From extraordinary artist and guitarist Jesse Cook comes rumba flamenco world pop on his 1998 release "Vertigo". Special guest artists on the CD include Buckwheat Zydeco's Stanley "Buckwheat" Dural, Jr. (accordian) on "That's Right", cellist Ofra Harnoy on "Cancion Triste", and Holly Cole singing "Fragile" by Sting. Cook's signature rumba flamenca has dazzled audiences around the world. In addition to numerous Juno awards and nominations, Cook's irresistible music has been heard at the 1999 PanAm Games, the Nagano Olympics, and on the HBO series "Sex And The City".
|03:46||Rattle And Burn||Instrumental|
|06:38||Breathing Below Surface||Instrumental|
|Jesse Cook||Guitars, Keyboards, Programming, Darboukas, Palmas, Shakers, Djembe, Chimes, Hand Claps, Pandiero, Udu Drums, Snare Drum, Chequere, Production, Engineering, Mixing, Arrangements|
|Stanley "Buckwheat" Dural, Jr.||Accordian, Vocals|
|Art Avalos||Djembes, Chimes, Snare Drum, Toms, Shakers, Timbales, Cowbell, Guiro, Congas, Palmas, Wok Base, Triangle, Tambourine, Caja|
|Blake Manning||Drums, Timbales|
|George Koller||Esraj, Violin|
|Mario Melo||Congas, Udu Drum, Shakes, Djembes, Surdos, Repiniques, Cabasa, Percussion Arrangement|
|Etric Lyons||Bass, Hipness, Atmosphere|
|Kathleen Shea||Executive Production|
|Pacy Shulman||Engineering Assistance, Engineering|
|Carmen Romero||Taconeo, Palmas, Jaleo|
|Alfonso Mogaburo Cid||Palmas, Jaleo|
|Miguel De La Bastide||Guitar|
|Recorded and mixed at Coach House Music, Toronto. Stanley "Buckwheat" Dural recorded at Dockside Studio, Maurice, Louisiana.
Mastered at Narada Productions, Inc.
"Wednesday Night At Eric's" (hidden) recorded at Etric Lyons' loft, Toronto.