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One More Once 
1. One More Once
2. Why Not!
3. Resolution, The
4. Suite Sandrine, Pt. 3
6. Just Kidding
9. On the Other Hand
10. Not Yet
Manufacturer Part Number (MPN): 66204
Julio Marti; Michel Camilo
Personnel: Michel Camilo (piano); Chris Hunter (soprano & alto saxophones); Paquito D'Rivera (alto saxophone); Ralph Bowen (tenor saxophone); Craig Handy, Gary Smulyan (saxophone); Jon Faddis, Michael Mossman, Stanton Davis, Bryan Lynch, Ryan Kisor (trumpet); David Bargeron, Ed Neumeister, Conrad Herwig, Douglas Purviance, David Taylor (trombone); Chuck Loeb (guitar); Anthony Jackson (contrabass guitar); Cliff Almond, Marvin "Smitty" Smith (drums); Giovanni Hidalgo (congas, timbales, bongos, percussion); Guarionex Aquino (chekere, tambora, guiro, percussion).
Recorded from May 20-26, 1994. Includes liner notes by Dr. George Butler.
Personnel: Michel Camilo (piano); Anthony Jackson (guitar, contra guitar); Chuck Loeb (guitar); Chris Hunter (saxophone, soprano saxophone, alto saxophone); Paquito d'Rivera (saxophone, alto saxophone); Ralph Bowen (saxophone, tenor saxophone); Craig Handy, Gary Smulyan (saxophone); Bryan Lynch, Jon Faddis, Ryan Kisor, Stanton Davis, Jr., Michael Mossman (trumpet); Conrad Herwig, Dave Bargeron, Ed Neumeister, David Taylor , Douglas Purviance (trombone); Cliff Almond, Marvin "Smitty" Smith (drums); Giovanni Hidalgo (congas, bongos, timbales, percussion); Guarionex Aquino (guiro, tambourine, percussion).
Audio Mixer: Phil Magnotti.
Liner Note Author: Dr. George Butler.
Recording information: Carriage House Studios (05/20/1994-05/26/1994).
Photographer: Jason Beck.
Unknown Contributor Role: Giovanni Hidalgo.
Arrangers: Jorge Taveras; Michel Camilo.
ONE MORE ONCE is a unique collection in the catalog of Michel Camilo. Here the pianist has chosen to rearrange and perform several of his greatest compositions with a Latin-style big band. Since most of his other recordings were made with the pianist fronting a trio or quintet, these new arrangements are often drastically different from their original induction. As a result, the pianist's energetic Latin-flavored themes are given powerful new performances by a huge horn section, including Jon Faddis, Ryan Kisor, Conrad Herwig and Paquito D'Rivera, a full rhythm section and lots of percussion.
Camilo's signature works like the bouncing classic "Why Not!" "Just Kidding" and the fiery "Caribe" are greatly expanded in depth by the large ensemble format. In particular, the dynamic "Suite Sandrine, Part III" is given a beautiful new face with expanded brass harmonies and extensive percussion by conga master Giovanni Hidalgo. Of course, Camilo's new pieces for the album, the joyful title track and the introspective piano solo "The Resolution" continue the pianist's long tradition of finely crafted compositions. In all, this is a grand statement of the strength of Camilo's work as a composer, arranger and world-class jazz master.
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