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Tango Blues

Julio Botti TRIO

Release Date: 2018

[Musicians]

  • Julio Botti
  • Eduardo Withrington
  • Franco Pinna

[Special Guest]

  • #4 – Juampy Juarez | Guitar
  • #7 y 11 – Andrew Baird | Guitar
  • #7 y 11 – Tiago Michelin | Drums

[Track – Autor – Duration]

  1. Upper West (New Tango) | Julio Botti – 4:21
  2. Vitutti (Tango Fusion) | Julio Botti – 3:36
  3. Influence Milonga (Milonga Jazz) | Julio Botti – 3:25
  4. Tango Blues (New Tango) | Julio Botti – 3:32
  5. El Choclo (Tango Jazz) | Angel Villoldo – 4:54
  6. Nuevo Viaje (New Tango) | Julio Botti – 3:52
  7. Oblivion (New Tango Ballad) | Astor Piazzolla – 4:34
  8. Apt 605 (New Tango Jazz) | Julio Botti – 3:37
  9. News (Cahcarera Jazz) | Julio Botti – 4:21
  10. Insecurity (Milonga / New Tango Jazz) – 4:30
  11. Tanguedia (New Tango Jazz) | Astor Piazzolla – 5:05

Influences

DIGITAL UPC: 191773019068
Release Date: April 03, 2017

[Track]

  1. El Tío.
  2. Dalí.
  3. Short Groove.
  4. B.F Blues.
  5. Esperando.
  6. Caracachu.
  7. Abtao Vals.
  8. Insecurity.
  9. Moment of Silence.

All titles composed by Julio Botti.

El Cirko sello digital is proud to present “influences” the third CD of Argentine saxophonist and his new group “Julio Botti & The South America Jazz Project”, this project contains the collaboration of three young musicians , pianist and keyboardist : Eduardo Withrington (Cordoba, Arg) Drums:Tiago Michelin(Uruguay/Brasil) and guitar: Andrew Beard (Texas USA). After two collaborations with Maestro Pablo Ziegler who went Nominadas to the Latin Grammy as best album of tango 2013 “Tango nostalgia” and 2016 “Sax to Tango”. Botti has taken a break for the Tango Nuevo and resumed his love for the South American rhythms and modern jazz recorded nine compositions of his own.


Sax to tango

Sax to tango nominated for Best Tango Album in the 17th Annual Latin Grammy Awards.

Release Date: June 3, 2016.

[Track – Duration]

  1. Primavera Porteña (feat. The University of Southern Denmark Symphony Orchestra & Saul Zaks) – 5:12
  2. Invierno Porteño (feat. The University of Southern Denmark Symphony Orchestra & Saul Zaks) – 6:14
  3. Nieblas del Riachuelo (feat. The University of Southern Denmark Symphony Orchestra & Saul Zaks) – 4:00
  4. Años de Soledad (feat. The University of Southern Denmark Symphony Orchestra & Saul Zaks) – 3:43
  5. Fuga y Misterio (feat. The University of Southern Denmark Symphony Orchestra & Saul Zaks) – 5:05
  6. Oblivion (feat. The University of Southern Denmark Symphony Orchestra & Saul Zaks) – 4:02
  7. Rojotango (feat. The University of Southern Denmark Symphony Orchestra & Saul Zaks) – 4:47
  8. Flor de Lino (feat. The University of Southern Denmark Symphony Orchestra & Saul Zaks) – 3:52
  9. Otoño Porteño (feat. The University of Southern Denmark Symphony Orchestra & Saul Zaks) – 5:14
  10. Verano Porteño (feat. The University of Southern Denmark Symphony Orchestra & Saul Zaks) – 6:26
  11. Milonga en el Viento (feat. The University of Southern Denmark Symphony Orchestra & Saul Zaks) – 5:11
  12. La Rayuela (feat. The University of Southern Denmark Symphony Orchestra & Saul Zaks) – 4:29
  13. Libertango (feat. The University of Southern Denmark Symphony Orchestra & Saul Zaks) – 4:58

ZOHO Music is honored and proud to showcase Sax To Tango, the second CD collaboration between Argentine born, but New York domiciled saxophonist Julio Botti and his celebrated mentor and colleague, Nuevo Tango pianist, arranger and composer Pablo Ziegler. Their first collaboration “Tango Nostalgias” (ZOHO ZM 201207) featured two classic quintet settings, recorded in Buenos Aires and New York, respectively, with an occasional string quartet accompaniment. It achieved a Latin Grammy nomination in the “Best Tango Album” category in 2013.

Their new project, Sax To Tango, is far more ambitious in the scope of its arrangements and orchestration. It features The University of Southern Denmark Symphony Orchestra under the baton of Argentine conductor Saul Zaks in a selection of nine iconic Astor Piazzolla nuevo tangos, one Tango standard, and three compositions by Pablo Ziegler. The recording sessions for this album were scheduled in connection with a live concert of this material on June 9 and 10, 2015.


TANGO NOSTALGIAS

Tango Nostalgias nominated for Best Tango Album in the 14th Annual Latin Grammy Awards.

Release Date: 2013.

Pablo Ziegler – Producer

[Musicians]

  • Julio Botti: soprano & tenor sax.
  • Pablo Ziegler: piano, arranger.
  • Quique Sinesi: guitar on 1, 2, 4, 6, 7, 9, 10.
  • Walter Castro: bandoneón on 1, 2, 4, 6, 10.
  • Horacio Hurtado: acoustlc bass on 1, 2, 4, 6, 7, 9, 10.
  • Quintino Cinalli: percussion, drums on 1, 2, 4, 6, 7, 9, 10.
  • Machico Osawa: 1st violin on 3, 5, 8.
  • Lynn Betchold: 2nd vlolln on 3, 5, 8.
  • Edmundo Ramirez: viola on 3, 5, 8.
  • Jisoo Ok: cello on 3, 5, 8.
  • Pedro Giraudo: acoustic bass on 3, 5, 8.

[Track – Autor – Duration]

  1. CELTIC FEAST – P. Ziegler – 6:07
  2. MILONGUETA – P. Ziegler – 7:50
  3. INTRODUCCIÓN AL ÁNGEL – A. Piazzolla – 6:28
  4. IMÁGENES 676 – A. Piazzolla – 4:16
  5. NOSTALGIAS – J. C. Coblan, E. Cadlcamo – 5:23
  6. TANGUEDIA – A. Piazzolla – 4:51
  7. EL VALS DEL DUENDE – A. Dolina – 3:46
  8. MILONGA DEL ADIÓS – P. Ziegler – 5:22
  9. SANDUNGA – P. Ziegler – 4:08
  10. ELEGÍA SOBRE ADIÓS NONINO – A. Piazzolla, P. Ziegler – 5:05

South American Roots (Raíces Sudamericanas)

Release Date: 2010.

[Musicians]

  • Julio Botti: Soprano, Tenor Sax and Flute.
  • Quintino Cinalli: Drums and Percussion (Track 1, 2, 3, 6, 8, 9, 11).
  • Patrice Blanchard: Bass (Track 2, 6, 8).
  • Leo Genovese: Keyboard (Track 3, 4, 11).
  • Andrés Rot: Bass (Track 5, 10).
  • Marcelo Wolosky: Drums (Track 5, 10).
  • Julio Santillán: Guitar and Voice (Track 7).

[Track – Autor – Duration]

  1. Candombe st john – Julio Botti – 4:11
  2. Recompensa (murga) – Julio Botti – 4:42
  3. J&3 a full – Quintino Cinalli – 7:11
  4. Embriones y servilletas – Leo Maslía – 4:05
  5. Entre malas – Julio Botti – 4:00
  6. Jeferson st – Julio Botti – 4:01
  7. Atmósfera – Julio Botti – 3:58
  8. Chamamé – Julio Botti – 3:11
  9. Pero qué – Julio Botti – 4:37
  10. Murga del sábado – Julio Botti – 4:31
  11. J&3 (short version) – Quintino Cinalli – 3:36

LENGUAJES

Julio Botti TRIO (Julio Botti, Dan Rochlis, Martin Bruhn)

Release Date: 2006.

[Musicians]

  • Julio Botti: Saxophones.
  • Dan Rochlis: Eight-string Guitar.
  • Martin Bruhn: Drums, Percussion.
  • José Luis Madueño (Piano).
  • Jerónimo Maya and Leo de Aurora (Flamenco Guitars).
  • Alex Flores (Singer) – Track 5.
  • Antonio “el ciervo” (Flamenco Singer) – Track 6.
  • Pedro Barceló (Drums) and Jaime Vasquez (Congas) – Track 9.

[Track – Autor – Duration]

  1. More Mate (Trio live) – 5:59
  2. Despegue Silencioso – 6:27
  3. Sola – 6:51
  4. Chakitango – 5:53
  5. Me Voy Quedando – 6:37
  6. A Charles – 8:18
  7. My Favorite Things – 7:13
  8. Intro Descarga – 1:23
  9. Descarga en Madrid – 8.16

The Trio originates in Madrid made up by these three American musicians (Argentina, USA).

The group expresses a new musical proposal that has an impact on everyone that hears it.

A new concept of trio, in part because of the particular sound of the guitar/bass of Dan and the folkloric percussion of Martín.

The Trio is a search of new sounds that transmit fresh and vibrant music, with original songs of Dan, and Julio with a tribute to Standard of Jazz, adapted for the Trio.

Julio, Dan and Martín, each one with a great musical talent gives the Trio old and new experiences that they have obtained by their devoted dedication to this art. One of the biggest motivations of the band was having lived and studied in New York , emphasizing in the compositions of the Trio the avant-garde of jazz of that city.

With just a short time together but with a lot of dedication to his project, Julio Botti with the Trio has achieved to stand out with his sound in many European stages.

LENGUAJES is his first disk, and it has the contribution of distinguished and great musicians like José Luis Madueño (piano), Jerónimo Maya and Leo de Aurora (flamenco guitars), Alex Flores (singer), Antonio el ciervo (flamenco singer), Pedro Barceló (drums) and Jaime Vasquez (congas).


ZAFARI Project

Release Date: 2004.

[Musicians]

  • Julio Botti: Tenor Sax.
  • Marta Sanchez: Piano.
  • Francisco Lopez: Contrabass.
  • Acier Oleaga: Drums.

[Track – Autor – Duration]

  1. 666 – Julio Botti – 6:57
  2. Kipoff – Marta Sanchez – 6:45
  3. Balada para Patricia – Marta Sanchez
  4. Relationship – Julio Botti
  5. Flower Blues – Marta Sanchez
  6. Sofia – Julio Botti – 7:42
  7. Marlon – Julio Botti – 6:16

Zafari Project originates in Madrid in the year 2003, made up by four young musicians with the spirit of presenting a new proposal united by a common language. They are a new group with big expectations of transmitting YOUNG JAZZ in a city where it’s not easy to accept a new music scene, and introduces a repertoire based on their own songs and classics with a Madrilenian touch.

Marta, Julio, Francisco and Acier, each one with a great musical talent gives the group old and new experiences that they have obtained by their devoted dedication to jazz. One of the biggest motivations that they have was having lived in New York, emphasizing in the compositions of the band the avant-garde of jazz of that city.

With a lot of effort and dedication to this project Zafari has had an outstanding performance in the city of Madrid and surrounding areas. So many hours of rehearsals and hard work allowed Zafari Project to participate in “Injuve Iviza” in 2004.

Zafari Project makes reference to a New Adventure, a new trip of jazz that is encountered day by day by the young musicians, playing new styles with irregular metrics and stylistic concepts that are not common in the Madrilenian jazz.

ZAFARI PROJECT A YOUNG PROPOSAL.