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Cuban fishes make good dishes

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Combining smart and funky contempo jazz with Afro-Cuban ritual music is always a good idea but it doesn't always work. No one is better at it then Mark Lotz! It's a mix he's gotten good at, like the person designated to make the fresh squeeze lemonade because they make it best. (Latin Jazz Program - jazzbuffalo.com)

Succulent sounds and beats. (Latin Beat Magazine, USA)

The Improvisations within the jazz domein always articulate without hurting the Yoruba tradition! (Jazz Hot, France)

Miles away from convivial Cuban dance music but hitting the essence of Origin. (Rootstown Music)

You will not find the slightest childish demonstration here, but a very special atmosphere. (Percussions Magazine, France)

It will be very hard to excel this work in creativity and musicality. (Multi Music Magazine)

An album full of mysticism. (Pleasure)

... if you just love to be adventurous, then this is one to get you by the winter blah's. It is a wonderful mix of Afro-Cuban, religious folklore and jazz. (Editors Pick, Jazz Week, USA)

World music nowadays is as broad as a continent, but here you find a group who is heading definitely for a new direction. These fourteen tracks take you by surprise. (Brabants Nieuwsblad)

Glowing folkloric singing with spicy harmonies and contrasting rhythms (Flute)

A very succesful mix of fazz with etnic-religious sounds. This project is full of energy and abundance (Jazz)

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