MOY NATENZON | ALGO DE LUZ Y OSCURIDAD

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World: Flamenco Jazz: World Fusion Moods: Type: Acoustic
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ALGO DE LUZ Y OSCURIDAD

by MOY NATENZON

Exciting contemporary flamenco world/jazz compositions. Featurning the great flutist Jorge Pardo, Jerry Gonzalez on trumpet and the best gypsy singers of today
Genre: World: Flamenco
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1. Tarde o temprano
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2:07 album only
2. Seguirilla for Dave Holland
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3. Naturaleza
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4. Silence
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5. El tiempo pasa
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6. Estoy aqui sin estar
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7. Luz
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8. Toro en desigualdad
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9. Jarocho
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This stunning album of Flamenco and Gyspy-tinged World fusion is an intoxicating mix of passion and restraint. From the very first track, which blends emotive, heart-wrenching vocals with minimalist drum machine, you know you’re in for something both moving and unique. Moy Natenzon’s principle concern seems to be in balancing sound and emotion. Each voice and instrument plays a pivotal role, conveying maximum intensity without cluttering the sonic picture or overwhelming your senses.