Re-launching his career, after a severe boating accident nearly killed him, Nestor Torres is back in full swing with Sin Palabras.
This exciting CD begins with a peppy pace. Torres’ flute leads the listener through an airy, yet romantic Latino rhythm, without words.
Coming back, on track 2, Sweet Lips
, the swing widens, giving more scale to the flute, while percussion keeps time to the sexy vocal Latin call to dance by Jimmy Haslip.
Keyboard backs Torres’ deeper key on flute in another spunky tune during Rega`lame La Silla Donde Te Espere
allows Mark Garden the lead-in, for a more thought inspiring, gentle flowing tune.
Promises are questioned on Maybe Tonight
in another romantic, easy listening romp.
Sounding comfortably familiar, Contigo Aprendi`
is light, yet rich, with Torres lowering his tone on flute, swaying with James Lloyd on keyboard. Then, Torres reaches out and up, lifting the listener into a light mood.Stop Staring
leads with a funky percussion, and Torres’ sweet, hot tone on flute. Lots of variety keeps the listener attune to the dance of love.
Considered Urban, Latin, Pop, this CD spans all venues with its variety and listen-ability.Torres has spent his life committed to bringing the audience what they enjoy making people want to dance.
Whether it’s the dance of love, or the love of dance, this CD does just that.