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Album Review

Roberto Perera's Paraguayan harp is a surprisingly useful choice for a Christmas record; as an instrument, it has an evocative voice capable of appealing to fans of steel drums or smooth jazz guitar. Although the record wisely uses a live band of percussionists for accompaniment, they're never allowed room for playing beyond the rote Christmas record backing (and the several tracks that add keyboards make the songs sound especially cloying). Perera is a master of the harp, but a solo setting would have resulted in a better album for the holidays. Highlights include "What Child Is This?," "Winter Wonderland," and "Niño Lindo."

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Biography

Genre: Jazz

Years Active: '80s, '90s, '00s

Roberto Perera merges a classic instrument, the folk harp, with contemporary sounds on his new Heads Up release, In the Mood. In Perera's capable hands, the Paraguayan instrument becomes the vehicle for an irresistible array of jazz, pop, Latin, and Afro-Caribbean rhythms combined with arousing syncopation, uniting all of the Americas in a style born of his unique musical vision. The top contemporary jazz lineup on In the Mood includes guitarists...
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