Gonzalez

Benito Gonzalez, Gerry Gibbs, Essiet Okon Essiet - Passion Reverence Transcendence (2018) [Official Digital Download]

Benito Gonzalez, Gerry Gibbs, Essiet Okon Essiet - Passion Reverence Transcendence (2018)
FLAC (tracks) 24-bit/96 kHz | Time - 77:30 minutes | 1,71 GB
Studio Master, Official Digital Download | Artwork: Front cover

Pianist Benito Gonzalez, drummer Gerry Gibbs and bassist Essiet Okon Essiet assemble to tackle the music of McCoy Tyner. The result is a beautifully played, unequivocal triumph of sound and spirit, on which the trio embraces the the spirit of Tyner without succumbing to cliches.

Sara Ruiz Gonzalez by Pablo Almansa for Box Nu Project  Girls

Posted by nrg at Jan. 16, 2018
Sara Ruiz Gonzalez by Pablo Almansa for Box Nu Project

Sara Ruiz González - Pablo Almansa Photoshoot 2017
9 jpg | up to 1140*1710 | 2.11 MB
Spanish model

Delaia Gonzalez by JL RONIN  Girls

Posted by nrg at Jan. 13, 2018
Delaia Gonzalez by JL RONIN

Delaia González - JL RONIN Photoshoot
5 jpg | up to 1920*1281 | 1.22 MB
Spanish model
Jerry Gonzalez - Rumba Para Monk (2001) {Sunnyside SSC 1036D rec 1988-89}

Jerry Gonzalez - Rumba Para Monk (2001) {Sunnyside SSC 1036D rec 1988-89}
EAC rip (secure mode) | FLAC (tracks)+CUE+LOG -> 431 Mb | MP3 @320 -> 171 Mb
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© 1988-89, 2001 Sunnyside Communications | SSC 1036D
Jazz / Afro-Cuban Jazz / Latin Jazz / Post Bop / Trumpet

Jerry Gonzalez has referred to himself as being "bilingual" in that he is equally skilled on trumpet and congas, in bebop and in Latin music. Gonzalez succeeds in his goal of combining the two idioms without watering down either style on this essential Sunnyside CD. The first Afro-Cuban Thelonious Monk tribute has plenty of spots for the percussion of Steve Berrios and Gonzalez, but also contains many strong solos from the leader's often-muted Miles-influenced trumpet, Carter Jefferson's tenor, and Larry Willis' very un-Monk-like piano. With the exception of "Ugly Beauty," the Latin percussion is an integral part of each performance, giving this set of Monk tunes a very different perspective that is also quite flexible. A highly enjoyable set with the highlights including "Bye-Ya," "Nutty," "Little Rootie Tootie," and "Jackie-ing."
Delia Gonzalez - Horse Follows Darkness (2017) {DFA Records dfa2522}

Delia Gonzalez - Horse Follows Darkness (2017) {DFA Records dfa2522}
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© 2017 DFA Records | dfa2522
Electronic / Avant-Garde / Experimental / Experimental Electronic

Delia Gonzalez composed Horse Follows Darkness after she and her eight-year-old son moved back to America after spending some time in Berlin. She states that America suddenly felt like a foreign country to her, and equates it with exploring the Wild West, additionally citing Western films as an influence on the album. Coming two years after In Remembrance, an album of solo piano works based on 16mm ballet dance films, Horse Follows Darkness also seems to be a return to the kosmische and avant-disco sounds Gonzalez was known for during the 2000s, when she collaborated with Gavin Russom (both under their own names and as part of Black Leotard Front).

Ruben Gonzalez - Introducing (Deluxe Edition) (2017)  Music

Posted by aasana at June 19, 2017
Ruben Gonzalez - Introducing (Deluxe Edition) (2017)

Ruben Gonzalez - Introducing (Deluxe Edition) (2017)
cuban, latin, jazz | 56:16 mins | MP3, 320 kbps | 128 MB
Label: World Circuit

Rubén González (born 26 May 1919 in Santa Clara, Cuba – died 8 December 2003 in Havana) was a Cuban pianist. He learned to play the piano at the music high school of Cienfuegos. He studied medicine but abandoned his studies due to financial difficulties. In 1943, he released his first recording, together with Arsenio Rodríguez. Soon he became known in Cuba and other parts of Latin America.

Art by Inaki Gonzalez Ormaetxea  Graphics

Posted by ringman at Jan. 10, 2017
Art by Inaki Gonzalez Ormaetxea

Art by Inaki Gonzalez Ormaetxea
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Gonzalez ‎- Our Only Weapon Is Our Music  (1975) [Japan Mini-CD]

Gonzalez ‎- Our Only Weapon Is Our Music (1975) [Japan Mini-CD]
EAC Rip | FLAC (Tracks) +CUE, LOG | 323 MB | Covers Included
Funk / Soul | Label: Air Mail Recordings | Catalog Number: AIRAC1543

Gonzalez was a loosely knit, British-based aggregate with a revolving-door membership of anywhere from 10 to 30 players. Their specialty was a mostly instrumental melange of funk, jazz, soul, and (later) disco, though they did employ vocalists for selected tracks on most of their albums.

Gonzalez ‎- Gonzalez (1974) [Japan Mini-CD]  Music

Posted by JET 1 at Dec. 22, 2014
Gonzalez ‎- Gonzalez (1974) [Japan Mini-CD]

Gonzalez ‎- Gonzalez (1974) [Japan Mini-CD]
EAC Rip | FLAC (Tracks) +CUE, LOG | 475 MB | Covers Included
Funk / Soul | Label: Air Mail Recordings | Catalog Number: AIRAC1542

British funk - soul - disco band. Formed in 1973 by The Gass members, Bobby Tench and Godfrey McLean. They are best known for their disco stormer Gloria Jones penned, "Haven't Stopped Dancing Yet". They released five albums, before disbanding in 1986, after Roy Davis death.

Ruben Gonzalez - Introducing Ruben Gonzalez (1997) {Egrem}  Music

Posted by tiburon at Jan. 30, 2012
Ruben Gonzalez - Introducing Ruben Gonzalez (1997) {Egrem}

Ruben Gonzalez - Introducing Ruben Gonzalez (1997) {Egrem}
EAC 0.99pb4 | FLAC tracks | Cue+Log+M3U | Scans 300dpi | 260MB + 5% Recovery
Genre: Latin Jazz

The most jazz-oriented of the elderly musicians in the Buena Vista Social Club, pianist Ruben Gonzalez was 77 at the time of this CD, his debut as a leader. Although he did not even own his own piano at the time, he plays brilliantly, performing a variety of traditional melodies plus two originals, often quoting other songs and really stretching himself. His chord voicings are distinctive and very inviting, his control of the piano is quite impressive, and the music sings its heart out. The CD was recorded spontaneously over a two-day period with Gonzalez mostly being the lead voice, assisted by trumpeter Manuel Mirabal (who has some fine solos), bassist Orlando "Cachaito" Lopez, several percussionists, and occasionally three background singers. This set is impossible not to love.