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José Martí En Nueva York

José Martí  En Nueva York by Manuel Valera buy album

Manuel Valera

Label: Greenleaf Music
Released: 2020
Views: 157

Track Listing

Odio La Mascara Y El Vicio; Es Rubia, El Cabello Suelto; Por Tus Ojos Encendidos; Yo Quiero Salir Del Mundo: Yo Pienso Cuando Me Alegro; El Enemigo Brutal; Tiene El Leopardo Un Abrigo / Cultivo Una Rosa Blanca; Si Quiere Que De Este Mundo.

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Camila Meza (1, 3, 4); Sofia Rei (2, 5, 6, 7): voice; John Walsh (lead on 1, 3), Brian Pareschi (lead on 2, 4-7), Michael Rodriguez, David Smith, Alex Norris: trumpets; Michael Thomas: lead alto and soprano saxophones, C and piccolo flutes; Roman Filiu: alto and soprano saxophones, flute and alto flute; Joel Frahm: tenor and soprano saxophones; Charles Pillow: tenor and soprano saxophones, clarinet; Andrew Gutauskas: baritone saxophone and bass clarinet: reeds; Matt McDonald (lead), John Yao, Andy Clausen, Jeff Nelson (bass trombone): trombones; Manuel Valera: piano, celeste and keyboards; Alex Goodman: guitar; Ricky Rodriguez: bass; Jimmy Macbride: drums; Samuel Torres: percussion (except 2, 5); Mauricio Herrera: Percussion (2, 5).


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