"Borrasca" means tempest or storm, and that's exactly what Ottmar Liebert (and his band, Luna Negra) has created in the new age/world music arena. This CD had been eagerly anticipated and the reception was nothing short of phenomenal. This third release augments the "power-trio" approach of Ottmar and his mates Jon Gagan (bass and keyboards) and Dave Bryant (hot percussion and drums) with special horn arrangements that lend an almost mariachi flavor and strong Latin appeal. "Borrasca" was nominated for a Grammy award and was a certified Gold Record for Liebert.
|03:43||Isla Del Sol||Instrumental|
|04:42||In The Hands Of Love||Instrumental|
|04:36||Dancing Under The Moon||Instrumental|
|05:03||Twilight In Galisteo (Bossa 4 Dexter)||Instrumental|
|04:25||La Rose Negra||Instrumental|
|03:57||Thru The Trees/Cloudless Sky||Instrumental|
|04:07||Driving 2 Madrid (B4 The Storm)||Instrumental|
|03:58||The Storm Sings||Instrumental|
|03:52||Night In Granada||Instrumental|
|04:29||1st Rain/Cry Of Faith||Instrumental|
|06:19||Bajo La Luna Mix||Instrumental|
|Ottmar Liebert||Guitarra Flamenca, Production, Arrangement|
|Jon Gagan||Bass, Keyboards|
|Dave Bryant||Drums, Percussion, Palmas|
|Gary Meek||Tenor & Alto Saxophones|
|Jeff Elliott||Trumpet, Flugelhorn, Horn Arrangements|
|Dominic Camardella||Piano, Production, Engineering, Digital Mastering|
|Adolfo Weitzman||Some Piano Arrangements|
|Joe Steiner||Digital Mastering|
|Matt Marshall||Executive Production|
|Dan Seleen||Executive Production|
|Recorded at Sound Design, Santa Barbara, California. Some basic trax recorded at Stepbridge Studios in Santa Fe, New Mexico.
Mastered at FDS Labs.