Keywords: latin; jazz; acoustic; other
01 - Mugre - 5:14
02 - Bonita - 3:59
03 - Losevoia - 4:33
04 - La Torcida - 2:39
05 - Todo Te Recuerda - 4:46
06 - Mogorpio - 6:44
07 - Zamba Del Carnaval - 4:59
08 - Barrio Cordón - 4:29
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The many roads of teachers, colleagues and friends converge in this record.
Where each one of them blessed it with their music. Eight tracks, thirteen musicians and a many hours of work let us confirm our identity through this unique production.
Showing our singular approach of latinamerican music.
Leandro Casas – Piano, Arrangements, Composition and Background voice (8)
Agustín Strizzi – Drums, Arrangements, Composition, Chico, Repique and Piano drums (3 y 8), Bombo Legüero (4), Udú & accesories (5), Pandeiro (6) y Background voice (8)
Gabriel García – Double Bass (except 4)
Gastón Ramos – Voice (1 y 8)
Lucas De Carlo – Bandoneón (1)
Rafael Ferrero – Alto Sax (5 y 6)
Miguel Crozolli – Tenor Sax (6)
Alexis Spector – Surdo, Cuica & Agogó (6)
Ignacio Martín – Tamborim, Frigideira, Pandeiro & Rebolo (6)
Hernán Rodriguez – Voice (7)
Juan Carlos Cirigliano – Piano solo on “Mugre”
Alejandro Devries – Piano solo on “Bonita”
Ricardo Nolé – Piano solo on “Barrio Cordón”
Recorded, mixed and mastered by Fernando Bartolomé in Estudios Sol y Luna, on December, 2009.
Gepel is a trio founded in 2006. The music is characterized by its original way of playing different popular music languages from Latin America with the traditional jazz sound texture.
From the very beginning till now, many musicians shared music with us, nowadays, we are:
Agustín Strizzi - Percussion, Arrangements & Composition.
Leandro Casas - Piano, Arrangements & Composition.
And, as a guest on Double Bass, Gabriel García.