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8 thoughts on “ El Parana - Gato Barbieri With Lonnie Liston Smith / Stanley Clarke - Under Fire (Vinyl, LP, Album)

  1. Mazusar says:
    The Barbieri of the early '70s was a modal post-bopper along the lines of Pharoah Sanders and the pre John Coltrane, but with a strong Latin flavor. Released in , this vinyl LP paints an impressive picture of work that Barbieri had done four years earlier.
  2. Oct 14,  · Gato Barbieri, "Merceditas", album Bolivia, New York City, Bolivia is a live album by Argentinian jazz composer and saxophonist Gato Barbieri featuring performances recorded in .
  3. Samushicage says:
    Gato Barbieri: El Gato () Compilation盤なんだけど、ガトーはいいいなあ Jazz (reeds, fl) Vinyl disc Music Discography Gato Barbieri: El Gato (, Flying Dutchman).
  4. Yotilar says:
    Lonnie Liston Smith - Piano & electric piano CD 3 - Under Fire Gato Barbieri - Tenor saxophone Airto Moreira - Drums, percussion James M'tume - Congas Roy Haynes - Drums Lonnie Liston Smith - Piano, electric piano Stanley Clarke - Bass John Abercrombie - Electric guitar, acoustic guitar Moulay Ali Hafid - Dumbeg CD 4 - El Pampero Gato Barbieri.
  5. Mutilar says:
    Lonnie Liston Smith did it. Deodato did it. Here Gato does it. If you hate that genre, you'll hate this; you can also like this just fine and still think Kenny G sux; it is, after all, no longer Gato Barbieri: EUPHORIA A&M Produced by David Rubinson & Friends, Inc.
  6. Fezilkree says:
    El parana Yo le canto a la luna Antonico Maria Domingas El sertao CD 2 El Pampero Mi Buenos Aires Querido Brasil El Arriero El Gato * (*) Bonus Track not on the original LP configuration CD 1 - Under Fire (originally released as Flying Dutchman FD).
  7. Zuktilar says:
    Label: Philips - • Format: Vinyl LP, Album • Country: UK • Genre: Jazz, Latin • Style: Afro-Cuban Jazz, Soul-Jazz, Fusion, Free Jazz, Modal Gato Barbieri With Lonnie Liston Smith / Stanley Clarke - Under Fire (, Vinyl) | Discogs/5(8).
  8. Zolotaxe says:
    The Allmusic site awarded the album 4 stars stating "Ultimately, Bolivia is a sensual, musically adept, and groundbreaking recording, which offered Barbieri a chance to come in from the avant-garde before heading back to the fringes with the Latin America series. A fine effort that is finally getting the notoriety it .

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