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Habana Dreams

The Pedrito Martinez Group

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1
Mi Tempestad
The Pedrito Martinez Group
6:09
2
Compa Galletano
The Pedrito Martinez Group
6:32
3
Dios Mio
The Pedrito Martinez Group
4:43
4
Recuerdos
The Pedrito Martinez Group
4:42
5
Encantamiento Yoruba
The Pedrito Martinez Group
2:58
6
Tributo a Santiago De Cuba
The Pedrito Martinez Group
6:03
7
Antadilla
The Pedrito Martinez Group
3:29
8
Tuve Una Revelación
The Pedrito Martinez Group
6:23
9
Habana Dreams
The Pedrito Martinez Group
5:32
Total Playing Time    46:31
"Habana Dreams, along with other recent high-profile Latin-jazz projects teaming Cuban and Western artists and recorded on the island, is a fulfilled promise."
- Jeff Tamarkin, JazzTimes

Grammy-nominated percussionist, singer and band leader Pedrito Martinez brings his fiery quartet to Havana's famed EGREM Studios for this top-shelf record. This thrilling Afro-Cuban unit is joined by a variety of high-profile guests including Wynton Marsalis, Rubén Blades and Angélique Kidjo.
88.2 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Motema Music, LLC Studio Masters

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