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Brian Andres & The Afro-Cuban Jazz Cartel - This Could Be That (2016)

20-01-2016, 00:35

Title: This Could Be That
Year Of Release: 2016
Label: 57:15
Genre: Jazz: Latin Jazz, Afro-Cuban Jazz
Quality: 320 kbps
Total Time: Bacalao Reocrds
Total Size: 134 MB

1. Amyable (5:12)
2. Esto Puede Ser Eso (6:05)
3. Limite (6:33)
4. Les Cailloux (4:07)
5. Got A Match (3:29)
6. My One And Only Love (7:00)
7. Bacalaitos (5:13)
8. Roasted To Perfection (5:51)
9. Banderas Rojas (3:54)
10. Relativity (5:05)
11. Algo Nuevecito (4:40)

The San Francisco Bay Area has been a historic hotbed for Latin Jazz artists. From Cal Tjader to Armando Peraza, John Santos to Wayne Wallace. The Latin jazz tradition has thrived in the Bay Area. It is from this tradition that The Afro-Cuban Jazz Cartel arrives. Lead by drummer Brian Andres, the group was formed to contribute its own mark to that storied history. Featuring Grammy Award winning musicians as well as esteemed music educators, the ACJC never fails to perform its music at the highest level. The repertoire consists of original compositions as well as exciting original arrangements of classics from Cuba, Puerto Rico, Mexico and the United States. He group is equally capable of performing a dance or concert repertoire, as well as educational presentations such as lectures, workshops or instruction focused on the musical instrumentation, composition and arranging or cultural significance and history of the music they perform.

The ACJC has two CD’s. Released in 2007, the first recording, Drummer’s Speak, hailed the arrival of the group. Featuring 9 songs that were composed by well known Jazz drummers and percussionists, each tune was given an original arrangement by members of the group. In 2013, the ACJC released its second recording, San Francisco. Focusing on the composing, arranging and performing talent of the SF Bay Area Latin Jazz scene, the recording debuted on the CMJ Jazz Top 40 at number 39. Eventually climbing to number 23, it was met with critical acclaim while staying on the CDBaby Best Selling list for 4 months.

The Afro-Cuban Jazz Cartel's third recording, This Could be That, it's a continuation of the hard hitting, modern Latin Jazz sound they've become known for, and features special guests Alex Acuna, Venissa Santi, John Santos, Louie Romero, Michael Spiro, Calixto Oviedo, Jesus Florido and Brian's father, Mike Andres.

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