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Sonido

Camino de Las Suenos

Flamenco, Jazz, Smooth Jazz, Worldly

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The Review: Multi-Talented Composer / Pianist / Producer Arie Salma and American Guitar- Virtuoso Rob Math formed Sonido on January 2012, giving birth to a fantastic musical journey which takes you through an exhilarating multi-cultural experience. The music of Sonido is mostly categorized as worldly flamenco, but is also equal parts fascinating, engaging, challenging, and altogether passionate. Core muskiness Math/Salma has created a sublime soundscape which is peppered with infectious Spanish flavors, amazing sounding guitar riffs, and finely sliced up melodies that create an impeccable mixture of music. Music that is invigorating to the mind, body and soul. If anything, it captures the sheer impassioned Spanish vibe that runs through these tracks like it runs through the veins of these musicians. All of this creates a musical environment so compelling and oh so listenable, compatible with virtually any listener. In many ways there are parts of the tracks that feel inspired by Smooth Jazz and World music in general, but make no mistakes this a World Class Flamenco band. I say smooth Jazz because most notably in the way that the same pieces use more melodic straight forward movements –more compatible to a mass audience no doubt. Some of this might be categorized as dumbed down Flamenco but it’s impressive nonetheless. I might add much of it is not dumbed down. Math/Salma are not stupid – they are presenting the world their music in the most marketable light. Here we see the best of both worlds – Sooth Jazz for marketability and radio exposure, and Flamenco for all the rest of the spoils. This lets the music go round and round, recognizing that just because we might be hearing similar music on the Smooth Jazz dial, we might not necessarily be hearing it in the same manner as the rest of the format on the station in question. From the time it takes off with “My Star” to the time Camino De Los Suenos finds itself drawing to its close with “Black Sea” it feels as though it might not leave your soul after the music has stopped. Much like a brilliant sunset, but eventually Read Entire Review

 

      

          

     

          

 

 

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