Monday, 16 May 2011

Eddie Palmieri, African-Caribbean Jazz star-review

Repeating key most forms of dance in the rite of spring-from explicit pulse to keep the movement of limbs deep house is. Jazz, Latin rhythms, he played Eddie Palmieri that is embedded in every song brand "Nuyorican" refined music of Afro - Caribbean complex can.

Ronnie Scott's dance for small spaces everywhere people look at tap move, migrate, feet and fingers Palmieri's dire straits. It is in strict tempo, fly in waiting staff, the tray by hand. Friends passing waiters folding lock a ferocious Claves Palmieri Tito Puente Chan hand that she performs graceful arabesque.

Piccadillo Puente, themes such as the sound a lot like covered the Latin Clave taut and stylish Blue Note melody. Jose Claussell (Timbales) and Vincent "Johnny" different libero (conga) leave space Kit is a drummer, can appreciate the precision jigsaw Palmieri arrangements that could be created: band's like clatters old steam engine is important.

Subtlety can be, with figures such as Palmieri elicited a gorgeous solo trumpeter Philip Dizack, saxophonist Louis fouche from Tema para Rene. Palmieri also piano and bass (Luques Curtis) as shown in the funky interaction in the long intro playful, but can be his last solo was ferocious. Stay rooted in the heart of his band rhythm playing improvisational flair Palmieri genius Horace silver or McCoy Tyner, that is. Hard bop to his 1960s heyday of salsa Dura and fun people link music in sleight of hand.

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