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Alan Barnes Quintet - Swingin' The Samba

31-08-2016, 19:05

Title: Swingin' The Samba
Year Of Release: 2003
Label: Woodville
Genre: Jazz
Quality: Mp3 / 320kbps
Total Time: 74:31 min
Total Size: 169 MB

01. La-Teen-O
02. Limbo Jazz
03. Swingin' The Samba
04. Favela
05. Chittlins Con Carne
06. Rio Pakistan
07. Los Caracoles
08. Hold 'em Joe
09. South Of The Border
10. Maria Moca
11. Chorando Baxinho

Alan Barnes - (alto, baritone & soprano saxophones, clarinet, bass clarinet), Art Themen - (tenor & soprano saxophones), John Donaldson - (piano), Simon Thorpe - (double bass), Dave Barry - (drums).

"Swingin' the Samba" showcases virtuoso reedsman Alan Barnes with a quintet featuring tenor saxophonist Art Themen. The seed for a 'Latin' type band was sown by Neil Ferber, organiser of the Appleby Jazz Festival back in the summer of 2000. Neil wanted a quartet by Alan Barnes playing Latin-jazz rather than straightahead be-bop and Alan duly invited John Donaldson, Simon Thorpe and Dave Barry to join him. It was then decided that Art Themen would guest on a few numbers, which eventually turned out to be the whole concert! The concert was an instant success with the Appleby audience which formed a conga line which swayed round the venue whilst the quintet played.

After a year of playing the material at gigs all over the country, the quintet was ready for recording which duly took place at Derek Nash's studio in January of 2002. The result, 'Swingin The Samba' is a brilliant album played by an all-star line up.

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