Tierra de Mis Padres
A spectacular Altissimo Tenor Saxophone performance that never loses sight of the goal of entertaining the listening audience. The album begins with Latin Jazz instrumental tunes highlighting a lifelong journey to find a musical voice complete with soulful playing on 'To 'Hulies' and 'Ramona' to the exciting bopish sounds on 'El Barrio Y Javier'. The saxophone experience culminates in the exciting world of altissimo on 'Son De Packales', the ending of 'To 'Hulies' and the breakthrough performance on 'BopAmigos' . Fans of legendary saxophonist Lenny Pickett and Earl Bostic will find a new adventure in the altissimo world on this new release. For the Salsa fans, the album continues with some up tempo tunes sure to light a fire under your feet and make you want to dance. The eclectic vision of life growing up in the Barrio shows the vocal stylings most intent on getting the message out that life is truly beautiful. From 'Un Paso Adelante' to Quisiera Regresar' to the title track, 'Tierra De Mis Padres', listeners will be taken through a variety of musical styles sure to satisfy the musical heart.