Jason Lee Bruns | the Egrem Session

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the Egrem Session

by Jason Lee Bruns

This Cuban-Jazz single, produced by jazz drummer Jason Lee Bruns was recorded at the famous Egrem Studio in Havana Cuba and features an all-star cast of Cuba's best musicians.
Genre: Latin: Cuban Jazz
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1. Gandinga, Mondongo y Sandunga
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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On August 2nd 2008, Jason Lee Bruns arrived in Havana, Cuba under a professional research visa. Challenging and exciting, his one-month journey began. He spent the days refining local drumming styles at the “Conjunto Folklórico National” and the evenings immersing himself in the live music at Havana’s most known (and most unknown) venues. The culmination of his experiences resulted in the opportunity to produce an ensemble of Cuba’s stars. Recording on a half-broken rented drum set (delivered in a side-car during the pouring rain) at the famous Egrem Studio 101; Jason produced this Cuban-jazz version of a descarga by the late blind Cuban pianist Frank Emilio: Gandinga, Mondongo y Sandunga. Enjoy this recording as Jason shares with you his unique experience, the nostalgia of the people, y el amor de la música.


Performers:
Jesús Fuentes Aldama - soprano sax
Barbara Rose Olorenshaw – violin
Julio Valdrés Iventez – piano
Pedro Ordóñez Padrón - bass
Jason Lee Bruns - drumset
Pedro Alvarez - timbales
Ivette Gonzales Kessel - congas


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ashleye Michelle Henyan

real cuban jazz
This is THE BEST cuban jazz i have heard. This is AUTHENTIC and BEAUTIFUL. What a great work of art!

Mario Santonastaso

Cuban Jazz Greats
Bringing Authentic Cuban Jazz to the world! Jason is a rising star with dedication to his craft.