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Oblacion is a 1994 album by Venezuelan musician Alberto Naranjo.


Alberto Naranjo arrangements, direction, drums, percussion

Victor Mestas acoustic piano

Gustavo Caruci electric bass

Julio Flores soprano, alto and baritone saxophones

Rodolfo Reyes alto and tenor saxophones, flute

Oscar Mendoza trombone

Alexander Livinalli percussion

Vladimir Quintero percussion

Special guests

Rafael Velasquez

Jose Ortiz (piano on 6)

Huguette Contramaestre

Fusion IV: Ilba Rojas, Adriana Portales, Kodiak Aguero and Jose Mena (vocal group on 12)

Track listing

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All songs composed and arranged by Alberto Naranjo, except:

*Desesperanza, composed by Maria Luisa Escobar and arranged by Naranjo

* Mood Indigo, composed by Duke Ellington, Irving Mills and Barney Bigard and
arranged by Naranjo; Johnny Hodges' original solo orchestrated by Naranjo

* Blues and the Abstract Truth, composed and arranged by Oliver Nelson and
orchestrated by Naranjo

* Maria (a), composed by Leonardo Silva Beauregard and orchestrated by Naranjo

Other credits

Recorded and mixed by Agustin [Augie] Verde at Estudios Intersonido in Caracas, Venezuela

Date of recording: August 1994

Musical producer: Alberto Naranjo

Executive producers: Roberto Obeso and Federico Pacanins

Graphic design/Illustrations: Luisa F. Almeida/Ernesto Leon

Cover photo: Luis Salmeron

External links

Barna-L'Ostia Latin Jazz.com

Salsa 2-U.com


Top 100 Latin Jazz Recordings of All Time (97)

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