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Dafnis Prieto - About the Monks (2005) Mp3

10-09-2015, 09:10

Dafnis Prieto - About the Monks (2005) Mp3

Artist: Dafnis Prieto
Title Of Album: About the Monks
Year Of Release: 2005
Label: Zoho
Genre: Latin Jazz, Contemporary Jazz, Post-Bop
Quality: Mp3
Bitrate: 320 kbps
Total Time: 00:52:19
Total Size: 131 Mb


01. About the Monks - 5:23 (Dafnis Prieto)
02. Tumba Francesca – 7:35 (Dafnis Prieto)
03. Ironico Arlequin – 3:44 (Dafnis Prieto)
04. Danzon Santa Clara – 8:04 (Dafnis Prieto)
05. On and On – 8:12 (Dafnis Prieto)
06. Trio Absolute – 2:50 (Dafnis Prieto)
07. Mechanical Movement – 6:17 (Dafnis Prieto)
08. Interrupted Question – 6:37 (Dafnis Prieto)
09. Conga en Ti – 3:33 (Dafnis Prieto)

Dafnis Prieto – Drums, Percussion, Composer, Arranger
Yosvany Terry – Sax, Chekere
Brian Lynch – Trumpet
Luis Perdomo – Piano
Hans Glawischnig – Bass
Ilmar Gavilan – Violin

Drummer Dafnis Prieto's recording debut as a leader consists of nine of his originals. His songs are usually rhythmically complex but also contain strong melodies and challenging chord changes. Prieto takes some short solos (and is showcased on the closing "Conga en Ti"), but mostly plays behind his notable sidemen. Trumpeter Brian Lynch is on four selections, saxophonist Yosvany Terry is on six (displaying individual voices on alto, tenor, soprano, and chekere), and bassist Hans Glawischnig is quite skillful in the ensembles, but pianist Luis Perdomo often takes solo honors. Each of the musicians plays quite well and sounds inspired by the material. Violinist Ilmar Gavilan makes a guest appearance on "Mechanical Movement," fitting in comfortably on the adventurous original. Overall, this set features modern Afro-Cuban jazz with post-bop solos and plenty of unpredictability.



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