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"Invisible" by Luis Munoz

From the album

Luz
Record Label: Pelin Music
By Luis Munoz
Released: 2013

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Fiona's Comments

Mesmerising steel guitar perfection, glowing muted cornet, gentle pitter patter drums all tucked in with rolling bass and piano links. This is a lovely lullaby. (If you like Norah Jones Come Away With Me band, it's kinda like.)

About the Album

Track's name: "Invisible" From the CD "LUZ" (PEL2013) by Luis Munoz, released on 1/15/13 Written and produced by Luis Munoz Adam Asarnow: Piano Jonathan Dane: Muted Cornet Tom Etchart: Acoustic Bass Bill Flores: Pedal Steel Guitar Luis Munoz: Drums, Additional Piano

Track Listing

El Sueño de Adán; Invisible; Amarilis; Al Silencio; El Sendero de las Aves; Vals de la Luz; Preludio; Testamento/Mas Alla; Entre El Mar y la Tristeza.

Personnel

Luis Muñoz: drums, percussion, background vocals, piano (2-6); Adam Asarnow: piano (1-3, 6); George Friedenthal: piano (4- 8); Tom Etchart: acoustic bass; Jonothan Dane: trumpet, cornet (2); Téka Penteriche: lead vocal (1, 4); Magos Herrera: lead vocal (8); Bill Flores: pedal steel guitar (2); Laura Hackenstein: violin (3); Narciso Sotomayor: acoustic guitar (3); Carlomagno Araya: drums (5); Ramses Araya: bata drums (5); Tom Buckner: tenor sax (5); Christopher Judge: acoustic guitar (6, 8); Gilberto Gonzalez: acoustic guitar (9); John Nathan: marimba (9).

Reviews

  • Luz by Jerry D'Souza
  • Luz by Mark Corroto
  • Luz by Hrayr Attarian
  • Luz by James Nadal

Date featured

February 8, 2013

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