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"Thousand Miles" by Julio Awad with Peter Erskine, Paul Wertico and Mark Egan

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Julio Awad
Thousand Thousands is the new CD alone of the pianist and composer Julio Awad, where it assembles a stellar group of musicians to present/display his compositions of Jazz/World Fusion. The acoustic piano sparks in the overture “Returned Tango", an improvisation accompanied by two legendary musicians like the bass player Mark Egan and the drummer Paul Wertico. In other compositions like “We Arrived" it is possible to be appreciated different styles and their fort work like arranger, that an endless ones of sensations creates, counting on the collaboration of the superb drummer Peter Erskine and the wonderful saxo player Patxi Pascual. Also we can delight in this mixture of styles and colors, with two excellent singers like Machan Taylor and Lucy Lummis, who interpret two wonderful tracks of this CD. As the author says “Thousand Thousands" is a mixture of different styles that to interpreted throughout its race and its time has tried to describe different moments from its life.

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