29.8.07

Haden, Cuándo te podré olvidar, (Charlie)


"Cuando te podré olvidar" es un tema del músico Charlie Haden. Lo que no se puede olvidar es la calidad de su música. Nacido en Iowa por los 40, sigue presentándose asiduamente en Boston, New York y Chicago, ciudad esta última donde se celebra un gran festival de jazz desde el 31.08.07. Es maestro de músicos, ganador de premios Grammy y colaborador habitual de otras grandes figuras de la world music.

An acoustic bassist of extraordinary gifts, Haden’s talents as a musicain have been in constant demand by his fellow artists. As a result, he has collaborated with a genuinely stunning array of musicians, including Hank Jones, Don Cherry, Dewey Redman, Paul Motian, Jack DeJohnette, Michael Brecker, Kenny Barron, and Pat Metheny (with whom Haden shared a 1997 “Best Jazz Instrumental Individual/Small Group” Grammy® Award for their Beyond the Missouri Sky) .
Haden’s love of world music has also seen him teaming with a variety of diverse international players, including Brazilian guitarist Egberto Gismonti, Argentinean bandoneon master Dino Saluzzi, and Portuguese guitar giant Carlos Paredes. In addition, Haden has explored diverse streams of American popular music with both his acclaimed Quartet West, as well as on such recent collections as 2002’s inventive alliance with Michael Brecker, AMERICAN DREAMS.

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