Trio Globo has crafted a totally original voice in contemporary acoustic jazz. With roots in jazz, classical and sacred music, rhythmic influences derived from travels in six continents, and a combustible spontaneity, cellist Eugene Friesen (has played with Paul Winter Consort), pianist and master harmonica player Howard Levy (has played with Béla Fleck and the Flecktones, Kenny Loggins, Paquito d’Rivera), and percussionist Glen Velez (has played with Paul Winter Consort, Steve Reich) epitomize the quintessential group for the 21st century. They are true originals re-inventing their instruments in new music both personal and global.
Particularly, I enjoy how they bring a lot of Brazilian musicality and, some times, jewish tunes. But you'll recognise also some Celtic, Indian and Middle East. An exceptional track for starters is Yello Cello.