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The Blessing

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Gonzalo Rubalcaba 10/14/1991

Review

The virtuosic Cuban pianist Gonzalo Rubalcaba's first recording to be issued in the U.S. is still one of his best. With strong accompaniment from bassist Charlie Haden (one of his early champions) and drummer Jack DeJohnette, Rubalcaba is in frequently exciting form throughout these performances. Highlights include an outstanding investigation of "Besame Mucho," "Giant Steps," Ornette Coleman's beautiful "The Blessing," and an unusual treatment given to Bill Evans' "Blue in Green." ~ Scott Yanow
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  1. # Track Artist Length
  2. 1 Circuit Gonzalo Rubalcaba 5:29
  3. 2 Sandino Gonzalo Rubalcaba 4:53
  4. 3 Besame Mucho Gonzalo Rubalcaba 7:39
  5. 4 Giant Steps Gonzalo Rubalcaba 5:23
  6. 5 Sin Remedio el Mar Gonzalo Rubalcaba 4:16
  7. 6 Silver Hollow Gonzalo Rubalcaba 6:36
  8. 7 The Blessing Gonzalo Rubalcaba 6:55
  9. 8 Blue in Green Gonzalo Rubalcaba 6:47
  10. 9 Simbunt Ye Contracova Gonzalo Rubalcaba 5:6
  11. 10 Mima [Live Classics] Gonzalo Rubalcaba 2:57

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