Category Archive DEFAULT

El Camino - Diego Urcola - Viva (CD)


2006
Label: C.A.M. Jazz - CAM 5015 • Format: CD • Country: US • Genre: Jazz • Style: Latin Jazz
El Camino - Diego Urcola - Viva (CD)

View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of "Viva" on Discogs. Everything Releases Artists Labels Advanced Search Diego Urcola – Viva. Label: C.A.M. Jazz – CAMJ Format: CD, Country Marimba – Dave Samuels. 4: El Camino. Trombone – Conrad Herwig. Trombone – Conrad Herwig. 5: Blues For Jimmy. Tenor 5/5(1).

 · View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Viva on Discogs. Label: C.A.M. Jazz - CAM • Format: CD • Country: US • Genre: Jazz • Style: Latin Jazz Diego Urcola - Viva (, CD) | Discogs/5(3).

 ·  · Listen to Viva by Diego Urcola on Apple Music. Stream songs including "Tango Azul (feat. Conrad Herwig, Antonio Sanchez, Edward Simon)", "Viva (feat. Antonio Sanchez, Pernell Saturnino, Edward Simon)" and more.

Track List Tango Azul Viva Afroraffo El Camino Blues For Jimmy 40/40 Sound For Sore Ears Adios Nonino Gringo Dance Emilia This is a new, unopened CD in its original packaging. Diego Urcola VIVA CD Merchbar HomeBrand: Diego Urcola.

Fruit of uniting great musicians who are bonded in longtime friendship and insightfully lead by trumpeter Diego Urcola, VIVA is a record where the most communicative, modern jazz language is fused to perfection with the most undiluted and absorbing Latin spirit, in a game of woven styles that make it impossible not to fascinate the gue Number: CAMJ


Not My Pig - Dearly Beloved (2) - Enduro (CD, Album) The Wages Of Sin (Part I) - Santa Esmeralda - Beauty - The Wages Of Sin (Vinyl) Stan Getz - Brazilian Mood (Vinyl, LP)
Moogugami

One thought on “El Camino - Diego Urcola - Viva (CD)

Arashilmaran Posted on  10:12 pm - Oct 2, 2012

 · Herwig returns for a meditative look at Argentinian pianist composer Guillermo Klein's "El Camino. Serving as the titular inspiration, Klein's bewitching "Viva benefits from percussionist Pernell Saturnino's backdrop, which joins with Antonio Sanchez's exquisitely soft drumming and enables Urcola to use his flugelhorn for wonderful understatement.

Leave your message

BING