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Jazzpaña Live

Gerardo Núñez, Ulf Wakenius, Chano Domínguez, Ramón Valle Trio, Christof Lauer, Cepillo

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1
Calima
Gerardo Núñez; Ulf Wakenius; Cepillo
11:45
2
Alma de Mujer
Chano Domínguez
8:48
3
Para Chick
Ramón Valle
6:31
4
Siboney
Ramón Valle Trio
6:18
5
Blues for Pablo
Christof Lauer; Omar Rodriguez Calvo; Liber Torriente
3:17
6
El vito
Gerardo Núñez; Christof Lauer; Ulf Wakenius; Cepillo; Ramón Valle Trio
12:17
7
Calima (Encore)
Gerardo Núñez; Christof Lauer; Ulf Wakenius; Cepillo; Ramón Valle Trio
14:08
Total Playing Time    63:04
Connecting the unexpected, flamenco meets jazz on Jazzpaña live in a special multicultural statement. Flamenco nuevo guitarist Gerardo Núñez and Swedish jazz guitarist Ulf Wakenius are joined by the Ramón Valle Trio, pianist Chano Domínguez and other musicians for these performances, recorded live in concert at the Berlin Philharmonie in October 2014 and at the WDR 3 Jazzfest in Dortmund in January 2015.
48 kHz / 24-bit PCM – ACT Music and Vision Studio Masters

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