Greetings jazz enthusiasts, the weekend has finally arrived for some of us we’re entangled in the chill of this winters bliss. As always, thanks a bunch for hanging out with us at The Urban Flux!
Various Artists -[|]- Miles Espanol -(MP3)- [Entertainment One Music, 2011 | Review]
Even though we’re midway into the first month of the year, I’m honored to reflect on some recordings I have spent time on numerous occasions last year. For instance, being that I love adore new music I was blessed to immerse myself in this riveting, fresh yet approachable Latin influenced project that paid tribute to the legendary Miles Davis.
Although marginally restructured the compositions on this rendition of “Sketches of Spain” are persevered to retain its original content yet they are challenged to explore uncharted territory. Interestingly enough, you’ll find a welcome twist of multifaceted nuances underscored in the fabric of these gems will keep you returning for more. Appropriately titled “Miles Espanol,” this project is evenly shaped and divided from a Latin Jazz perspective was conceived, mended and produced by the incomparable Bob Beldon. Continue reading