Latidos

Latidos by Pablo Zapata
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Pablo Zapata

Label: Self Produced
Released: 2016
Views: 648

Track Listing

Latidos Assejazz Nights Un nuevo dia Maese Pedro Gandul Love moments My friend Morillo Quinteño Que no se entere Randy Guadalquivir


Personnel

Pablo Zapata
bass, electric
Rafael Garces
saxophone, tenor

Additional Personnel / Information

Pablo Zapata: Electric bass, keyboards, composition and arrangements. Horacio “El Negro” Hernández: Drums. Jimmy González: Drums. Rafael Garcés: Saxo tenor y alto (Tenor and alto sax). Javier Ortí: Saxo tenor y soprano (Tenor and soprano sax). Pedro Cortejosa: Saxo tenor (Tenor sax). Guillermo Trujillo, Trujiz: Trompeta (Trumpet). Manuel Morillo: Flauta travesera (Transverse flute). Álvaro Gandul: Piano. David Montoya: Piano, Teclados (Keyboards). Manuel Soldán: Guitarra eléctrica (Electric guitar). Sine León: Percusión (Percussion). Víctor Pérez, Vitiko: Percusión (Percussion).

Album Description

Jazz, Jazz-fussion, Latin jazz. This new project called LATIDOS was born from the feelings that music provokes with that power to stimulate our emotions. For me, LATIDOS means feelings, it is the rhythm, the beat of the music. That rhythm, present in nature, in the movement of the planets, in the succession of the seasons or in the pulse of the heart. I hope this album makes your hearts vibrate with emotion. Special collaboration by Horacio "El Negro" Hernandez.


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