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Diego Urcola — Mates (2013)

 Diego Urcola — Mates (2013)

Diego Urcola — Mates
♣   b. c. 1965, Buenos Aires, Argentina. Urcola’s father was director of the Music Department at Colegio Ward and it was there that he began studying music at the age of nine. Concentrating on trumpet,…
Location: New York
Album release: October 8, 2013
Record Label: Sunnyside Communicat
Duration:     61:10
01. Eleguá (Traditional)      3:32
02. ELM     (Richie Beirach)      4:56
03. Colibri (Edmar Castañeda)      4:39
04. A Fala da Paixao (Egberto Gismonti)      3:57
05. Gadu (Avishai Cohen)      2:44
06. Alfonsina y el Mar (Ariel Ramírez)      5:42
07. Preludio #3 (Roberto Pansera)      4:53
08. Milonga para Paquito (Diego Urcola)      2:46
09. Float (Avishai Cohen)      5:56
10. Samba Pa'Dos (Dave Samuels)      4:12
11. You Don't Know What Love Is (Gene DePaul)      3:58
12. El Dia que me Quieras (Carlos Gardel)      6:29
13. Colombian Dixie (Edmar Castañeda)      3:57
14. Final Waltz (Diego Urcola)      3:28
Diego Urcola (trumpet, flugelhorn)
Edmar Castañeda (harp)
Juan Dargenton (bandoneon)
Dave Samuels (vibraphone, marimba)
Vladimir Marcos Merchensky Arias  Design, Illustrations
Luis Bacqué  Mastering, Mixing
Richie Beirach  Composer
Eliana Santander Careaga  Design, Illustrations
Edmar Castañeda  Composer, Harp
Avishai Cohen  Bass, Composer
Juan Dargenton  Bandoneon, Engineer
Gene DePaul  Composer
Héctor Del Durto  Engineer
Carlos Gardel  Composer
Egberto Gismonti  Composer
Emilia Baires Hernández  Design, Illustrations
Carlo Nicolau  Engineer
Roberto Pansera  Composer
Ariel Ramírez  Composer
Dave Samuels  Composer, Engineer, Marimba, Vibraphone
Traditional  Composer
Diego Urcola  Composer, Flugelhorn, Primary Artist, Trumpet
→   The drinking of mate, a beverage infused from ground yerba mate leaves and water, has been a South American culinary and social tradition for centuries. The sharing of the calabash that contains the hot drink and the consequential interaction between friends has become the social norm, especially in Argentina.
→   The friendly tradition of drinking mate served as inspiration for Argentinean born, New York based trumpeter Diego Urcola. For his playfully titled new recording Mates, Urcola wanted to mirror this give and take between friends (or mates ) with that of the musical duet. To achieve this, the trumpeter recorded a number of intimate meetings with a handful of his closest musical associates, including bassist Avishai Cohen, vibraphonist Dave Samuels, harpist Edmar Castaneda and bandoneón player Juan Dargenton. 
Artist Biography
→   b. c. 1965, Buenos Aires, Argentina. Urcola’s father was director of the Music Department at Colegio Ward and it was there that he began studying music at the age of nine. Concentrating on trumpet, he later became Profesor Nacional de Música, Conservatorio Nacional de Música, then moved to the USA to attend the Berklee College Of Music, after which he settled in New York City. He shared his time, playing professionally and also studying for his master’s degree at CUNY/City College-Queens. →   Among musicians with whom Urcola has worked are Paquito D’Rivera (in whose quintet he played from 1991), Jimmy Heath (his advisor at CUNY), and Conrad Herwig, all of whom appear as guests on 2006’s Viva. Others include Claudia Acuña, Dee Dee Bridgewater, Avishai Cohen, Slide Hampton, Joe Henderson, Milt Jackson, Guillermo Klein, Danilo Pérez, Juan ‘Pollo’ Raffo, Guillermo Romero, Antonio Sanchez, Pernell Saturnino, Edward Simon, and Steve Turre. Bands with which Urcola has worked include the Dizzy Gillespie Alumni All Star Big Band, directed by Jon Faddis, the Calle 54 All Star Band and he has been a member of David Samuels’ Caribbean Jazz Project. →   Included in Urcola’s repertoire are his own compositions, ‘Clara’, ‘Dancing In The Closet’, ‘Buenos Aires’, ‘Super Mario’, ‘Samba Para Claudio’ and ‘Blues For Astor’. →   Striking features of Urcola’s playing are his direct and passionate approach and his creamily warm sound. His Soundances (2003) and Viva were both nominated for Grammy Awards. (http://www.allmusic.com/)
Website: http://diegourcola.com/Diego_Urcola/
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