EL ECO with Guillermo Nojechowicz exciting jazz passport EL ECO with Guillermo Nojechowicz – PUERTO DE BUENOS AIRES 1933-A LATIN JAZZ SUITE – FROM WARSAW TO ARGENTINA: If that album title sounds like a “mouthful”, wait until you check the player list… you’ve got HELIO ALVES piano; FERNANDO HUERGO bass; KIM NAZARIAN vocals, percussion; MARCO PIGNATARO tenor, soprano sax; BRIAN LYNCH trumpet and GUILLERMO NOJECHOWICZ drums, percussion, vocals (as well as an extensive GUEST ARTIST list)… but as you listen to luscious Latin tunes like “Milonga Para Los NinosTrains“, (this goes HOT tomorrow, 13 October, 2017, so you should be able to find samples then) you’ll realize that Guillermo’s aural images are easy to see as you listen to his drums and percussion leading the large group; Kim’s vocals make a lot of that magic scenery come alive for your ears, too.
If your ears are yearning for something with driven Latin rhythms, you’ll find the enchanting and lively “Friday Night Mambo” very much to your liking… I’ve no doubt you’ll be dancing the night away to this scintillating tune! Right in that same spirited zone is “The Unknown Road“… the horn work on this tune is superb; in fact, it’s one of the most powerful and exciting Latin jazz tunes I’ve listened to (yet) in 2017
The swirling life projected by the players on “Puerto De Buenos Aires” made it an easy pick for my personal favorite of the ten (long) compositions offered up for your jazz listening (and, perhaps, dancing) pleasure… again, Ms. Nazarian’s vocals just make the tune shine ever-so-vibrantly! An excellent jazz chronicle by Guillermo that gets a MOST HIGHLY RECOMMENDED from me, with an “EQ” (energy quotient) rating of 4.99. You can learn more about Guillermo on his Jazz Times profile. Rotcod Zzaj
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