Omar Sosa (born April 10, 1965) is a Cuban-born composer, bandleader, and jazz pianist. Born in Camagüey, Cuba, Sosa began studying marimba at the age of eight, then switched to piano at the Escuela Nacional de Musica in Havana, where he studied jazz. Sosa moved to Quito, Ecuador, in 1993, then San Francisco, California, in 1995. In San Francisco he became deeply involved in the local Latin jazz scene and began a long collaboration with percussionist John Santos.
Omar Omar is a afro-cuban jazz music album recording by OMAR SOSA released in 1996 on CD, LP/Vinyl and/or cassette.
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Omar Sosa is a Latin jazz composer, bandleader and pianist who began his musical journey at age eight, when he started studying marimba composition. After taking up piano at Escuela Nacional de Musica in Havana, he developed a taste for jazz and submerged himself into the rich Latin jazz community in Cuba. Sosa found himself in San Francisco during the mid-1990s and quickly made a name for himself with his Afro-Cuban jazz style, a mix of modern jazz, Latin rhythms, spoken word and North African percussion. Since the release of his debut album Omar Omar, in 1997, he has built an impressive and.
Omar Sosa & NDR Bigband. 10th Annual Jazz Album Winner. Hear More At The Vox Pop Jukebox. I wrote a new piece to open the recording. Why did you choose to submit this work to The 10th IMA’s? Because it’s a unique project bringing together musical sensibilities from Cuba, Brazil, and Germany. Did you use any unusual effects or instruments in this recording? Arranger Jaques Morelenbaum is a cellist, so we included cello solos on a couple of the tracks. Were there any happy accidents while in the studio, or did everything go as planned? The CD was recorded in two sessions, in 2007 and 2008, at NDR’s Hamburg studio, with 23 musicians involved.
|1||Calling The Baby||0:29|
|4||Crash De La Tierra||2:19|
|6||Danzón De Los Indios||3:50|
|8||El Puente Conversando||5:52|
|13||El Campo De Arére||6:40|
|14||La Otra Mano||3:44|
|16||Suénos De Infancia||2:59|
|18||Otra Nana [Bonus Track]||3:35|
- Copyright (c) – Otá Records
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Sosafunke Music Publishing
- Recorded At – The Hidden Barn, Big Sur, CA
- Edited At – Studio 150
- Recorded At – Audio 1, Hilversum
- Composed By – Omar Sosa
- Design [Graphic] – Tomas F. Presas
- Editor [Pro Tools] – Joeri Saal
- Effects – Joeri Saal
- Engineer – Frank Mathijssen (tracks: 18)
- Mastered By – Ken Lee Mastering
- Photography – Marc Silver , Nick Hillel, Olivier Auverlau, UGA
- Piano – Omar Sosa
- Producer – Omar Sosa, Paul Harvey (tracks: 18)
- Recorded By – Barklie Henry*, Jack Tossman
NotesRecorded May 2nd 2002
Otra Nana recorded February 12th 2003
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 6 16444 10112 0
- Matrix / Runout: SILVER CENTURY INC SC1728 CDR03050270 CID-J003
- Mastering SID Code: IFPI LU11
|SKP 9041-2||Omar Sosa||A New Life (CD)||Skip Records||SKP 9041-2||Germany||2003|