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Miguel Zenón

Miguel Zenón
Puerto Rico
Miguel Zenón (born December 30, 1976) is a Puerto Rican alto saxophonist and composer. He has recorded widely as leader and sideman.
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Miguel Zenón — Sonero: The Music of Ismael Rivera Miguel Zenón — Sonero: The Music of Ismael Rivera
(Miel Music, 2019, CD / DL)
Miguel Zenón — Yo Soy la Tradición Miguel Zenón — Yo Soy la Tradición
(Miel Music, 2018, CD)
Miguel Zenón — Típico Miguel Zenón — Típico
(Miel Music, 2016, CD)
Miguel Zenón — Identities Are Changeable Miguel Zenón — Identities Are Changeable
(Miel Music, 2015, CD)
Miguel Zenón — Alma Adentro Miguel Zenón — Alma Adentro
(Marsalis MARS 0016, 2011, CD)
Miguel Zenón & the Rhythm Collective — Oye!!! Live in Puerto Rico Miguel Zenón & the Rhythm Collective — Oye!!! Live in Puerto Rico
(Miel Music, 2011, CD)
Miguel Zenón — Esta Plena Miguel Zenón — Esta Plena
(Marsalis 0874946001205, 2009, CD)
Miguel Zenón — Awake Miguel Zenón — Awake
(Marsalis 74946-0009-2, 2008, CD)
Miguel Zenón — Jíbaro Miguel Zenón — Jíbaro
(Marsalis 11661-3312, 2005, CD)
Charlie Haden Liberation Music Orchestra — Not in Our Name Charlie Haden Liberation Music Orchestra — Not in Our Name
(Verve B0004949-02, 2005, CD)
Miguel Zenón — Ceremonial Miguel Zenón — Ceremonial
(Marsalis 11661-3308-2, 2004, CD)
Miguel Zenón — Looking Forward Miguel Zenón — Looking Forward
(Fresh Sound New Talent FSNT1, 2001, CD)

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