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Caribbean Jazz Project - Mosaic (2006)

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Caribbean Jazz Project - Mosaic (2006)
Artist: Caribbean Jazz Project
Title Of Album: Mosaic
Year Of Release: 2006
Label: Concord Jazz
Genre: Jazz, Contemporary, Latin Jazz
Format: Flac/Cue/Log/Artwork
Quality: Lossless
Total Time: 58:41
Total Size: 407 MB(+3%)


01 - Nardis
02 - St. Ogredol
03 - Portraits Of Cuba
04 - Afro Green
05 - Wazo Dayzeel
06 - Slow Dance
07 - Spinnaker
08 - Mambo De Luna (Para Cachao)
09 - Dusk

personnel :

Christian Howes - violin
Alain Mallet - piano, organ
Alon Yavnai - piano
Dave Samuels - vibraphone, marimba
Boris Kozlov - acoustic bass
Oscar Stagnaro - bass guitar
Andy Narell - drums, steel pan
Mark Walker, Dafnis Prieto - drums
Pernell Saturnino - percussion
Robert Quintero - percussion
Paquito d'Rivera - Alto Saxophone, Clarinet

With the release of Mosaic, their first studio album since 2003’s Birds of a Feather, the Grammy award-winning group, the Caribbean Jazz Project led by vibist/marimbist/composer Dave Samuels, has again served notice that they are among the most thoroughly inventive Latin-jazz ensembles of this, or any, era. Drawing on a variety of Afro-Cuban, Venezuelan, Peruvian, Jamaican, and North American rhythms, the CJP comes through with flying colors on Mosaic, which features three different bands. On four tracks, Samuels leads a quintet that adds a new sound for the CJP: organ/piano—Alain Mallet, acoustic bass—Boris Kozlov, drums—Dafnis Prieto, and percussion—Roberto Quintero. On two other tracks violinist Christian Howes is added to the sonic mix. The remaining three selections find Samuels reunited with former CJP co-founders reedman Paquito D’Rivera and steel pan player Andy Narell.
From their arresting treatment of Miles Davis’s “Nardis” to Mallet’s clever “St. Ogredol” (built on the chord changes of the standard “On Green Dolphin Street”), and from Narell’s singing line that is “Wazo Dayzeel” to Samuels’s sensual “Slow Dance,” the Caribbean Jazz Project creates a brilliantly multi-hued mosaic.

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