Wayne_Wallace_Latin_Jazz_Quintet_-_To_Hear_From_There_(2011) > bit.ly/1sWDJWV
Corey Christiansen Lone Prairie This is a new release by Michael's colleague in the Jazz Department at Indiana University. Classes Michael has ongoing private and group instruction at his home. To Hear From There is a graceful, joyous album. Wayne Wallace Bien Bien! Just nominated for a 2011 Grammy in the Latin/Jazz category! . Vocalist, Kenny Washington lights up the eternal beauty of Juan Tizols Perdido and makes it quite his own as does that force of nature, vocalist Bobi Cespedes, who also ignites the lyrics of The Peanut Vendor (El Manicero), which has been done so often yet is made new on this album.
In many respects that belies a deep connection with his African roots. Roadmap for the Oru del Igbodu This is the entire Oru Seco (Havana style) written out in Western music notation, with full explanations and description. Products and News Latin Percussion has just released the Michael Spiro signature Hi-Hat Shekere Check it out at LPMusic.com Equipment Michael Spiro plays Latin Percussion, Sabian cymbals, Yamaha drums, Vic Firth sticks, and Remo drumheads. Latin Jazz Collective Que Sorpresa! Producer, 21 piece Latin Big Band, 2010 Indiana, University Latin Jazz Ensemble. By Michael Spiro and Justin Hill . Notify me of new posts by email. - 2011 Latin Jazz Vibes Player Of The Year Stefon Harris Ninety Miles David Snchez, Stefon Harris, & Christian Scott . - 2011 Latin Jazz Boundary Breaking Album Of The Year Crdoba Pedro Giraudo Jazz Orchestra .