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When Omar finally had the chance to meet her, Mieko’s creative spirit utterly impressed him, and he enlisted her distinctive voice for is the latest example of Omar Sosa’s transcendent determination to seek new combinations, a manifestation of improvisatory freedom wherein the musical destination is subordinate to the extemporaneous joy of shared artistic expression.
Given their respective touring and recording schedules, it took a year, but in July 2013 Omar and Seckou went into the Fattoria Musica recording studio in Osnabrück, Germany and laid down the core tracks for : in April 2013, Galician bagpiper-pianist-composer Cristina Pato invited Omar to Santiago de Compostela, where Pato hosts an annual residency frequented by associates of Yo-Yo Ma’s Silk Road Ensemble.
There Omar met Silk Road charter member and sheng master Wu Tong, whom Omar was moved to bring into the project.
Recorded at Radio France in Paris in front of a live, studio audience, Live à FIP offers new interpretations of many of the compositions from Mr. With the exception of Omar Sosa, the relation to Cuban music for these musicians is somewhat removed, though respectful and engaging. From the mysterious, ethereal beginnings of Follow My Shadow, with its bass string drone and yearning melodic figure, to the classical lyricism and haunting beauty of Impromptu in D Minor, the recording opens in a delicate, understated mood.
Sosa’s 2006 GRAMMY-nominated CD, Mulatos, as well as a number of new pieces. Omar’s extraordinary abilities as a composer, pianist, marimba percussionist (new here to many of his followers) and his authoritative leadership threads this together beautifully to create a major development for a Cuban jazz artist. Mute Ostinato in C continues Omar’s fascination with the bass drone, as in Indian classical music, combined with a series of lilting rhythmic figures, and unique use of the coco shells inside the piano on the strings.
Also included is a set of four atmospheric interludes, featuring traditional music samples combined with improvised piano and soprano saxophone accompaniment. That has been Omar Sosa’s response to our proposal: to revisit , by Miles Davis, from his own (quite exceptional) aesthetic assumptions. The 41st Voll-Damm Barcelona International Jazz Festival had hired drummer Jimmy Cobb – the only surviving member of the group’s original line-up who created that record – and a tribute band committed to revive, in concert, the memory of that iconic jazz piece. Omar Sosa joined him for a Duo performance in Cagliari on July 9th (concert number 26)! So too, it seems, was the poet and novelist Langston Hughes, a seminal voice in the Harlem Renaissance, whose reading of "The Struggle" was sampled then woven into the narrative. The ensemble fuses the folkloric with the contemporary, the tribal with the urban - all with a Latin jazz heart. (OTA1007) , we find "Gracias Señor" and "Para Dos Parados", both featuring poignant string arrangements, and the later featuring the exquisite vocal styling of María Márquez.