Awesome performance by Raul Midon & RIchard Bona at Jazz in Marciac (2011). What Raul Midon and Richard Bona have in common? They are two lush instrumentalists, singers and composers blacks settled in the U.S.. They migrated to the U.S. in search of greater opportunities in music, Raúl from Mexico, Bona from Cameroon. Raúl has its roots in Jazz, Blues, R & B and folk, soul, Richard walks through jazz, funk, fusion, and African music
Raúl has a distinctive timbre and enjoyable, is influenced by Stevie Wonder, the instrument plays very well and makes use of the trumpet voice of an impressive way, reaching remember Miles Davis solos. Richard Bona is currently one of the most sought after bassists in the jazz world, being seen of musical projects in partnership with people of the suit: Joe Zawinul, Larry Coryell, Michael Brecker, Bobby McFerrin, George Benson, Richard divide the career sideman with his authorial project, which combines instrumental music and singing, leading to successful career and will critically acclaimed worldwide. Now the two are together at Jazz in Marciac 2011, dividing the voices, repertoire and showing that it is possible to join such creativity and virtuosity and bringbalance and good taste to the public! A Must See!
Raul Midon & RIchard Bona – Jazz in Marciac (2011)
Don’t Take It That Way
Don’t Be a Silly Man
O Sen Sen Sen
State of Mind