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Jazz, funk, and bossa vibes kiss each other, all wrapped up in JLR's trademark cinematic feel. In his colorful 'Un Hombre de Buenos Aires', recorded in 1978, JLR puts the political outcry of his early 70s works aside and focuses on his love for the city of Buenos Aires.Jorge Lopez Ruiz gets far less credit than he deserves. His crucial role in shaping Argentina's jazz history should place him right next to Gato Barbieri and Lalo Schifrin, who found success abroad. It's an honor to dig deeper into his vast discography after having already reissued his masterpiece Viejas Raices and his historical milestone album Bronca Buenos Aires.As always, Jorge Lopez Ruiz enroled for the recording of Un Hombre de Buenos Aires some of the best musicians in the country. The line-up includes Dino Saluzzi on bandoneon, Domingo Cura on percussion, and his lifelong friend Pocho Lapouble on drums.Tracklisting:A1. El Grito del Hombre (8:14)A2. La Nostalgia de Hombre (4:00)A3. La Alegria del Hombre (4:22)B1. El Ruego del Hombre (5:01)B2. El Adios del Hombre (9:18)
Jazz, funk, and bossa vibes kiss each other, all wrapped up in JLR's trademark cinematic feel. In his colorful 'Un Hombre de Buenos Aires', recorded in 1978, JLR puts the political outcry of his early 70s works aside and focuses on his love for the city of Buenos Aires.Jorge Lopez Ruiz gets far less credit than he deserves. His crucial role in shaping Argentina's jazz history should place him right next to Gato Barbieri and Lalo Schifrin, who found success abroad. It's an honor to dig deeper into his vast discography after having already reissued his masterpiece Viejas Raices and his historical milestone album Bronca Buenos Aires.As always, Jorge Lopez Ruiz enroled for the recording of Un Hombre de Buenos Aires some of the best musicians in the country. The line-up includes Dino Saluzzi on bandoneon, Domingo Cura on percussion, and his lifelong friend Pocho Lapouble on drums.Tracklisting:A1. El Grito del Hombre (8:14)A2. La Nostalgia de Hombre (4:00)A3. La Alegria del Hombre (4:22)B1. El Ruego del Hombre (5:01)B2. El Adios del Hombre (9:18)
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Format: Vinyl
Label: ALTERCAT
Rel. Date: 01/26/2024
UPC: 048753258910

Un Hombre De Buenos Aires
Artist: Jorge Ruiz Lopez
Format: Vinyl
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Jazz, funk, and bossa vibes kiss each other, all wrapped up in JLR's trademark cinematic feel. In his colorful 'Un Hombre de Buenos Aires', recorded in 1978, JLR puts the political outcry of his early 70s works aside and focuses on his love for the city of Buenos Aires.Jorge Lopez Ruiz gets far less credit than he deserves. His crucial role in shaping Argentina's jazz history should place him right next to Gato Barbieri and Lalo Schifrin, who found success abroad. It's an honor to dig deeper into his vast discography after having already reissued his masterpiece Viejas Raices and his historical milestone album Bronca Buenos Aires.As always, Jorge Lopez Ruiz enroled for the recording of Un Hombre de Buenos Aires some of the best musicians in the country. The line-up includes Dino Saluzzi on bandoneon, Domingo Cura on percussion, and his lifelong friend Pocho Lapouble on drums.Tracklisting:A1. El Grito del Hombre (8:14)A2. La Nostalgia de Hombre (4:00)A3. La Alegria del Hombre (4:22)B1. El Ruego del Hombre (5:01)B2. El Adios del Hombre (9:18)
        
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