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Jesse Cook


Jesse Cook - Frontiers 01. Matisse the Cat (3:29) 02. Café Mocha (3:39) 03. Rain (3:09) 04. Vamos (3:40) 05. Turning (3:35) 06. Havana (3:41) 07. El Cri (3:10) 08. Come What May (3:44) 09. It Ain't Me Babe (4:14) 10. La Llorona (4:23) 11. Waiting (2:52) 12. Europa (4:27) 13. Alone (2:28)
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One of the world’s favorite Nuevo-flamenco guitarists happens to be a Canadian. The Spanish influence started in the crib for Jesse Cook, when his family moved briefly to Barcelona and a local nanny would sing him to sleep. His new album, ‘Frontiers’ continues to push the creative possibilities for acoustic guitar. He’s also released a DVD recorded at Montreal’s historic Metropolis Theatre which showcases the intensity and agility of his live performances. Jesse almost dismissed a career as a performer. He was convinced his contribution to the music industry lay in composition for film and other off-stage pursuits. That is… until the strength of his guitar playing made it impossible for him to hide his light behind the scenes. A young Jesse Cook met the Gipsy Kings in the early eighties. He explains, ‘That was when I hooked on that percussive approach to playing guitar.” Frontiers is brimming with that percussive style and with his accomplished band and guests like Egyptian-Canadian vocalist, Maryem Tollar, he expands the music's traditional boundaries south around the Mediterranean and touching on the Indian subcontinent. Key Tracks: Matisse The Cat, Vamos, Havana