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Alejo Borrero's passion for Latin jazz is warm and exciting on new release
(Published: November 01, 2019)

Alejo Borrero is an artist and performer with a passion for great Latin music, with some Bolero influences. Recently, he put out a new album named Mis Sentimientos.

The album sets the bar higher in terms of production quality and excellent tonal variety, with 12 amazing songs that explore different stylistic directions. The title track itself is very indicative of what you can expect from this release in terms of performance excellence. In addition to that, "Arrullo de Palmas" is definitely another amazing tune with a special feel. It stands out as one of the most exciting tracks on the entire release, and I really love the scope of the arrangement as well.

The tune "Poquita Fe" is also quite impressive because the melody is so memorable and spot on.

One of the most outstanding features about this project is definitely the fact that the production offers a warm, bright and catchy mood, giving the audience a unique vibe.

More Information: http://alejoborrero.com

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