Dawganova

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Dawganova
Studio album by David Grisman Quintet
Released 1995
Genre Americana, newgrass, jazz, Latin music
Length 55:19
Label Acoustic Disc
Producer David Grisman
David Grisman chronology
Tone Poems
(1994)
Dawganova
(1995)
Songs of Our Fathers
(1995)
David Grisman Quintet chronology
Dawgwood
(1993)
Dawganova
(1995)
DGQ-20
(1995)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 3/5 stars[1]

Dawganova is a 1995 all-instrumental album by American musician David Grisman, recorded with his group The David Grisman Quintet. It's a unique collection of Latin rhythms and melodies inspired by the group's newest member, Argentine guitar virtuoso, Enrique Coria. Five Grisman originals are accompanied by classical Latin standards: "El Cumbanchero", "Tico Tico", "Manha de Carnaval" and the Nat "King" Cole classic "Nature Boy".[2]

In his Allmusic review, Stephen Thomas Erlewine stated "Grisman's distinctive blend of bluegrass, folk, jazz, and, in this case, latin music is energetic and very impressive."[3]

Track listing[edit]

All songs by David Grisman unless otherwise noted.

  1. "Dawganova" – 6:50
  2. "Manha de Carnaval" (Luiz Bonfá) – 7:06
  3. "Barkley´s Bug" – 5:37
  4. "Nature Boy" (eden ahbez) – 7:49
  5. "El Cumbanchero" (Hernandez) – 4:38
  6. "Brazilian Breeze" – 5:55
  7. "Tico Tico" (Abreu, Drake, Oliveira) – 4:30
  8. "April´s Wedding Bossa" – 6:43
  9. "Caliente" – 6:11

Personnel[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Allmusic review
  2. ^ DawgNet.com entry for Dawganova. Retrieved November 2009.
  3. ^ Allmusic entry for Dawganova. Retrieved November 2009.