Sammy Morales Quinteto | Historias, Cuentos Y Canciones

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Historias, Cuentos Y Canciones

by Sammy Morales Quinteto

Historias, cuentos y canciones is músic with strong melodies, good harmonies and great improvisations. A refresh sound of creative music.
Genre: Jazz: Contemporary Jazz
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1. Vals Para Gaby Sammy Morales
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2. Las Preguntas Sammy Morales
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3. Pequeño Pintor Sammy Morales
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4. Rumbita Sammy Morales
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5. Ni Bomba, Ni Fuga, Ni Na' Sammy Morales
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6. El Reposo Sammy Morales
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7. Soledad Imperfecta Sammy Morales
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8. Canto Al Sur Sammy Morales
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9. Desamor Sammy Morales
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"As an accomplished and acknowledged bassist, educator and composer, with decades of experience, Morales draws deep from his Spanish cultural roots and a profound knowledge of its music, spanning from Iberia to Patagonia, the Caribbean and beyond. With "Stories, Tales and Songs" he set out to break the mindset that suggests improvised, Latin-infused jazz must have a dominant percussive element to achieve its goal of being accepted by a comprehensive audience, and presents an exemplary example to prove his point." by James Nadal for All About Jazz


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Raúl Maldonado

"Stories, Tales and Songs"
The Puerto Rican jazz scene is at its best. Reflecting the contribution of David Sanchez, John Benitez and Miguel Zenon among others. Sammy Morales Quintet demonstrates that they are a great band with a subtle yet solid sound . Also, Morales presents his skills as a composer, bassist and leader with this masterpiece.
Excellent job guys!
Favorite Songs: Vals para Gaby, Las Preguntas