Ride), backing vocals
Marco Bermudez, coros
Yeissonn Villamar, piano, rhodes, keyboards
Mike Ciro, guitars
Jerry Madera, bass
Ruben Rodriguez, bass (Sol, Ride)
Robby Ameen, drums
Luisito Quintero, timbales, bongos, guiro, triangle, shaker
George Delgado, congas, itótele, shekere
Camilo Molina, okónkolo, iyá
Johnny “Dandy” Rodriguez, guiro (Sonic, Sunshine)
Max Seigel, bass trombone, tuba
Jonathan Powell, trumpets, flugelhorn
Joe Locke, vibraphone (Sonic, Sunshine)
Eric C. Davis, french horns
Ivan Renta, soprano sax (Eterno)
Oliver Santana, alto sax (Ride)
 
Beavers utilizes his full toolkit on his fourth leader album, Sol, released through his label, Circle 9. Through the course of 12 originals he merges elements culled from Nuyorican salsa dura, Cuban timba and horn-heavy soul, conjuring melodic trombone lines that complement vocalists Jeremy Bosch and Carlos Cascante (and r&b singer Ada Dyer), phrased in rhythmic counterpoint to a world-class drum coro comprising trapsman Robby Ameen and hand percussionists Luisito Quintero, George Delgado and Camilo Molina. Jazz vibraphonist Joe Locke sits in on two tracks, and keyboardist Yeissonn Villamar generates textures evocative of Roy Ayers, Chic and Earth, Wind & Fire