Eduardo del Barrio
Eduardo del Barrio BIOGRAPHY
|Eduardo del Barrio|
Label(s): A&M Records
It took Eduardo del Barrio two years to create his Free Play album. The album started as a solo work until Stan Getz suggested adding other musicians. Del Barrio said that to perform the album live, "It would take a quartet of keyboardists to do it. And everything in the symphonic piece ['Three Freedom Movements'] is so difficult, it wouldn't just take a couple of rehearsals--you'd need months."
Eduardo del Barrio. Fred Shuster. Downbeat, September 1991, 13.
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Eduardo del Barrio PHOTOS
Eduardo del Barrio DISCOGRAPHY
FORMAT KEY LEGEND
| 1 = long playing vinyl album |
2 = compact disc
3 = VHS video tape
4 = cassette tape
5 = Digital Compact Cassette
7 = 7-inch vinyl single
8 = 8-track tape
| 9 = Longbox cassette |
0 = open reel tape
12 = 12-inch single
PS = picture sleeve
TS = cassette single
MT = mastertone/ringback
Eduardo del Barrio U.S. Album Discography
|Free Play||A&M Records||75021 5355||1991|
Eduardo del Barrio U.S. Singles and E.P. Discography
No Singles Found.
Eduardo del Barrio Song List
|Free Play||1991||75021 5355|
|Three Freedom Movements - Images of Life|
|Three Freedom Movements - Mystic Rhymes|
|Three Freedom Movements - Celebration|
|Lament For a Lonely Child|
|Improvisation No. 1|
|Improvisation No. 2|
|Free Play (4 song EP)||1991||75021 7468|
Eduardo del Barrio MUSIC CHARTS
Eduardo del Barrio on Record Charts
No US Albums or Compilations made it to the charts.
No Singles or EPs made it to the charts.