1996 Nestor Torres – Talk To Me

Talk To Me is an album by Nestor Torres, released in 1996.

Néstor Torres is a jazz flautist born in Mayaguez, Puerto Rico, in 1957. He took flute lessons at age 12 and began formal studies at the Escuela Libre de Música, eventually attending Puerto Rico’s Inter-American University. At 18, he moved to New York with his family. Torres went on to study both jazz and classical music at the Mannes College of Music in New York and the New England Conservatory of Music in Boston, among other places.


1  Talk to Me 04:24
2  My Patricia 05:03
3  Forest Rain 06:19
4  Sorry Seems to Be the Hardest Word 03:55
5  Cutie Pie 05:12
6  Sabor a Mi 05:33
7  Young Mother 04:49
8  Sabroso! 03:19
9  If 04:22
10  Beatriz 04:39
11  No Se Como Decir Perdoname (Sorry Seems to Be the Hardest Word) 03:54



BassJohn Pena
BassAbraham Laboriel Sr
DrumsAlex Acuna
DrumsWalfredo Reyes
GuitarBasil Fung
GuitarRamon Stagnaro
KeyboardsBrad Cole
PianoBrad Cole
ProgrammingJuan Vicente Zambrana
FluteNestor Torres
TromboneJuan Pablo Torres
TromboneTom Warfelland
TromboneBert Lavoy
BongosDouglas Guevara
PercussionLenny Castro
PercussionLuis Conte
PercussionAlex Acuna
PercussionRichard Garcia
VocalsAndrew Knight
VocalsNestor Torres


Daniel Rothmuller, Evan Wilson, Yoko Matsuda, Aza Drosi

Liner Notes

Producer – Juan Vicente Zambrana, Andre Fischer
Arranged By – Juan Vicente Zambrana, Diego Schissi, Andrew Knight, Clare Fischer, Manny Lopez
Arranged By (Strings) – Brad Cole
Coordinator – Patty Nichols
Engineer – Richard Serotta
Engineer (Assistant) – Ken Deranteriasian
Mastered By – Doug Sax

Design, Photography – Benny Millares