Richie Zellon | The Nazca Lines

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The Nazca Lines

by Richie Zellon

"A genuine marriage of Afro-Latin rhythms with the towering influences of Jimi Hendrix, Astor Piazzolla and Duke Ellington"-Bill Milkowski  (Jazz Times).
Genre: Jazz: Latin Jazz
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1. Fire
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2. Merenbop
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3. The Wind Cries Jimi
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4. Purple Haze
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5. The Wind Keeps Crying Jimi
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6. The Nazca Lines
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6:00 $0.99
7. Bromeliad Prelude
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8. Dance of the Bromeliads
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9. Sambatrane
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10. In a Sentimental Mood
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11. The Moon Over Medellin
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12. Mission Marinera
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13. Johnny Chango
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14. Dance of the Bromeliads (short version)
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Features Richie Zellon (guitar), George Garzone (sax), Ignacio Berroa (drums), Alex Acuña (percussion), Oscar Stagnaro (bass)& Jose Luis Madueño (piano).

"Creativity and experimentation are essential for the evolution and enrichment of jazz. That's why we believe that Richie Zellon's work is very important as well as timely during a period in which Latin jazz is beginning to display symptoms of stagnation rhythmically as well as harmonically."
-Elmer Gonzales
Latin Beat

"A genuine marriage of Afro-Latin rhythms with the towering influences of Jimi Hendrix, Astor Piazzolla and Duke Ellington."

-Bill Milkowski 
Jazz Times

"A demonstrated expert on the roots of rhythm, from the Dominican Republic to Argentina, Zellon offers compositions that are as educational as they are seductive and danceable." JazzTimes

"The Nazca Lines is an uncommonly ambitious effort that audaciously points Latin jazz in a new direction." New York Latino

"He's a guitarist to keep your eye on, playing a style of Jazz Guitar he shares with no one."
Cadence Magazine


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