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Ed Calle Plays Santana

by Ed Calle

Great sax instrumental pop album nominated for a 2005 Grammy in the instrumental category.
Genre: Jazz: Latin Jazz
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1. Evil Ways
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2. El Faro
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3. Smooth
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4. Europa
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5. Oye Como Va
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6. Samba Pa' Ti
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7. Black Magic Woman
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8. Flor D' Luna
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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Miami-based saxophonist Ed Calle and his family moved to America in 1966, his father suggested that Calle take some music classes. Calle picked tenor saxophone and took to it quickly, soon spending nearly all his free time practicing.

As a student at the University of Miami, Calle decided that music was his calling, and received a master's degree in jazz performance. Even before he left school, however, Calle played with artists like Gloria Estefan and the Miami Sound Machine, and toured with performers such as Julio Iglesias and Bob James. Calle has also worked as a sideman for Arturo Sandoval, Jon Secada, Vanessa Williams, and Frank Sinatra, as well as contributing to television and movie soundtracks.

Along with his Latin roots, Calle's playing style is influenced by his love of mathematics—he also holds a bachelor's degree in math from Florida International University. Calle shares his technical background and heritage with the elementary school children he lectures as a traveling music teacher.

Ed Calle Plays Santana is his 6th Album. This is the first time he tackles an individual artist's music (Santana) and his efforts have paid off with a Grammy Nomination for the Best Instrumental Album of 2005.


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william perez

ed calle plays santana
very cool interpretation of santanas music its a excelent cd to listen

Jane in Houston

ed calle plays santana
wow we this cd rocked my world, I was instantly taken away to a far away place that I had only dreamed of going to, I felt this music!!!!!

Aline

10 STARS actually
Ed Calle, this is the best CD I have ever heard with your super sax playing. I am very fond of Santana music and so are some of my friends! You are not a 5 STAR you are more of a 10 STAR, Fantastic JOB... love this, all my songs are on here, Especially " SMOOTH" of 1999, Has a very special meaning for me! SO SMOOTH is this instrumental, mmmmmhhhh SMOOTH