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My Letter to Santa Claus and Los Tres Kings Magicians

I’m looking for the release of JAPO Records, anyone can share with me in MP3 or FLAC from already thank you very much, Merry Christmas and Happy New Year.

Estoy buscando los release de JAPO Records, que alguien pueda compartir conmigo en MP3 or FLAC desde ya muchas gracias, Feliz Navidad y próspero año nuevo.

Sto cercando la liberazione di Japo Records, chiunque può condividere con me in MP3 o FLAC da già vi ringrazio molto, Buon Natale e Felice Anno Nuovo.


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Andy Summers – Green Chimneys: The Music Of Thelonious Monk [FLAC]

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Andy Summers – Green Chimneys: The Music Of Thelonious Monk
FLAC (EAC rip) | separate tracks | Log + CUE | full scans | ~460 MB incl. 3% recovery (4 files)
Genre: Jazz, Jazz-Rock, Contemporary Jazz | Label: R.A.R.E (RAR 1002) | Year: 2007

When this album was released, Bournemouth’s favourite ex-policeman expressed the view that most albums of the music of Thelonious Monk made by anyone other than Monk himself tended to end up as solo-theme-solo blowing sessions which detracted from Monk’s skill as a composer. It’s easy to see what Summer means and also refreshing to hear how his own solution to the problem is in many ways as innovative as Monk’s original thinking. Rather than settling for cloning the originals and then just slapping a guitar part on top, Summers has expertly deconstructed a cluster of Monk favourites and then reassembled them with guitar parts elegantly integrated into the structure of each piece. Predictably, the selection includes “Brilliant Corners”, “‘Round Midnight” and so on, while the presence of Sting as guest vocalist on the latter and Summers’ ability to rustle up some powerful jazz company for this recording (including Peter Erskine and Hank Roberts) is also par for the course. What’s less easy to anticipate is the constant innovation of Summers’ interpretations. A commendable project. –Roger Thomas,

Jorge Alberto Mussuto