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Soul Español / Soul Espanol

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Download links and information about Soul Español / Soul Espanol by Oscar Peterson. This album was released in 1966 and it belongs to Jazz, Bop genres. It contains 10 tracks with total duration of 38:16 minutes.

Artist: Oscar Peterson
Release date: 1966
Genre: Jazz, Bop
Tracks: 10
Duration: 38:16
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Tracks

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No. Title Length
1. Mas Que Nada 2:27
2. Manhã de Carnaval 3:45
3. Call Me 5:19
4. How Insensitive 4:02
5. Carioca 4:31
6. Soulville Samba 2:25
7. Amanha (Tomorrow) 4:21
8. Meditation (Meditação) 4:15
9. Samba Sensitive 3:20
10. Samba de Orfeu 3:51

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Oscar Peterson augmented his regular working trio of the time (bassist Sam Jones and drummer Louis Hayes) with Henley Gibson on congas, Marshall Thompson on timbales, and Harold Jones as an added percussionist for this release, which focuses mostly on the music of Brazilian composers (so the title Soul Espanõl is a bit misleading). With the surge of interest in bossa nova and samba, Peterson's interpretations of songs like "Manha de Carnaval," "How Insensitive," "Meditation," and "Samba de Orfeo" have stood up very well against similar jazz recordings of the mid-'60s. Peterson's "Soulville Samba" has a gospel flavor, while his "Sensitive Samba" is more laid-back; Vincent Youmans' decades-old "Carioca" also fit in nicely. This is an enjoyable, if not essential, part of Oscar Peterson's considerable discography.