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JAMES SANDERS Y CONJUNTO AÑO 2002 . LIVE IN LITTLE VILLAGE RECORDED AT LA JACARANDA




 01. Green Dolphin Street 8:22 
 02. Consejera 9:51  
 03. Mambo Influenciado 6:01  
 04. Footprints 8:51   
 05. Free Delivery 6:24 
 06. Historia de Amor 6:30   
 07. Tico Tico 3:32  
 08. Danzon for My Father 8:55   
 09. Confirmation 5:55


Musicos

 James Sanders, Violin

His approach to the violin combines improvisational influences with the finesse developed from a lifetime of traditional violin study. See
 Steve Eisen, Flute

Whether it be Jazz, Rock, R&B, Caribbean, Brazilian, Funk and Folk, this saxophone and flutist is at home in any contemporary musical genre.
 Jose Porcayo, Bass

Having established himself as one of Chicago's most reliable and consistent Latin bass players, Jose understands the big picture and lays down a steady dependable bottom in a polished traditional Afro Cuban tradition
 Luis Rosario, Timbales

Born in Puerto Rico and raised in Chicago, Luis amasses his rhythmic influences through more than 30 years experience as a percussionist performing Salsa and Latin Jazz.

Roel Trevino, congas/percussion

Veteran Chicago percussionist Roel provides a rich Latin Caribbean accent to Conjúnto. He has been a catalyst in bringing together the members of the group.

Donald Neale, piano

A highly demanded Chicago pianist/composer, Donald finds inspiration from Cuban composer Ernesto Lecuona. He also leads his own Tipico Charanga ensemble, Nueva Charanga and is pianist/composer/arranger for the Cerqua/Rivera Art Experience dance company.

Brett Benteler, bassist

Brett has developed mastery of many musical styles and has great knowledge of the Jazz and the Afro - Cuban idoms. As well as being a part of the Conjunto line-up, he also performs with Latin Pianist Samuel del Real, is a member of Cuartisimo, and works with Street Sounds Chicago poet David Hernandez.

Jean-Christophe Leroy, timbale/drums
educates and performs with musicians and dance companies
throughout Canada and the U.S.. His strongest influences are West African music and
styles resulting from the fusion of African and Western culture/art, such as the
Afro-Caribbean folkloric and pop (specializing in Cuban and Brazilian traditions), and the Afro-American styles such as funk and jazz.



Roel Trevino whom I had started Conjúnto with a year before owned a small club in Litlle Village called The Jacaranda. He had brought up the idea of having Conjúnto perform there. Leaving Downtown I navigated south to check out the club. When I hit 26th Street, the lights and signs lit up the evening sky. The Jacaranda was in the midst of this.
The club was cozy and intimate, a great setting for live music we decided to make a stand. Roel threw up some lights, we bought a P.A. and our friend Ruben, a good bass player and master carpenter built a stage. We started playing every Friday night and our friends and the community supported us. Then and now it seems like every time we play there are magical moments and intimate encounters with people who stop by and musicians who sit in.
In my opinion, the band is comprised of some of the finest musicians in the city, But, more impor-tantly we all love to play this music and we are enjoying ourselves. In addition to his magnificent Conga playing Roel Trevino has influenced the direction of Conjúnto by giving us a base of operation and no matter where we may play I have a feeling The Jacaranda will always be home to us.
As on many other nights we had a great crowd on the evenings of these recordings. We dedicate this album to all of you who come out and inspire us to reach for something higher.



Roel Treviño, quien había comenzado Conjunto con un año antes de propiedad de un pequeño club en Litlle pueblo llamado The Jacaranda. Había traído la idea de tener Conjunto realizar allí. Dejando centro que navega hacia el sur hasta visita el club. Cuando llegué a la calle 26, las luces y señales iluminó el cielo de la tarde. La Jacaranda se encontraba en medio de la presente.

El club fue íntimo y acogedor, un escenario ideal para música en vivo que decidimos hacer un stand. Roel arrojó algunas luces, nos compramos una P.A. y nuestro amigo Rubén, un buen bajista y maestro carpintero construyó un escenario. Empezamos a tocar todos los viernes por la noche y nuestros amigos y la comunidad nos ha apoyado. Entonces y ahora parece que cada vez que jugamos hay momentos mágicos y los encuentros íntimos con la gente que pasar por aquí y músicos que se sientan pulgadas

En mi opinión, la banda está compuesta por algunos de los mejores músicos de la ciudad, pero, más importante aún a todos nos gusta jugar esta música y nos estamos disfrutando. Además de su magnífica Conga jugando Treviño Roel ha influido en la dirección de conjunto por que nos da una base de operaciones y no importa donde se puede jugar tengo la sensación de la Jacaranda siempre será el hogar de nosotros.

Como en muchas otras noches que había una gran multitud en las noches de estas grabaciones. Dedicamos este álbum a todos los que salen y nos inspiran a llegar a algo más elevado.


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