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Cultural Survival

David Sanchez

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Highly Recommended!!!!!

Arguably one of the best tenor saxophonists performing & recording today, David Sanchez has added another incredible CD to his already impressive discography. Featuring a new piano-less quartet through much of the recording, David showcases his phenomenal playing, a true master at his instrument, on his own compositions as well as 2 non-originals. The fiery version of Eddie Palmieri’s “Adoración” and the beautiful Thelonious ballad “Monk’s Mood.” With special guest pianists Danilo Perez (Manto Azul & Cutural Survival), Robert Rodriguez (La Leyenda del Cañaveral) and the stand out playing of guitarist Lage Lund throughout … this is a must have CD for any jazz fan. You will not be disappointed! Stand Out Tracks: Coast To Coast, Adoración, Monk’s Mood, Cultural Survival & La Leyenda del Cañaveral (a brilliant 20+ minute piece worth the $9.99 by itself).

cultural survival

Another excellent recording by the talented David Sanchez.....cool sounds with deep meanings

Refreshing!!!

This is what I would call quality jazz music. No gimmicks....just good music. Hooray for David!

Biography

Born: 1968 in Guaynabo, Puerto Rico

Genre: Jazz

Years Active: '90s, '00s

David Sanchez took up the conga when he was eight and started playing tenor at age 12. He graduated from a performing arts high school in 1986, spent a year studying psychology, and then moved to New York City in 1988, having decided to become a musician. Sanchez attended Rutgers University, studying with Kenny Barron, Ted Dunbar, and John Purcell. After a period freelancing in New York with many top Latin players (including Paquito D'Rivera and Claudio Roditi), Sanchez joined Dizzy Gillespie's United...
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