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Artist:   Felipe Lamoglia

Style Released Album Tracks Charts
Latin Jazz 2007 8 0


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# Name Play Time Info
01  Reborn
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8:06 batas: Tomás Cruz, bajo: Tiago Alvez
02  Dimensions
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8:08 batería: Cuca Teixeira, bajo: Armando Gola
03  Natural
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10:41 piano: Pepe Rodríguez, congas: Giovanni Hidalgo
04  Nevula
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8:50 batería: Cuca Teixeira, bajo: Armando Gola
05  No Puedo Ser Feliz
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6:26 batas: Philver Armenteros, piano: Pepe Rodrígues
06  Wise One
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6:48 piano: Pepe Rodríguez, congas: Giovanni Hidalgo
07  After You
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6:21 batería: Ignacio Berroa, bajo: Armando Gola
08  Recorda Me
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7:12 batería: Cuca Teixeira, bajo: Armando Gola
Recorded in Brazil, this album is based on the three dimensional points of saxophonist and composer Felipe Lamoglia's career: Cuba, Brazil and the USA. Featuring percussionists Giovanni Hidalgo and Ignacio Berroa, this album highlights Felipe's melodic compositions and emotional sax sound. Felipe is also part of the Cuban Timba All-Stars.

Felipe Lamoglia - Live at Arturo Sandoval Jazz Club
Musicians and Special Guests on
Felipe Lamoglia's DIMENSIONS

Felipe Lamoglia Leader, Saxophones
Pepe Rodríguez Piano
Armando Gola Bass
Tiago Alvez Bass on 1,3,8
Ignacio Berroa Drums 5,6,7
Cuca Teixeira Drums 1,2,3,4,8
Giovanni Hidalgo Congas, Bongos
Tomás Cruz Batá
Hilario Bell Batá
Philver Armenteros Batá

Intro by Felipe Lamoglia: After more than ten years of profound learning in a classic school as the one I attended in Cuba, it was only in 1992 through a tour in Brazil that I had the opportunity to play in the most diverse clubs. It was only then that I started to express the music that was always inside me: Jazz. Not that in Cuba I hadn't done it before, but Brazill took me in like a son and it was where I began listening to the true musicians of the soul. I really hope that everyone who in one way or another has followed and supported my music throughout all these years can enjoy this album and receive my sincere thanks. Special thanks to Juan Estevez, Bruno Cardoso and Waldy Dominguez.