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Silent Talk - Michel Camilo - Live At The Blue Note (CD, Album)

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  1. Recorded over four nights of a weeklong engagement at New York's legendary Blue Note club, this double CD is the first live recording by pianist Michel Camilo and includes a number of new compositions that had not been recorded (or even performed in public) before Camilo and his trio took over the Blue Note stage in March of
  2. Live at the Blue Note (Michel Camilo album) Live at the Blue Note. (Michel Camilo album) Live at the Blue Note is an album released by Michel Camilo on August 26, It was recorded at the Blue Note club in New York City in March Camilo, with Charles Flores, Horacio "El Negro" Hernández and Robert Friedrich, were awarded the Grammy Award for Best Latin Jazz Album for this release.
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  4. camilo,michel live at the blue note. camilo,michel live at the blue note sacd 2 cd set. cd-sacd. jazz umgd/telarc upc: release date: 8/26/ $ pre-owned.
  5. In Camilo's own estimation, this "Live at the Blue Note" is the next evolutionary step beyond the group he'd broken with the Grammy-nominated CD "Triangulo" in ; He is mixing two worlds, and rhythmically there are a lot of challenging moments!!! There is a very high level of communication and risk in all the improvisational moments/5(32).
  6. 8. Happy Birthday/Blue Bossa 9. This Way Out Disc 2: 1. On the Other Hand 2. Mongo's Blues 3. Thinking of You 4. At Night (To Frank) 5. Why Not! 6. Silent Talk 7. See You Later 8. And Sammy Walked In 9. On Fire.
  7. Sep 22,  · Recorded over four nights of a weeklong engagement at New York’s legendary Blue Note club, this double album is the first live recording by pianist Michel Camilo and includes a number of new compositions that had not been recorded (or even performed in public) before Camilo and his trio took over the Blue Note stage in March of

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