Music Arranged & Composed by Juan Carlos Quintero.
"Caribbean Sun Dance Co-Composed by Kenny Hudson
Produced by Juan Carlos Quintero & Guillermo Guzmán
Publishing: Juan Carlos Quintero Productions (BMI), Administered by BMG Rights Management
Moondo Music proudly presents music from JCQ’s critically acclaimed album, The Way Home! Out of print for over 2 decades, Moondo Music reissues a fan-favorite featuring JC’s signature melodic guitar blending native Colombian themes along with South American-flavored contemporary styles! Highlighted by stellar performances from an all-star cast, the retitled set, “Caminando” revisits an essential chapter in JC’s musical journey- reimagined and presented with art by long-time collaborator, Guilloume, a must-have for new and loyal JCQ fans throughout the world!!
"...featuring pianist Joe Rotondi and bassist Eddie Resto, a host of all-star percussionists, as well as a love for Latin folkloric music. He doesn't need any classical references and orchestral swells to create drama. Quintero can do the radio-friendly pop-flamenco thing as well as anyone, loping along casually on the tropical flavored cruise "El Pueblo," but unlike Liebert, challenges himself and Rotondi to jet off course and toss off a couple of be-bop licks. More in character with Quintero's potential, however, are more polyrhythmic hybrid excursions like "Hermanos," which fuses fast and rumbling flamenco runs with folksy, twangy Country and Western sensibilities, and the irrepressible, bongo-happy quartet piece, "Little Indians," which perfectly blends straight ahead and pop flamenco flavors. Quintero also has a blast venturing into odd-metered, Avante Garde territory on the jumpy closer, "Porque Si."
percussionists/Munyungo Jackson, Walter Rodriguez, Tiki Pasillas, Angel Figueroa, Ron Powell,
bassists/Eddie Resto, Alec Milstein
guitars/Juan Carlos Quintero
recorded by Dan Garcia at Bill Schnee Studio
mixed by Dan Garcia
mastered by Doug Sax/The Mastering Lab
"The Power Of A Leader" Painting
by Guilloume ©2020 Guilloume
graphic design/Kathy Tedesco