|1||Eu Sei Que Vou Te Amar||8:38|
|6||The Elements ll||8:06|
|8||Canción Del Cañaveral||9:27|
|COL 517368 6||David Sanchez||Coral (CD, Album)||Columbia||COL 517368 6||Austria||2004|
|CH 90313||David Sanchez||Coral (CD, Album)||Columbia||CH 90313||US||2004|
|CH 90313||David Sanchez||Coral (CD, Album, SAC)||Columbia||CH 90313||Austria||2004|
David Sanchez's Coral is the latest in what has turned out to be a somewhat lonely genre: the orchestral jazz album, in which a soloist is placed against a backdrop of strings (think Sketches of Spain, Focus, or Charlie Parker with Strings . Coral works against that deficiency. Like many good records, it succeeds on a number of different levels at once. Aside from the presence of strings (beautifully arranged and conducted by Carlos Franzetti, who also wrote "Vexilla Regis," one of the album's moodier tracks), it serves as a historical document of sorts, resuscitating and preserving little-known works by three great Latin American composers: Antonio Carlos Jobim, Heitor Villa-Lobos, and Alberto Ginastera.
In addition to Sánchez's highly innovative core sextet bringing its versatile jazz improvisations to these songs, the performance is further buoyed by the City of Prague Philharmonic Orchestra's accompaniment.
David Sanchez, Coral. But there's more to Sanchez's jazz-and-strings album than canny marketing. Sanchez's own group, on some tunes including the fine altoist Miguel Zenon, often operates as a strong cross-current to the orchestra. The ensemble parts are frequently designed to frame or launch bold improvised breaks rather than simply cushion minimally spontaneous flutterings - as often happens on such ventures.
The Coral is the eponymous debut studio album by British indie rock band The Coral. It was released 29 July 2002 in the United Kingdom on the Deltasonic label, where it debuted at number 5 in the charts, and on 3 March 2003 in the United States on Columbia Records. It was also nominated for the Mercury Music Prize. The album was included in the book 1001 Albums You Must Hear Before You Die, although it has since been removed. James Skelly – vocals, guitar, co-producer.
3 June at 17:09 ·. Looking forward to my album release celebration Jazzstandard ! June 6-9 I hope to see y'all there! CD Release Concert @ Jazz Standard, Jun 6-9. David Sánchez is an award–winning saxophonist and member of the SFJAZZ Collective, and his latest album project is Carib (RopeADope Records) – a deeply personal journey using modern jazz to explore the kinship between the West African drum rhythms of Yuba, Calinda, and Sika; and music in Haiti, Carriacou, and his native Puerto Rico.
Santander (Album Version) David Sanchez. Far Away Ryan Kisor(Feat. chris Potter,mark Turner,david Sanchez,mulgrew Miller,christian Mcbride).