MarchApril 2006 , Volume 30, No. 4
Michael Paulo, David Demsey, Eddie Daniels
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Satin Latin Jazz Duets Play-Along CD
by Skip Spratt
|EDITOR’S NOTE ABOUT FUNKY CHA CHA TIME
AND Bb SHEET MUSIC PARTS
Because of space limitations in Saxophone Journal the play-along duet music for the final tune, Funky Cha Cha Time, is available as a free download from our website (as a printable PDF file) at: www.dornpub.com/download.html, or click here.
Also, after publication Skip Spratt has gratiously made the Bb parts available for all the tunes on this Satin Latin duets CD.
They are low res PDF files for fast downloading and printing at:
www.dornpub.com/download.html, or click here.
|The six duets on this CD are intended to represent an equal offering within two diverse styles. Although it would seem easy to write and record three Latin jazz duets and another three smooth jazz duets, it has proven to be quite a challenge. Many of the six songs share qualities of both styles, rather than defining and separating them. The end result is a combination of styles I will refer to as “Satin Latin.”
These Satin Latin jazz duets have taken on an interesting twist during the writing, editing, and recording process. At times the duets are reminiscent of some of the quirkier jazz offerings of the 1960s. The intent was never that, but a final listen and play through has elicited a chuckle or two out of my colleagues, students, and I. It’s simply some fun music to play with another person in a duet format with background music.
SATIN LATIN CD TRACKS
1 Introduction 02:31
2 Tuning Note A and Bb Concert 00:41
3 Less Is More (complete performance) 02:26
4 Before Dawn (complete performance) 02:50
5 DeLonna (complete performance) 01:30
6 Sing It Out (complete performance) 03:55
7 Chicken Mambo (complete performance) 02:32
8 Funky Cha Cha Time (complete performance) 02:51
9 Conclusion 00:27
10 Less Is More (play-along) 02:29
11 Before Dawn (play-along) 02:50
12 DeLonna (play-along) 01:30
13 Sing It Out (play-along) 03:51
14 Chicken Mambo (play-along) 02:32
15 Funky Cha Cha Time (play-along) 02:51