Monday, May 23, 2011

Michel Camilo - One More Once

Michel Camilo is a very powerful Latin jazz pianist who is quite capable of playing several rhythms at once. He emulates an orchestra even when playing solo, so it is not surprising that this outing with 21 other musicians in an impressive all-star band is intense and passionate. Camilo performs ten of his originals on this date including the blues "One More Once," an atmospheric "Dreamlight," "Caribe," "Just Kidding" and his "hit" "Why Not." Among the notables heard from are tenor saxophonist Ralph Bowen, altoist Paquito d'Rivera, Chris Hunter on soprano and alto, and trumpeter Michael Mossman, but Camilo is the main star throughout. The catchy rhythms make the music accessible but the pianist never coasts or takes it easy, constantly challenging himself. Recommended. - by Scott Yanow, AMG

Amazingly written and arranged, and it features some of New Yorks finest musicians to be found. The horn section is tight as hell blowing away in the background. The songs range from relaxing to so powerful that your socks will be blown off. Reccomendations all around, this is a MUST have.- by Drumguy, Amazon.com

Artist: Michel Camilo
Album: One More Once
Year: 1994
Label: Sony/Columbia
Runtime: 63:29

Tracks:
1.  One More Once 4:52 
2.  Why Not! 6:42 
3.  The Resolution 3:30 
4.  Suite Sandrine, Part III 9:16 
5.  Dreamlight 8:48 
6.  Just Kiddin' 5:18 
7.  Caribe 7:05 
8.  Suntan 5:59 
9.  On the Other Hand 5:49 
10.  Not Yet 6:06 
All compositions by Michel Camilo

Personnel:

Michel Camilo (Piano)
Anthony Jackson (Contrabass Guitar)
Cliff Almond (Drums) - 1,2,4,6-8
Marvin "Smitty" Smith (Drums) - 5,9,10
Giovanni Hidalgo (Congas, Timbales, Bongos and Percussion)
Guarionex Aquino (Percussion)
Chuck Loeb (Guitar) - 1,5,9,10
Jon Faddis (Trumpet)
Michael Mossman (Trumpet)
Stanton Davis (Trumpet)
Bryan Lynch (Trumpet)
Ryan Kisor (Trumpet)
David Bargeron (Trombone)
Ed Neumeister (Trombone)
Conrad Herwig (Trombone)
Douglas Purviance (Trombone)
David Taylor (Trombone)
Chris Hunter (Soprano Saxophone)

4 comments:

  1. Sorry, but I don't find the link to download the disc.

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