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by Jordi Vilà

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Genre: Jazz: Bebop
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1. Algo De Duke Pel Meu Fill
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2. Longánime
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3. En Blanc I Gris
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4. Ningú Com Tú
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5. D´on S´extrau L´or
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6. Si Em Faltes Tu
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7. Fire Waltz
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8. The Meeting
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9. En Blanc I Gris *
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Album Notes
Towards the end of March Fernando Brunet rang to say that he would be giving a practical electro-acustic class to students at Alicante University, and to ask if I would be interested in doing some recording. I jumped at the chance!

We had to fix a date for early May and Instarted thinking about what to record and, more specially, who with. I considered all the possible combinations, all attractive, but the days went byand I still hadn´t come to a decision. I thought about setting up different combos and recording numbers with each of them. At the beginning of April we agreed on dates, the 12th and 13th of May, and all at once I knew what I had to do. The 11th was my 50th birthday and I would have a party and record some of my own compositions. I put out a few feelers to see who was available and then set to, sorting out papers and working on notes made earlier. It was going to be an informal session, with no plans for a disc.

By Monday evening the following musicians were assembled: Fabio, Esteve, Ramón, and Paul, and on Tuesday the rest arrived: Latino, Carlitos, Jose Luis and Pier. It was a privilege and a joy to get them all together.

Jordi Vilá



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