Alexis Cuadrado "Noneto Ibérico" EPK





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Uploaded on Feb 8, 2011

"Alexis Cuadrado is carving a place for his exceptional bass playing and his most impressive composing abilities. 'Noneto Iberico' is a successful brilliant endeavor embracing the complexities of Spanish Flamenco rhythms while embedding contemporary American jazz improvisations and harmonies. Alexis' unique compositions are passionate with tons of clarity throughout! 'Noneto Iberico' is going to demand repeated listening! BRAVO!" -- Rufus Reid -- Bassist/Composer "Listen to Cuadrado's compositions and you'll find every reason to take him seriously." -- Josh Jackson, NPR Music "The rich melody lines, the handsome harmonies, the subtle rhythmic changes, the excellent solo work and ensemble parts and the joyous attitude of the music all make 'Noneto Ibérico' worth your investigation." -- Richard Kamins, Step Tempest "Alexis Cuadrado is a bassist/composer/band leader after my own heart. With Noneto Iberico he's going for something personal, accessing folk music of his native country and continuing to add to and expand the definition of the word 'jazz'. I'm a fan." -- Ben Allison -- Bassist/Composer "Dexterously melding sophisticated harmonies with the Spanish rhythms . . . Cuadrado's orchestrations wove a multi-hued tapestry. . ." -- Russ Musto, All About Jazz New York (on the premiere of Noneto Iberico at The Jazz Gallery, October 2009)
credits released 01 March 2011 Produced by Alexis Cuadrado Co-produced by Ave Carrillo Recorded, Mixed and Mastered at Systems Two Studios in Brooklyn, NY Recording Engineers: Joe Marciano, Max Ross, Rich Lamb Mixing and Mastering Engineer: Michael Marciano Design by Hyperakt: www.hyperakt.com Photography by Alexis Cuadrado Portrait Photography by Ave Carrillo Noneto Ibérico was created with support from Chamber Music America's New Works: Creation and Presentation Program, funded through the generosity of the Doris Duke Charitable Foundation. Additional support from the Catalan Center at NYU, Dixi Carrillo, and 152 backers through Kickstarter.com. Perico Sambeat (saxophones & Flute), Loren Stillman (saxophones), Avishai Cohen (trumpet), Alan Ferber (trombone), Brad Shepik (guitar), Dan Tepfer (piano), Marc Miralta (percussion), Mark Ferber (drums), Alexis Cuadrado (bass), with VERY special guests Israel Suárez "Piraña" (Paco De Lucía)
, Tomás Moreno "Tomasito" (Chano Domínguez), 
Blas Córdoba "Kejío" (Vicente Amigo), 
on flamenco handclaps and "Jaleos"

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