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There are some beautiful sounds woven in, under, around, and through; Pablo Aslan's 'Contrabajo' / Contemporary Fusion Review

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Exciting jazz bass artistry Pablo Asan – CONTRABAJO:  One of my first (and best) exposures to Pablo's exciting jazz bass artistry was his performance with Roger Davidson reviewed in issue # 162, so it's very interesting to note that this new album was released on Roger's Soundbrush Records label… in addition to Pablo's magical bass, you'll also hear Pablo Saraví, violin Hernán Briático, violin Adrián Felizia, viola Gloria Pankaeva, violoncello, and special guests Paquito D' Rivera, clarinet track 4 Raúl Jaurena, bandoneon track 10… tunes like the high-spirited "Tanguajira" will help you realize the joy that life can bring, & I can guarantee that your feet will be "itching" to get out on the dance floor.

There are some beautiful sounds woven in, under, around and through "Confluencias"… true jazz convergence, in a most exciting way, on this very unique and engaging piece of music… Pablo's double-bass is the foundation on this flawlessly recorded tune!

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