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Sunaga t Experience - Versiliana Samba



Sunaga t Experience Versiliana Samba
Sunaga t Experience - Versiliana Samba
(12") Flower Records FLRS-047, 2004-11

Review :
Un excellent track de samba-jazz nippon addictive, à la base une reprise du pianiste italien Romano Mussolini, remixé, ou plutôt 'cuivré' par nos finlandais préférés du Five Corners Quintet. Difficile de faire plus 'worldwide'!
(Djouls)

Tracklisting :
A1. Versiliana Samba
B1. Versiliana Samba (The Five Corners Quintet Remix)

Valtteri Pöyhönen: guitar & compositions
Jose Mäenpää: trumpet
Petri Puolitaival: flute
Timo Tuppurainen: bass
Jaska Lukkarinen: drums
Rasmus Pailos: percussion

Links :
sunaga-t.com
thefivecornersquintet.com
myspace.com/thefivecornersquintet
Djouls

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