Album Info

Album Veröffentlichung:
2018

HRA-Veröffentlichung:
18.10.2018

Label: Blue Engine Records

Genre: Jazz

Subgenre: Vocal

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  • 1Carlos Henriquez Introduction00:38
  • 2Ban Ban Quere06:28
  • 3Too Close for Comfort05:58
  • 4El Cantante08:42
  • 5I Can't Give You Anything but Love06:40
  • 6Apóyate en Mi Alma05:50
  • 7Pedro Navaja08:11
  • 8Begin the Beguine07:38
  • 9Sin Tu Cariño07:48
  • 10Rubén's Medley: Ligia Elena / El Número 6 / Juan Pachanga12:04
  • 11Patria (Encore)07:00
  • 12Don't Like Goodbyes - Bonus Track06:47
  • 13Fever - Bonus Track05:52
  • 14They Can't Take That Away from Me - Bonus Track07:04
  • Total Runtime01:36:40

Info zu Una Noche Con Rubén Blades

Rubén Blades — the salsa giant and nine-time GRAMMY® Award-winning singer, songwriter, actor, and activist — collaborated with the Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra with Wynton Marsalis in 2014 for an extraordinary series of performances on the Jazz at Lincoln Center stage. On these very special style-straddling, Americas-spanning nights, the worlds of salsa and swing collided. Blue Engine Records today announced this historic concert, which the New York Times called “radically beautiful,” will be available as an album release entitled Una Noche con Rubén Blades on October 19, 2018.

Music-directed by Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra bassist Carlos Henriquez (called an “emerging master in the Latin jazz idiom” by DownBeat magazine), Una Noche con Rubén Blades features Blades, backed by the Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra with Wynton Marsalis, performing Blades’ own beloved compositions, including “Pedro Navaja,” “Patria,” and “El Cantante,” as well as swing-era standards like “Too Close for Comfort” and “Begin the Beguine.”

“I’ve known Rubén Blades since I was two years old—or at least I feel like I have,” Henriquez says. “His albums—and the sound and the warmth they generated–filled my family’s apartment at 146th and Brook Avenue in the Bronx, and his music was one of my earliest influences.”

“Jazz is the story of taking old parts and building something new,” he continues. “When Rubén joined us for our performances at Jazz at Lincoln Center’s Rose Theater, we did exactly that using the Great American Songbook and the Afro-Cuban rhythms that propel all the wonderful music that Rubén sang that evening. The music I arranged for Rubén Blades to perform with the Orchestra sounds like Panama, New Orleans, and New York all mixed into one. Those sounds form the heart of all our stories as musicians, and in combining them we reaffirmed that we’re all in this together.”

Rubén Blades, vocals, maracas
Sherman Irby, alto saxophone and soprano saxophones
Ted Nash, alto saxophone, flute, piccolo
Victor Goines, tenor and soprano saxophones, clarinet
Walter Blanding, tenor saxophone
Joe Temperley, baritone saxophone
Paul Nedzela, baritone saxophone
Ryan Kisor, trumpet
Kenny Rampton, trumpet
Marcus Printup, trumpet
Wynton Marsalis, trumpet
Vincent Gardner, trombone
Chris Crenshaw, trombone
Elliot Mason, trombone
Dan Nimmer, piano
Carlos Henriquez, bass
Ali Jackson, drums
Special guests:
Eddie Rosado, backing vocals
Bobby Allende, congas, backing vocals
Marc Quiñones, timbales, backing vocals
Carlos Padron, bongos, cowbell
Seneca Black, trumpet



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