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Los Fuegos de San Telmo

El 50 Elemento

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1
Sintiéndome Bien
El 50 Elemento
5:09
2
Las luces de San Telmo
El 50 Elemento
6:38
3
Yatzil
El 50 Elemento
5:43
4
Muy temprano
El 50 Elemento
4:12
5
Primavera Invierno
El 50 Elemento
5:06
6
Unpredictable Changes
El 50 Elemento
3:57
7
Hope
El 50 Elemento
6:09
8
Reflexiones
El 50 Elemento
4:33
9
Belfort Blues
El 50 Elemento
5:08
10
Avanzando la espera
El 50 Elemento
2:49
11
In This Moment
El 50 Elemento
3:54
12
Marco in Memoriam
El 50 Elemento
5:42
13
Sube y baja
El 50 Elemento
3:33
14
Camino a casa
El 50 Elemento
3:07
Total Playing Time    65:40
Mexican jazz quintet El 50 Elemento merges traditional rhythms with swing, bebop, cool jazz, modal jazz and Latin influences on Los Fuegos de San Telmo, resulting in a unique fusion soundscape delivered by instrumental combinations that include bugle with soprano sax and flute with flugelhorn. The basic accompaniment of piano, bass and drums supports the improvisational talents of the band members, most of whom are also composers.
44.1 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Urtext Studio Masters

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