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"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, USA

 

“...Marcos Pin, de bello sonido y sensacional sentido del tempo...”

Victor Bobeche, Distrito Jazz.

 

“Pin's vibrant arrangements are done a great service by the uniformly impressive musicians who give them life, and, in no small measure, by the excellent production values. The music sounds somewhat more Brooklyn than Galicia but this is a small quibble against writing and playing of precision and verve”.

Ian Patterson, All About Jazz.

 

"A textured feast that hits both the visceral and cerebral senses hard and leaves one curious as to what may be in store in the future. Marcos Pin is a name to remember!."

Brent Black, Critical Jazz

 

"I think Marcos is an unusual guitarist, very few guitar players are able to compose, arrange and orchestrate this way. He firmly proofs he knows about those bands which can not only swing but show us amazing soundscapes too."

G.Bustamante, Jazz Times Magazine.

 

“...En Marcos hay un toque que recuerda al gran Sean Leavitt, palabras mayores.”

Cándido Querol, B!Rítmos.

 

“Pin's arrangements mix big band swing and bop influences with great success, resulting in an album which harks back to the middle of the twentieth century while sounding exciting, fresh and cool in the twenty- first”.

Bruce Lindsay, All About Jazz.

 

“Stylishly and confidently executed, Barbanza is a delightful big band set and well worth checking out”.

Tokyo Jazz Notes

 

“...Pin es un improvisador nato. Ama a su guitarra y le hace el amor a lo largo de cada tema generando estructuras libres que le permiten tocar a sus anchas sin aburrir ni un instante.”

Félix Amador-Gálvez, Jazz ese Ruido