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Music for Big Band

by Jerry González & Miguel Blanco

Remastered edition of legendary trumpet player Jerry González's first and only recording with a Big Band. Jazz, Latin Jazz and Flamenco. Arranged and conducted by Miguel Blanco. Featuring Jorge Pardo, Perico Sambeat, Albert Sanz and Gorka Benitez.
Genre: Jazz: Latin Jazz
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1. Fall
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2. El Vito En El Congo
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6:51 album only
3. Goodbye Porkpie Hat
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4. Nightfall
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5. Grana
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6. Duende Y Aché
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7. Rumba Pa' Kenny
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Jerry González & Miguel Blanco
Music For Big Band
Arranged and conducted by Miguel Blanco

Recorded by Nono Ruíz at Estudios Laietana, Barcelona, Spain, 2005
Mixed and mastered by Pablo Baselga at Infinity, Madrid, Spain, 2005
Remastered by Israel Sandoval, 2012
Produced by Miguel Blanco and Thomas Schindowski

Jerry González: trumpet (1/2/3/4/5/6/7) congas (4) vocals (7)

Albert Sanz: piano (1/5)
Alberto Cabello: bongos (3) shekere (7)
Aleix Tobías: sabar and djembé (2)
Alex Ventura: timbales (3)
Ángel Molas: baritone sax (2)
Ángel Subero: bass trombone (3/4/5/6)
Antonio Peral: alto sax and clarinet (1/2/3/4/5/6)
Antonio Sanchez: percussion (1/4//5/6)
Cándido Mijares: alto sax (7)
Carlos Nostro: alto sax , soprano sax and clarinet (1/2/3/4/5/6)
Dani Pérez: electric guitar (4)
Daniel Aldama: vocals (7)
David Pastor: flugelhorn (1/3/5/6)
Dennis “Huevo” Hernández: flugelhorn (1/2/6)
Digna “Papin” Olivera: vocals (7)
Eduardo Tancredi: piano (2)
Fernando Hurtado: trumpet (2/7)
Gorka Benítez: tenor sax and flute (1/3/4/5/6/7)
Jaume Maristany: tenor sax and flutes (1/2/3/4/5/6)
Jesús Catala: percussion (2/4/7) vocals (7)
Jimmy Jenks: tenor sax (2)
Jonathan Badichi: flugelhorn (1/3/4/5/6)
Jordi Fiol: electric bass (1/2/3/4/5/6)
Jorge Pardo: flute (6/7)
José “Pepe” Espinosa: clave and cata (7)
José Luis Monton: flamenco guitar (2) palmas (5)
José Pardal: trombone (7)
Josep Gomariz: trumpet (2)
Juan Chamorro: baritone sax, bass sax and bass clarinet (1/3/4/5)
Juanjo Arrom: trombone (1/2/3/4/5/6/7)
Lluis Figuerola: trumpet (7)
Marc Vila: percussion (1/4/6)
Mariano Díaz: electric piano (7)
Norman Hogue: trombone (1/3/4/5/6/7)
Pep Mendoza: electric guitar (1/2/3/5/6)
Pere Enguix “Petete”: trombone (1/3/4/5/6)
Perico Sambeat. soprano sax (2)
Raynald Colom: trumpet (3/4/5)
Roger Font: trumpet and flugelhorn (1/2/3/4/5/6)
Segundo Mijares: tenor sax (7)
Sergio Bienzobas: baritone sax (7)
Tito Busquets: drums (2/4/5/6) and catá (1)
Vicenç Soler: congas (3)
Víctor Correa: trombone (1/2/7)
Yelsy Heredia: acoustic bass and vocals (7)

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