Special kudos to Professor John Mills for his corking nonchalance in providing a signature clarinet sound (clarinet is a mainstay of Colombian cumbias from Carmen Rivera which heavily influenced me). The seductive interplay between clarinet and piano is not unlike an apache dance. Here again, the late great Tony Campise brings his enormous heart to the horn section, and the percussion has a great frolic atop Arturo's steady drive. When you listen on a good system, turn up for Rich Haering's trumpet solo if you want your heart to soar.
clarinet, tenor sax
|Fred Remmert||Cedar Creek Studio (South Austin)|