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Puerto de Buenos Aires 1933

Puerto de Buenos Aires 1933 by Guillermo Nojechowicz buy album

Guillermo Nojechowicz

Label: Zoho Music
Released: 2017
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Track Listing

Milonga Para Los Niños; Trains; Europe 1933; Puerto de Buenos Aires; Berimbao’s Baby; The Unknown Road; I Loved You Too; The Possibility of Change; Bebe; Friday Night Mambo.

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Additional Personnel / Information

Guillermo Nojechowicz: drums, percussion, vocals; Helio Alves: piano; Fernando Huergo: bass; Kim Nazarian: vocals, percussion; Marco Pignataro: tenor and soprano saxophone; Brian Lynch: trumpet; Franco Pinna: bombo legüero, percussion; Roberto Cassan: accordion; Megumi Stohs Lewis: violin; Ethan Wood: violin; Sarah Darling: viola; Leo Eguchi: cello; string arrangements: Nando Michelin.


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