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Cyro Baptista - Love the Donkey



Cyro Baptista Love the Donkey
Cyro Baptista - Love the Donkey
(CD) Tzadik, 2005-11-22

Tracklisting :
01. American Constitution
02. Anarriê
03. Rio de Jamaica
04. Forró for All
05. Tap on the Cajon
06. Frevo de Rua
07. Bottles
08. Caboclinho
09. Matan
10. Immigrant Song
11. Maria Teresa
12. Olivia - Step on the Roach
13. Movie Screen
14. Pandeirada
15. Beat the Donkey [Multimedia Track]

Links :
cyrobaptista.com
myspace.com/beatthedonkey
tzadik.com

Press release :
One of the most charismatic and versatile percussionists around, Cyro Baptista has worked with everyone from Herbie Hancock, Sting and Paul Simon to Phish, Laurie Anderson and John Zorn. Following up on his brilliant first CD for Tzadik Beat the Donkey, Cyro Baptista now presents us with his second release, appropriately entitled Love the Donkey.Featuring a wild band of percussionists, dancers and musicians in a varied program of songs and instrumentals, this is an intense CD, beautifully recorded by Jamie Saft at his Brooklyn studio, that captures all the fun and unpredictable excitement of Cyro's astonishing live shows. Included as a bonus is a Quicktime video of the band in action, accessible on your computer. Creative and colorful new music for the whole family to enjoy.
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