Today’s set on The Jazz Hole Live is special, not only musically, but also in terms of the venue. It was recorded outdoors, surrounded by nature, in the garden lawn of a little cabin. Argentine legend Rodrigo Domínguez (soprano and tenor saxophones, claps) and the sought-after Matthew Golombisky (acoustic bass guitar, elephant bells, live sampling) spent several months in the same area in Patagonia, Rodrigo in San Martín de Los Andes and Matthew in Quila Quina, so they planned a couple of socially distant, open-air, yard concerts in front of neighbors and locals. Amid flowing rivers, crystal clear lakes, gigantic Andes mountains, hypnotizing flora and fauna and exotic birds calling, they recorded a truly magical experience. Visit facebook.com/rodrigodominguezmusic and matthewgolombisky.com for more information and to purchase their music.
Rodrigo Dominguez & Matthew Golombiski / illo by Bryan Bruchman / ref photo by Eugenia Fumagalli
RODRIGO DOMÍNGUEZ & MATTHEW GOLOMBISKY:
Rodrigo Domínguez (soprano and tenor saxophones, clapping)
Matthew Golombisky (acoustic bass guitar, elephant bells, live sampling)
All tracks composed by Rodrigo Domínguez & Matthew Golombisky, except “Quila Quina Suite, No. 3” & “On Mom’s Birthday” by Matthew Golombisky and “Las Manos” & “Jodido” by Rodrigo Domínguez.
All tracks recorded live in Quila Quina (near San Martín de Los Andes), Argentina on January 24th 2021 by Matthew Golombisky.
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