Classic jazz vibes of multi-colored layers, instrumentation and vocal fragments generate an organic, timeless yet sharp, modern vibe as the composer and Latin jazz multi-instrumentalist Sam Jacobs performs a recognizable work from his most recent release, “Mambo Caliente.”
Sam Jacobs began his musical career at the Blue Coronet in Brooklyn, where he performed alongside Miles Davis, John Coltrane, Cannonball Adderly, Sonny Stitt, Mongo Santamaria, Tito Puente, and others.
Sam Jacobs recorded alongside Jimmy Owens, Run-DMC, and others. “Nightmares,” a rap smash, was written and produced by himself, and he is a multi-instrumentalist.
Brooklyn’s Sam Jacobs made good use of his time by crafting a long-desired passion single in previously uncharted methods, openly displaying a love for the familiar and unfamiliar alike.
As a result, the composition is a jazz-café-style piece of a vivid instrumental and vocal trip that is organic and immersive for its rhythmic and relaxing features. The work is also based on shared intellectual depth and musical strength.
“Mambo Caliente” is an easy standout, combining simple, pleasant feelings and rhythm with equal measures of melody and vocal parts, as well as a few splashes of color and optimism for a cheerful vibe.
“Mambo Caliente” by Sam Jacobs is fantastic, a personal favorite of the artist so far for its delicate balance of artistic freedom and the recognition to be efficient building blocks of important, distinctive, and popular music. Sam Jacobs has piqued my interest, and I’m forward to hearing more from him.