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13-01-2015, 11:10
Music | Jazz | Vocal Jazz | Pop | FLAC / APE

Leo Sidran - Mucho Leo (2014)

Artist: Leo Sidran
Title Of Album: Mucho Leo
Year Of Release: 2014
Label: Nardis Musi
Genre: Pop, Adult Contemporary, Jazz, Singer-Songwriter
Format: Flac
Quality: Lossless
Total Time: 36:05 Min
Total Size: 220 Mb


01. Speak To Me In Spanish
02. Tonight Someone Is Me
03. After the Damage Is Done
04. Wondering
05. Why Can’t I Have What I Want
06. Complete
07. Take It All
08. Let Me Down Easy
09. Where Have I Been
10. Light Light Light

Leo Sidran is a musician, composer, performer, and producer whose credits include co-producing the Oscar-winning song "Al Otro Lado Del Rio" for the soundtrack to the movie The Motorcycle Diaries.

Sidran began his career in music early. Having learned to play the drums from funk-jazz percussionist Clyde Stubblefield, he toured as a teenager with veteran rock star Steve Miller.

Sidran grew up in Madison, Wisconsin. His father, Ben Sidran, is a jazz musician, producer and historian. His mother is a weaver. Leo attended the University of Wisconsin, graduating in 1999 with a degree in history and integrated liberal studies. While still in high school, he developed a fascination with Spain and the Spanish language, and moved to Seville for a year in college. He relocated from Madison to Brooklyn in 2005 and has lived there since.

Sidran began playing and writing music at a young age. He wrote his first song, "Pushing and Shoving", when he was six years old, and recorded a demo of the song with his father. The vocal from that demo was later used on the Sidrans' father-son children's music album El Elefante.

His first instrument was the drums, and his first teacher was Clyde Stubblefield. Sidran would later produce Stubblefield's solo record The Original. As a drummer, Sidran has recorded on many of his father's records, including Nick's Bump, Don't Cry For No Hipster, and the Grammy-nominated Concert for Garcia Lorca.

The Steve Miller Band recorded Sidran's songs before he had graduated from high school. Miller, a longtime friend and collaborator with his father, taught Sidran to play the guitar.

Also while still in high school, Sidran began performing regularly as a jazz drummer with his father. His earliest performances included shows with bassist Richard Davis, saxophonists Frank Morgan and Richie Cole, and guitarist Phil Upchurch.

Sidran released his first solo record, Leo and the Depleting Moral Legacy, while he was in college. The album was a collection of songs he had written mostly in high school, including two songs that had already been recorded by Steve Miller. He played many of the instruments and mixed the record; Paul Peterson, Ricky Peterson, and Steve Marker also contributed.

After returning from Spain, Sidran recorded two bilingual solo albums. In 1998 he recorded L. Sid in Minneapolis with a studio band including Anthony Cox, Gordy Knudtson and Bob Malach. In 2003 he released Bohemia, an album recorded in Madison and Madrid, and featuring appearances by Spanish artists including Jorge Drexler, Ana Laan, and Tino di Geraldo, and American collaborators including Freedy Johnston, Holly Brook, and Howard Levy.

Sidran's fourth solo record, Mucho Leo is scheduled for release in October, 2014.

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zimster   User offline   17 January 2015 06:20

muchos amore! xxxx

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