It was a big pleasure to be part of PorEnArte Music Festival last week (August, 5th) with the trio.
Very good friends of mine were there: Rafa Morales, Arne Bock, Iago Banet, Chof, Rafa Pasadas, Rocío Alén... and met amazing musicians too...wow, what a day!!!.
Here are some pics, beautiful, that Rafa took and a short clip of us playing, the first piece I think. Yes!, I´m behind the orange tree... a good orange tree which smelt great, even that was delightful!!!!
This series posts a new transcription every Monday.
Jazz and Pop/Rock compositions which I often call in my lessons both as repertoire and/or examples.
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Happy to announce that the trio I lead, which we like to call "W", we are hosting the Jam Session every thursday at Borriquita de Belem, one of the most charming clubs in Santiago de Compostela.
If you have the chance just stop by, everybody is welcome.
See You There !.
Paco Charlin, double bass.
Andres Rivas, drums.
Marcos Pin, guitar.
Here is a cool video shot by Rafa Pasadas.
Sound is from camera, pity!
Here I post a short video playing on Autumn in NY.
I really like the sound of this Gibson 175 guitar,
Nice to start up my brand new blog with great news!.
Right today, on february the 2nd, my new album entitled DUOLOGY, Take a Second is being released through Bandcamp.
In this second one of a series of ten I am honored to play along with one of my favorite guitar players, Telmo Fernandez.
Great talents worked on the album so I am not surprised the result is a great one.
It was recorded by Tomás Ageitos at Estudio A Ponte, Santiago de Compostela. So beautifully mixed and mastered by Arne Bock and Art designed by awesome Rocío Alen. Liner notes written by Sergio Cabanillas, director and
conductor of beautiful radio show "Universos Paralelos".
But that´s not all!!!.
Rafa Pasadas, an amazingly talented photographer, wrote down, directed and realized this such a beautiful movie. Picture you can see in this post was taken by him also.
And my brother and sister in law, both so talented artists, Alberto Pin and Dora Rodríguez, just hand-made a really cool commemorative pick. OMG, what a luxury!!!
I really would like to thank them all and let them know how much I love these guys!!!...
Hope you check out the album and enjoy it!... here´s a link to!
Donna Lee (Charlie Parker)
Blue Monk (Thelonious Monk)
All The Things You Are (Jerome Kern)
You Don´t Know What Love Is (Gene de Paul)
Dewey Square (Charlie Parker)
"Their joint attack swings, and the pair wrap around each other like clasped hands."
Marc Myers, JazzWax
"Marcos Pin is one of the most interesting jazz guitarists in Europe. On his latest album, Duology, the Spaniard teams up with pianist Yago Vazquez to explore the fast, fluid bebop tradition of such stellar axemen as Tal Farlow and Jimmy Raney."
Chris Mosey, All About Jazz
"Not even for a second they slip into a routine. You are literally overwhelmed by unpredictability, unexpectedness and finesse, indicative of the passion and perspective, even humour."
"The result is a fresh and rhythmic music that defines what jazz is (and should be). It is as if we put together Horace Silver and Kenny Burrell in a session and we give them carte blanche"
Félix Amador-Gálvez, Jazz, ese ruido
"Five tunes where they demonstrate their knowledge of this very exciting jazz era (bebop)"
Cándido Querol, B! Ritmos
This last week was a great one for Factor E-Reset. After being nominated to "Premios Martin Codax da Música Galega" we had a very nice concert at "Teatro Rosalía de Castro" during Jazzatlántica Jazz Festival. Here you are some pictures, of course by cool Rafa Pasadas.
Esta semana foi unha moi boa semana para Factor E-Reset. Despois da nominación dentro dos "Premios Martin Codax da Música
Galega" tivemos un bo concerto no "Teatro Rosalía de Castro", dentro do festival Jazzatlántica. Aquí tendes algunhas fotos, como non do gran Rafa Pasadas.
Listen/buy CD at : www.marcospin.es