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Lush, laid back, and sophisticated.
Misturando (Mixing) – a song title similar to the one of the album. Misturando means mixing. Mixing cultures, mixing musical styles. A song that I’ve also created a while ago, which presents the fine mixtures found in the combination of Jazz and Brazilian. A touch of Blues and Jazz combined with Samba (Samba Jazz). A live interpretation by the group of musicians which counts with Claudio Spiewak on acoustic guitar and Leo Amuedo, on electric guitar, plus Jorge Helder (Bass) and Rafael Barata (drums and percussion). After the piano solo there is a bridge that prepares to a short drum solo, then getting back to the theme.
Floresta Azul; Balada; Giant Steps; Con Alma; Misturando; Memories Of Tomorrow; Naima; Tres Meninos; Crystal Silence; Time Remembered.
Antonio Adolfo: piano; Jorge Helder: bass; Rafael Barata: drums, percussion; Leo Amuedo: electric guitar (1, 4-8); Claudio Spiewak: acoustic guitar (2-5, 9); Marcelo Martins: tenor saxophone, flute (1, 3-5, 7, 9, 10).
March 10, 2013
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