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Mili Bermejo/Dan Greenspan:
Duo
DUO coverThis intimate and powerful recording of voice and double-bass duets offers the listener a front row seat in a performance that dances on the boundary between strength and fragility, evoking emotions which probe the depth of the human spirit.  Featuring fourteen compositions including six Bermejo originals alongside works by Milton Nascimento, Duke Ellington, Bill Evans and Abbey Lincoln, bass and voice weave a transparent web between the worlds of jazz and Latin song.

Mili Bermejo is an extraordinary vocalist and composer whose power and sensitivity derive from her conviction to the lyric and her devotion to the art of song.  Dan Greenspan plays the double-bass with a passion that makes the textures and moods of the music almost palpable a perfect complement to Milis voice.  In a world where bigger is more often than not perceived as better, duo confirms that power in music can come in surprisingly small packages.

Qty: CD Price: $12.00

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PERFORMERS
Mili Bermejo, voiceDan Greenspan, bass
   
PROGRAM
1. Como Hacemos? (Mili Bermejo) 4:22
2. Throw It Away (Abby Lincoln) 4:48
3. Waltz for Debby (Bill Evans) 4:25
4. Ay Pais! (Mili Bermejo) 4:07
5. My One and Only Love (Mellin, Wood) 4:12
6. Hocus-Pocus (Lee Morgan) 4:06
7. San Vincente (Milton Nascimento) 6:39
8. Luna Nueva (Mili Bermejo) 2:55
9. Paz (Mili Bermejo) 5:01
10. Cosa Linda (Avelino Munez) 4:05
11. I Thought About You (Johnny Mercer) 4:24
12. Decimas de Muerte (Mili Bermejo) 3:45
13. Prelude to a Kiss (Duke Ellington) 4:44
14. Anaita (Mili Bermejo) 2:44
  
Recorded on 11, 18 & 19 November 1996 at the Music Room in Cambridge, Massachusetts.
  
Executive Producer: Gunther Schuller
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