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LATIN MUSIC For Your Consideration ( LARAS 2013 & NARAS 2014 )

August 06, 2013

By Michael P. Lazarus, Founder LPM

Hello Grammy Voting Members - do you have any entries for the upcoming awards? Please reply with your links. I'm getting excited with anticipation for this year's selection. Good vibes to all. Looking forward to listening to your entries.

Here are a few albums I mastered for this season...some really heartfelt and incredible music. Click on the album covers for more info on the independent releases (3) and a link to the official artist page from the major label project I worked on (Los Amaya - Universal Music Spain).

SAN FRANCISCO by BRIAN ANDRES & The Afro-Cuban Jazz Cartel
Latin Jazz + Engineering (NARAS + LARAS)
Click the album cover below for more info


Tropical + Engineering (NARAS + LARAS)
Click the album cover below for more info


General Record + Album + Song +
Engineering + Traditional Pop Vocal + Video
Click the album cover below to visit the official
Universal Music Spain Artist Page


Instrumental (NARAS + LARAS)
Click the album cover below for more info


Brian Andres = LATIN JAZZ + ENG. = http://goo.gl/y6LGmf

Pacific Mambo Orchestra = TROPICAL + ENG. = http://goo.gl/cvdIti

Los Amaya = RECORD + ALBUM + ENG. = http://goo.gl/eNjKKJ

David Longoria = INSTRUMENTAL = http://goo.gl/WjbH6e

Michael Lazarus
Latin Music Mastering

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