Tribal Sage | Behind The Mask

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Behind The Mask

by Tribal Sage

Packed with top-notch guest artists, creative electronics and first-rate world percussion, this album is sure to be one of your favorites. Afro-Cuban, Jazz, New Age and World Beat genres blend together seamlessly aided by exotic vocals.
Genre: World: World Beat
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1. Caña Brava
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2. Chandani
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3. Las Flores
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4. Daybreak in Macondo
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5. Into Light
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6. Forest Path
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7. Horizon
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8. Ero
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9. Stranger at the Bar
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Tribal Sage's first album Behind the Mask is a daring combination of sounds and traditions: Electronica meets Afro-Cuban Rumba, tribal spirituality and New Age. New York based percussionists/composers Roger Squitero and Javier Diaz have crafted a collection of beautiful songs with intoxicating rhythms inside a fantastic sonic world. The album features Javier Diaz on vocals and percussion, Roger Squitero on percussion and super talented guest artists such as Bill Evans on Sax, Toyin Spellman on English Horn, Lincoln Goines and Mark Egan on Bass and many more.


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