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Cimarron

Released on e7 Studios LLC

"Intoxicating, unpredictable, and exciting"

- Glide Magazine

“Josean Jacobo among the most compelling of the new generation of Latin Jazz explorers”

- All About Jazz -

Josean Jacobo & Tumbao

Afro Dominican Jazz

 

Commited to the music of the Dominican Republic,

pianist and composer Josean Jacobo is successfully coloring jazz with his culture.

Considered by All About Jazz Magazine “Among the most compelling of the new generation of Latin Jazz explorers.”.

Jacobo owns a unique and exciting style, and with the support of his group, fill the audience with their original and innovative explosive sound waves.

The Boston/Santo Domingo based group create an athmosphere rich in folkloric idioms.

 
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Reviews

 

"One of today’s freshest and most compelling sounds in Latin jazz". "Intoxicating, unpredictable, and exciting". 

- Glide Magazine -

"Jacobo’s music is played with a searing intensity and technical finesse that gives new meaning to the term “percussive power”".

- Latin Jazz Network -

“Josean Jacobo among the most compelling of the new generation of Latin Jazz explorers”.

- All About Jazz -

“The Ambassador of Afro-Dominican Jazz”

- Bitz Magazine - (Dominican Republic)

"Jacobo's use of Afro Dominican rhythms brings unorthodox and consistently exciting results"

- New York City Jazz Record Magazine -

"Josean's pianism is completely subsumed by the forces that have molded his spiritual heritage."

- Hot House Magazine -

"Josean Jacobo and his group Tumbao are in the fore of creating a propitious  fusion of Dominican Folkloric idioms and contemporary instrumental styles"

- Latino Magazine - 

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Cimarron

by Josean Jacobo & Tumbao

¨Cimarronaje¨ was a process that was lived in the Caribbean, consisting of the escape of black slaves to the mountains where they took refuge and formed societies in which they mixed their customs from Africa with the customs they learned from their Spanish masters and those mixtures were the basis of what today is, in our case, the Dominican culture.

Personnel:

Josean Jacobo - Piano, Jonathan Suazo - Alto Sax, Rafael Suncar - Tenor Sax, Daroll Mendez - Upright Bass, Otoniel Nicolas - Drums, Mois Silfa - Dominican Percussion

Produced by Edward Moreta - E7 Studios LLC

Recorded at E7 Studios in Boston, MA by Alberto Santamaría and Edward Moreta

Mixed and Mastered by Alberto Santamaría - Nora Sounds LLC

Released on E7 Studios LLC