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Harold López-Nussa|Un Día Cualquiera

Un Día Cualquiera

Harold Lopez-Nussa

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In just a decade, Cuban artist Harold Lopez Nussa has established himself as one of the most talented Latin jazz pianists of his generation. This new album, made in trio with his brother and drummer Ruy Adrian and bassist Gaston Joya, creates a perspective between the origins of Cuban music and his own creations. Indeed, he covers Ernesto Lecuona’s (1895-1963) Danza de los Ñáñigos, which is based on elements from Afro-Cuban rituals, and his Y la Negra Bailaba, which creates a bridge between son and danzón. The pianist’s smooth and dynamic style elegantly reshapes Cesar Portillo de la Luz’s famous bolero Contigo En La Distancia, which features in the repertoire of Caetano Veloso, Christina Aguilera, and even Omara Portuando, a version that Harold Lopez Nussa knows very well, having played it alongside Portuando on tour around the world. He also officially pays tribute to the great Cuban pianist Bebo Valdes with Una Tarde Cualquiera en Paris. Whether he strides along the spicy roadways of Cuban rhythms or expresses his taste for a form of French impressionism inherited from Ravel in Ma Petite dans la boulangerie, Harold Lopez Nussa reaffirms with strong support from his swinging crew his freedom and inexhaustible verve as an improviser. © Benjamin MiNiMuM/ Qobuz

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1
Cimarrón
00:03:51

Harold Lopez-Nussa, MainArtist

(C) 2018 Mack Avenue Records II, LLC (P) 2018 Mack Avenue Records II, LLC

2
Danza de los Ñañigos
00:04:29

Harold Lopez-Nussa, MainArtist

(C) 2018 Mack Avenue Records II, LLC (P) 2018 Mack Avenue Records II, LLC

3
Una Tarde Cualquiera En Paris (to Bebo Valdes)
00:04:48

Harold Lopez-Nussa, MainArtist

(C) 2018 Mack Avenue Records II, LLC (P) 2018 Mack Avenue Records II, LLC

4
Preludio (to Jose Juan)
00:03:28

Harold Lopez-Nussa, MainArtist

(C) 2018 Mack Avenue Records II, LLC (P) 2018 Mack Avenue Records II, LLC

5
Elegua
00:05:06

Harold Lopez-Nussa, MainArtist

(C) 2018 Mack Avenue Records II, LLC (P) 2018 Mack Avenue Records II, LLC

6
Hialeah
00:03:32

Harold Lopez-Nussa, MainArtist

(C) 2018 Mack Avenue Records II, LLC (P) 2018 Mack Avenue Records II, LLC

7
Ma petite dans la Boulangerie
00:03:56

Harold Lopez-Nussa, MainArtist

(C) 2018 Mack Avenue Records II, LLC (P) 2018 Mack Avenue Records II, LLC

8
Y la Negra Bailaba
00:04:01

Harold Lopez-Nussa, MainArtist

(C) 2018 Mack Avenue Records II, LLC (P) 2018 Mack Avenue Records II, LLC

9
Conga Total / El Cumbanchero
00:03:39

Harold Lopez-Nussa, MainArtist

(C) 2018 Mack Avenue Records II, LLC (P) 2018 Mack Avenue Records II, LLC

10
Contigo en la Distancia
00:05:47

Harold Lopez-Nussa, MainArtist

(C) 2018 Mack Avenue Records II, LLC (P) 2018 Mack Avenue Records II, LLC

11
Mi Son Cerra’o
00:04:47

Harold Lopez-Nussa, MainArtist

(C) 2018 Mack Avenue Records II, LLC (P) 2018 Mack Avenue Records II, LLC

Album Description

In just a decade, Cuban artist Harold Lopez Nussa has established himself as one of the most talented Latin jazz pianists of his generation. This new album, made in trio with his brother and drummer Ruy Adrian and bassist Gaston Joya, creates a perspective between the origins of Cuban music and his own creations. Indeed, he covers Ernesto Lecuona’s (1895-1963) Danza de los Ñáñigos, which is based on elements from Afro-Cuban rituals, and his Y la Negra Bailaba, which creates a bridge between son and danzón. The pianist’s smooth and dynamic style elegantly reshapes Cesar Portillo de la Luz’s famous bolero Contigo En La Distancia, which features in the repertoire of Caetano Veloso, Christina Aguilera, and even Omara Portuando, a version that Harold Lopez Nussa knows very well, having played it alongside Portuando on tour around the world. He also officially pays tribute to the great Cuban pianist Bebo Valdes with Una Tarde Cualquiera en Paris. Whether he strides along the spicy roadways of Cuban rhythms or expresses his taste for a form of French impressionism inherited from Ravel in Ma Petite dans la boulangerie, Harold Lopez Nussa reaffirms with strong support from his swinging crew his freedom and inexhaustible verve as an improviser. © Benjamin MiNiMuM/ Qobuz

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