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Departure

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Product Details

  • Audio CD (April 19, 1994)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Sony
  • ASIN: B0000029IR
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #467,792 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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Signed to Columbia Records by producer- talent scout Dr. George Butler, another
bright young jazz Latin star had created quite a stir when this energetic Puerto Rican
saxophonist shook up the jazz charts with this highly anticipated debut CD. Released
in 1994 to international acclaim, The Departure would make David Sanchez an over-
night sensation and presented the music an original new virtuoso who would become
known for his electrifying takes on the tenor- soprano saxophone, primitive eclectism,
kaleidoscope band arrangement and exhilarating solos. Highlighted by compositions
written by both Sanchez and the young dynamic jazz pianist Danilo Perez, the music
action heats up on now-classic songs like the opening track Ebony, You Got It Diz (a
tribute to Dizzy Gillespie), the lyrical Nina’s Mood, the high voltage Cara De Payaso
and the title track, while the solid passionate track set features his standard takes on
Dizzy’s Woody ‘N’ You and Jimmy Heath’s C.J. Doubling on both tenor and soprano
saxophones, Sanchez showcases his instrument with a distinctive tone and an ability
to mix post bop with Latin jazz which made him another young dynamic new voice in
Latin jazz. Produced with rapid fire pace and assisted by a rhythm section featuring
Danilo’s solid piano solos and Andy Gonzalez or Peter Washington on the bass, The
Departure is a masterful starting point that paved the way for his long music career.
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David Sanchez has been around for a while. He is a very talented tenor sax play with a deep tone who can turn in some blistering solos. On this outing he is lower key but just as innovative and forward looking while showing respect to the jazz tradition. The title track is a cooker in the post bob tradition with a touch of Latin. He is a great artist who is going places.
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