Category: Classical

Night And Day - Esquivel And His Orchestra - Other Worlds Other Sounds (Vinyl, LP, Album)


  1. Other Worlds Other Sounds may be the best known Esquivel album because of its sensational jacket art portraying a red-caped woman prancing across a green planetary landscape. Its real significance is as the moment where Esquivel takes control of his production and develops his signature sound.
  2. Feb 06,  · Discover releases, reviews, track listings, recommendations, and more about Esquivel And His Orchestra - Other Worlds Other Sounds at Discogs. Complete your Esquivel And His Orchestra collection/5().
  3. Aug 30,  · Marshall Blonstein's Audio Fidelity is releasing the "King of Space Age Pop" Esquivel's Other Worlds Others Sounds album on g Vinyl LP. Esquivel was a .
  4. Grabado una tarde en solo cinco horas, las doce selecciones que componen Other worlds, other sounds ponen a prueba tu estéreo con el pianista y compositor Esquivel dirigiendo una orquesta de 26 piezas y voces. Piensa en la música de Montovani o Hugo Montenegro como un buen punto de partida.
  5. As a kid in the 50s listening to Esquivel on my parents stereo, little did I know this type of music some day would be referred to as "lounge", "bachelor pad", "exotica" or any other form it is now listed. The term "lounge" back in the 50s and 60s usually referred to an "inferior" act not able to play the main room at a night club or casino/5(27).
  6. Sep 22,  · Label: RCA Victor - LSP • Format: Vinyl LP, Album, Stereo • Country: US • Genre: Jazz, Latin, Pop • Style: Space-Age, Latin Jazz, Easy Listening, Big Band Esquivel And His Orchestra - Other Worlds Other Sounds (, Vinyl) | Discogs/5(68).
  7. He was given five hours of studio time to record the album "Other Worlds, Other Sounds." His orchestration tended toward the very lush, employing novel instrumental combinations, such as Chinese bells, mariachi bands, whistling, and numerous percussion instruments, blended with orchestra, mixed chorus, and his own heavily-ornamented piano style.
  8. This was Esquivel's "sequel" to Other Worlds, Other Sounds. After his breakup with RCA Records, he recorded this album for Reprise Records. It opens with the bombastic "The Breeze and I", which is one of the best things he ever recorded. The rest of the album features typical Esquivel/5(14).
  9. Essentially, this is an entire album of standards played in a beguine tempo with a percussive orchestra and a humming chorus, but--under Esquivel's knob-twiddling fingers--the disc turns into magic. Voices ring back and forth between speakers, horns explode out /5(27).

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