Vive Jazz! Sonido Isleño. Listen on Apple Music.
The group effectively mixes together Cuban, Dominican, and Puerto Rican music with jazz. While the title cut has a poem spoken in Spanish and is of little interest to those who do not speak Spanish, other selections are more jazz-oriented, including "Taino," which utilizes the chord changes of "Cherokee.
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The album is titled Vive Jazz!, "Jazz Lives. A myriad of percussion instruments provide nonstop energy on the rest of the track as it releases into a celebratory group chorus led by Pedro Pablo Martinez. The festive atmosphere, tinged with nostalgia, remains throughout the album.
Sonido Isleno: Vive Jazz by Budd Kopman, published on November 7, 2006. Speaking as one who's not particularly enthralled with the repetitive and simplistic aspects of much of Latin jazz, Vive Jazz was a breath of fresh air and an intense trip to many musical worlds.
Sonido Isle: Vive Jazz by Mark F. Turner, published on October 8, 2005. Vive Jazz is not just a Latin jazz derivative, but more a showcase of what this band is capable of. For starters they open with a funky little Latin boogaloo called "La Suegra spiced with tenor and guitar harmonies.
Album: Vive Jazz! Release year: 2005. Vive Jazz!: Best 2 songs. Sonido Isleno - Seis De Vieques (Traditional - Puerto Rico) Quien Tiene Ritmo, 1996 04:39. Sonido Isleno - Blues For Ms. . Quien Tiene Ritmo, 1996 03:52.
Play Vive Jazz! album songs MP3 by Sonido Isleno and download Vive Jazz! songs on Gaana. Vive Jazz! Released by Tresero Productions Oct 2005 10 Tracks.
|2||East Of El Son, Wes Del Tres||7:35|
|9||Green Mill Mambo||4:55|
|10||Dialectics Of A Soplapote||2:58|
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