Justo Almario - Count Me In album flac
|In Your Dreams||4:01|
|May The Words||4:57|
|You Bring The Sun Out||4:48|
|Count Me In||4:56|
|There's Another Way||4:47|
|A New Song||4:37|
|08942||Justo Almario||Count Me In (CD, Album)||Integrity Music||08942||Europe||1995|
|08942||Justo Almario||Count Me In (CD, Album, Club)||Integrity Music||08942||US||1995|
01 In your dreams 02 May the words 03 You bring the sun out 04 Count me in 05 Set free 06 There's another way 07 Ofrenda 08 For Barbara 09 Sabana 10 A ne. .
Count Me In. Arranged By – Justo AlmarioArranged By – Harry KimBaritone Saxophone – Dan Markese Ensemble – Vine Street HornsHandclaps – Barbara Almario, Bill Maxwell, Justo Almario, Laurel Gonzalo, Naima Almario, Val GonzaloTrombone – Arturo VelascoTrumpet – Daniel Fornero, Harry KimVocals – Justo Almario, Val GonzaloWritten-By – Justo Almario.
Album by Justo Almario. You Bring The Sun Out. Count Me In. Set Free. There's Another Way. Ofrenda.
Justo Almario, a multi-talented master saxophonist, flutist, clarinetist, composer, arranger and clinician, has a long list of distinguished accomplishments. His style is a fusion of Jazz, South American, and other world rhythms which are a reflection of his own elegant yet humble style.
01. In Your Dreams 02. May the Words 03. You Bring the Sun Out 04. Count Me In 05. Set Free 06. There's Another Way 07. Ofrenda 08. For Barbara 09. Sabana 10. A New Song 11.
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Justo Pastor Almario Gómez (born 18 February 1949) is a Colombian-born, Los Angeles-based flutist, saxophonist and Latin jazz group leader. He was among several Colombian musicians recruited by Mongo Santamaria for his band in the 1970s, notably on the album, Afro–Indio (1975). Born in Sincelejo and raised in Medellin, Almario comes from a family musical tradition, dedicated since childhood to playing woodwind instruments. At 15, he founded the group The Bachelors and was a member of 16 Dilido Combo.