Feed on
Posts
Comments

Tag Archive 'Latin'

Ivan Lins: Amorágio

Check Our Catalog

Read Full Post »

Danilo Pérez: Panama 500

“Panamanian-born pianist Danilo Pérez’s 2014 album, Panama 500, is an expansive effort that showcases his trio as they delve deep into the music and folkloric traditions of Pérez’s homeland. Panama 500 is an ambitious work that showcases all of Pérez’s immense technical skills, jazz knowledge, and deep, abiding love of his Latin American roots.” –All [...]

Read Full Post »

“Boogarins were in high school when they recorded their debut, and they spend its duration lightly teasing every record in their collections, reproducing it note-perfect faithfully while tweaking its nose….That they assembled an album that sounds this good while working in their parent’s basements says a lot about their talent. They have good taste in other people’s records, [...]

Read Full Post »

Robi Draco Rosa: Esto Es + Vida

“This is a fantastic album to get to know the music of Draco if you are not a Draco follower. It brings together some of the best voices in Latin music to sing duets of his hand-picked songs.” –Latino Music Cafe Check Our Catalog

Read Full Post »

Gipsy Kings: Savor Flamenco

“It has been seven long years since France’s groundbreaking Gipsy Kings have issued a recording of new material. Savor Flamenco, the group’s debut for Knitting Factory, still features the band’s original lineup of two groups of brothers… with guest players filling out the cast….Savor Flamenco marks a welcome return for the progenitors of nuevo flamenco.” [...]

Read Full Post »

Marc Anthony: 3.0

“Until 3.0, Marc Anthony hadn’t recorded an original salsa album since 2004′s Valio la Pena….[A] solid, passionate — and long overdue — return by the great salsero to the roots music that established his career.” –All Music Guide Check Our Catalog

Read Full Post »

Carla Morrison: Déjenme Llorar

“Raised on a diet of Patsy Cline and Jose Alfredo Jimenez in Tecate, Baja, California, Latin Grammy-nominated singer/songwriter/indie pop singer Carla Morrison played in numerous rock bands before striking out on her own in 2009…” –All Music Guide Check Our Catalog

Read Full Post »

Tony Bennett: Viva Duets

“The dean of American pop vocalists took a different and exciting fork in the road for his third Duets album, recruiting the best Latin vocalists in the world….[C]rossover fans will note that Bennett’s English gives way to his duet partners’ Spanish, an intriguing and successful choice.” –All Music Guide Check Our Catalog

Read Full Post »

Check Our Catalog

Read Full Post »