Spirojazz | Tales of Buenos Aires and Other Distant Lands

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Tales of Buenos Aires and Other Distant Lands

by Spirojazz

Highly rhythmic and layered jazz/funk/world/electronica
Genre: Pop: Euro-Pop
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1. The Wine Dark Sea
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2. Pericles
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3. Budapest to Buenos Aires
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4. Rachel's Jungle Dance
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5. Funky New York
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6. Disco Borges
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7. Journey of the Magi
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8. Lucy Comes Home
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9. San Telmo Blue
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10. Between Two Worlds
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11. Dobro Man From Capetown
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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Spirojazz a/k/a/ Spirodon Leon is an exciting new multi-instrumentalist with roots simultaneously in jazz, world music, funk, and rock with emphasis on rhythms and often danceable rhythms. However, the music makes you want to stop and listen, as it often beautifully melodic and unpredictable. Imagine a world where the music of Santana, King Sunny Ade, Latin American electronica, Euro-Jazz, McCoy Tyner, Yusef Lateef, Weather Report, and the rhythms of Baaba Maal and Peter Gabriel come together into a cohesive synthesis that sounds startlingly unique and greater than the sum of its parts. His new album, Tales from Buenos Aires and Other Distant Lands is an incredible trip around the world which will have you waiting for his next release, "History of Our New Age" due out in early spring 2009.


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Jennifer

Love it!
This CD really blew me away. Very innovative with beautiful songs. Listened to it over and over.

Franco

Coolest thing on CD Baby
This album keeps getting better and better everytime I listen to it. Especially loved Rachel's Jungle Dance.

okinswerdna

Take the Journey!!!
This is a journey, not a moment to waste. You will find hidden treasures waiting for you that you thought never existed!