Three albums by Arturo Sandoval to give away at Christmas (Part III)




The last ISM recommendation is this live album recorded in Yoshi´s, an important venue located in Oakland, California. This Trumpet Concert in which Sandoval and crew render musical honors was launched in 1995 and contains seven tracks: first pays tribute to the genre’s earliest New Orleans traditions (Second Line – Joe Avery’s Blues) then proceeding on to Bebop (Bebop Medley). Without forgetting his deep Latin roots (El Manisero) and his bound-less love for mentor Dizzy Gillespie (Dear Diz and Every Day I Think of You), as well as for trumpet icons Clifford Brown (Joy Spring Sureña) and Miles Davis (Seven Steps to Heaven). A dollop of Clark Terry’s “mumbling” is even thrown in for good measure.

“I enjoyed Arturo Sandoval’s Latin Jazz concert at Yoshi’s night club on July 4th. He combined all kinds of Jazz inspiration into his own unique “Latin Soul” music. His music is so free and universal. I feel Arturo’s inspiration can bring us together and is taking us into a new dimension of our new world… – Yoshi.

Release: October 2nd, 2015

To read the previous article visit hereThree albums by Arturo Sandoval to give away at Christmas (Part II)


  • 10 Time Grammy Award Winner
  • Emmy Award Recipient
  • 6 Time Billboard Award Winner
  • 2013 Presidential Medal of Freedom Recipient
  • 2016  Honorary Doctorate recipient in Fine Arts from The University of Notre Dame
  • 2015 Hispanic Heritage Award Recipient

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