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A Life Soundtrack

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Marina Albero

Label: Self Produced
Released: 2019
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Track Listing

Mi Secreto; Greek Dance; Cardamomo; Baile Corrido; Tarda d'Estiu; Mon Pou; Indian Jam; K'Antiga; Prelude to Agartha; Overture; Agua Clara; Indiana; Interlude; Not Quite Yet; Superionic; Contracorriente; Nana Del Mar; To Be Continued; My Favorite Things; Calma; I Thought I knew; Nardis; Unexpected; Mompou in Blue; 19 y 42; The Sweetness of the Edge; What Is this Thing Called Love; Music Is Love.

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Marina Albero: piano, psalterium; Hans Teuber: saxophone, flute; Jeff Johnson: bass; Jeff Busch: percussion; D'Vonne Lewis: drums; Serena Albero: voice, guitar; Marcel Albero: alto saxophone; Bori Albero: bass; Dani Dominguez: drums; Alba Carmona: vocals; Rita El Jebari: vocals; Chano Dominguez: piano; Llibert Fortuny: saxophone; Roc Albero: trumpet; Glen Velez: percussion; Vicent Albero: vocals; Laura Tapias: dulzaina; Thierry Gomar: percussion; Chandra Srivastava: violin; Gyan Singh: tablas.

Album Description

Debut album from Barcelona born pianist Marina Albero


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