Notes and Editorial Reviews
2. Tango a Mi Padre/Nocturn/Elegia: Nocturno / Elegia
3. Mundos/Exposicion Desarrollo/Cadensia/Imitacion/Marcha/Ecapitulacion: Exposicion / Desarrollo / Cadensia / Imitacion / Marcha / Recapitulacion
5. Viernes Santo/Introduccion/Part A/Part B: Introduccion / Part A / Part B
6. Milonga (La Punalada)
7. El Camino/Introduccion/Imitacion: Introduccion / Imitacion
Dino Saluzzi Group: Dino Saluzzi, Celso Saluzzi (vocals, bandoneon, percussion); Felix "Cuchara" Saluzzi (soprano & tenor saxophones, clarinet); Armando Alonso (guitar); Guillermo Vadala (bass); Josed Maria Saluzzi (drums, percussion); Arto Tunboyaci
Recorded at Estudios Ion, Buenos Aires, Argentina in May 1991. Includes liner notes by Dino Saluzzi.
Personnel: Dino Saluzzi (bandoneon, percussion); Armando Alonso (guitar); Celso Saluzzi (bandoneon, percussion); Felix "Cuchara" Saluzzi (clarinet, soprano saxophone, tenor saxophone); Guillermo Vadala (electric bass); José Maria Saluzzi (drums, percussion); Arto Tuncboyaciyan (percussion).
Recording information: Estudios Ion, Buenos, Aires (05/1991); Estudios Lon, Buenos Aires, Argentina (05/1991).
Photographers: Caroline Forbes; Steven Miller .
With Astor Piazzolla's recent death, Dino Saluzzi inherits the mantle of tango supremacy. This '91 release has him playing with his brothers Celso (who also plays the bandoneon), Jose (a drummer and percussionist), and Felix (a saxophonist), plus vocalists, guitarists, and another percussionist. The music mixes tango with elements of Bolivian and Uruguayan music. There are some beautiful sections, and some uneven ones as well. ~ Ron Wynn
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