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Saturday, 29 March 2008

Sentir إحساس ♪ Omar Sosa عمر سوسا


Album : Sentir إحساس

Artist : Omar Sosa عمر سوسا

Country : Cuba-Morocco -:- كوبا-المغرب

Melodies :
(1). Opening for Elegguá
(2). Sucesion en Blanco
(3). Rojo Changó
(4). Manto Blanco
(5). Toridanzón
(6). Azul Yemayá
(7). Oda al Negro
(8). Sister in Yellow
(9). Cielo y Mar Azules
(10). Tres Notas en Amarillo
(11). Rojo y Negro
(12). Eggun
(13). Sentir
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Omar Sosa is one of the most versatile jazz artists on the scene today: composer, arranger, producer, pianist, percussionist, and bandleader. He fuses a wide range of world music and electronic elements with his native Afro-Cuban roots to create a fresh and original urban sound - all with a Latin jazz heart. On stage, Mr. Sosa is a charismatic figure, inspiring his fellow musicians with his dynamic playing and improvisational approach to the music - an approach full of raw emotional power and humor. Mr. Sosa invariably inspires audiences to their feet and to join him in chorus vocals, heightening the sense of spontaneity and connection ... The official site. Includes news, photos, biographies, interviews, reviews, and tour dates :
About the Album : Omar Sosa moves from idea to idea, sound to sound, and theme to theme with the attention span of a 4-year-old boy with ADD. Once the Cuban-born pianist immigrated to San Francisco in 1995, he released several albums in quick succession, each with little in common with the others and each featuring a different lineup and influences. Sentir offers an interesting mix of several Moroccan musicians, a rapper, a Cuban vocalist, a Venezuelan percussionist, and the hyperactive Sosa on piano. As one would imagine, there are surprises around every bend as the album unfolds. Highlights include choruses of interwoven vocals--particularly on "Sister in Yellow"--the rich calliope and percussion throughout, and the romantic "Tres Notas en Amarillo." Somehow the Moroccan-Cuban-Latin fusion works for Sosa. This is in part because the songs move along quickly, seldom waiting for ideas to play out. But it's also due to taste and pacing: the album contains some quiet moments that give the listener time to breathe. For music fans with a bent for musical multiculturalism, Sentir is a global music adventure well worth taking.
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