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Latin jazz and world music blend on new Miguel Espinoza Flamenco Fusion album
(Published: July 23, 2019)

Miguel Espinoza Flamenco Fusion is an eclectic music project which combines exciting fusion influences with the sounds of jazz and other styles such as world music. Espinoza's most recent recording project, Turtle Dreams, features five outstanding songs. This release is a balanced collection of tracks which explore the relationship between Latin rhythms and jazz arrangements. As a result, listeners are treated to a sound that's classy and understated yet extremely colorful and vibrant in every way.

The first track, "The Wind," is actually a perfect introduction, welcoming the listener into the aesthetics of this record. "Kushlamar" is yet another inspiring number, which makes me think of a stunning combination between jazz and subtle world-music influences.

"Turtle Zhivago" might be one of the most distinctive songs on this EP, and albeit it is the shortest song on the entire album. It definitely adds much character to the album. The record keeps moving on with "Ultimos Momentos," which roughly translates into "The Last Moments." This song is a comprehensive and distinctive track with a slightly progressive twist in its arrangement.

I would definitely recommend this album to any fan of music with sophisticated rhythmic elements and catchy music with a greater purpose. I love the emotional, natural, and organic quality of this recording, which brings a nice old-school touch. It almost feels like dusting off a warm old vinyl record and getting reacquainted with a stunning classic.

Last, but decidedly not least, "Joy" is a extended suite, which is likely one of the most accomplished songs on this release.

More Information: http://maestroespinoza.com


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