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In the mid-1970s, Gato Barbieri moved from the often incendiary post-bop for which he was known to a slicker, more commercial blend of jazz and pop. Jazz critics were quick to denounce the tenor saxophonist as a sellout and tear A&M releases like Caliente and Ruby, Ruby to shreds, but in fact, some of Barbieri's pop-jazz/crossover output from that period (much of it produced by Herb Alpert) wasn't without artistic merit. Released in 1998, Greatest Hits draws on those albums as well as 1978's Tropico and 1979's Euphoria, and ...

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  1. Fiesta
  2. Ruby
  3. Theme from Firepower
  4. Behind the Rain
  5. She Is Michelle
  6. I Want You
  7. Poinciana
  8. Europa (Earth's Cry Heaven's Smile)
  9. Speak Low
  10. Sunride
  11. Latin Lady
  12. Midnight Tango
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