14 April 2006

EDDIE PALMIERI - JUSTICIA






















A late 60s masterpiece from Eddie Palmieri - a brilliant set of Latin tracks with a modern jazz edge that's really astounding!Its essence is an experimentalism combining a strong sense of Cuban tradition with a modal piano style thats the reult of Palmieris admiration of Mccoy Tyner. From the first note of the record, Eddie's piano makes a bold statement of difference edging into the rest of the group with slight modern touches, and a slightly off-kilter sound that marks the record as something fresh and new. Some tracks are straight ahead, with vocals by Ismael Quintana, but still have a dark undercurrent from Eddie's piano and others are much more open-ended, with a freewheeling style that shows all the freedoms to come in the 70s.


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4 comments:

magnum said...

Oh yes he sun of latin music mucho caliente y sabor

Miss F said...

thanks a lot for this!!!! incredibLe music... not a note out of place, they're just playing their hearts out, I'm sure they're having such sweet fun~

definitely agree with your write-up...

the vocals are so emotive, unaffected and simplY gorgeous.... esp. in AMOR CIEGO...

zamazuma said...

very nice much thanx

Mulata said...

I hate it when them links die.Makes me one to resurrect them and kill them my self.
Anyway, sure it wil turn up some day.

Ibrahim