Tramontana by Juan Andrés Ospina
From the album
Highly accomplished big band accompaniment to the sound girls who live at the bottom of the sea make when wanting to sink a boatful of men. #ComeInOutOfTheRainMyFlipper
About the Album
"Tramontana" is the first track on Colombian composer/bandleader Juan Andrés Ospina's big band debut of the same title. The album, out April 20, 2018, realizes a decade-long dream with a multi-national ensemble and guest appearances by Cuban sax legend Paquito D’Rivera and Colombian vocalist Lucia Pulido.
Tramontana; Todavía No, feat. Paquito D’Rivera; 102 Fahrenheit; Like Someone in Love; Recuerdos de un Reloj de Pared; Ver Llover.
Sam Hoyt: trumpet; Jonathan Powell: trumpet; Brian Davis: trumpet; Guido Gonzalez: trumpet; Michael Fahie:, trombone; Matthew McDonald: trombone; Malec Heermans: trombone; James Rogers: bass trombone; Hadar Noiberg: flute; Alex Terrier: soprano sax/alto sax; Uri Gurvich: alto sax/flute; Linus Wyrsch: tenor sax/clarinet; Justin Flynn: tenor sax/clarinet: Carl Maraghi: baritone sax/ bass clarinet; Carolina Calvache: piano (#1, #3, #4, #5); Nicolás Ospina: piano (#6); Juan Andrés Ospina: piano (#2); Nadav Remez: guitar; Andrés Rotmistrovsky: electric bass; Marcelo Woloski: percussion; Petros Klampanis: upright bass (#5); Franco Pinna: drums (#2, #6); Ronen Itzik: drums (#1, #3); Dan Pugach: drums (#4, #5); Magda Giannikou: accordion (#5); Sofia Ribeiro: voice (#1); Lucia Pulido: voice (#6). SPECIAL GUEST: Paquito D’Rivera: soprano sax (#2).
June 10, 2018
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