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Enrico Pieranunzi

Enrico Pieranunzi Latin Jazz Quintet Live At Birdland

Cam Jazz CAMJ 7829-5

antonio sanchez diego urcola john patitucci yosvany terry

Item: full_album_8024709115928_CD

Artists :
Enrico Pieranunzi ( Piano )
Antonio Sanchez ( Drums )
Diego Urcola ( Trumpet, Flugelhorn )
John Patitucci ( Acoustic And Electric Bass )
Yosvany Terry ( Alto & Soprano Sax, Percussion, Chekere )
Release date
Oct 12, 2010
Duration
0:57:53
Barcode
8024709115928

"I must confess, I have a secret passion: Latin American music, a passion that extends to what is known as Latin Jazz.." (Enrico Pieranunzi)

Enrico Pieranunzi returns to surprise us with this album, mixing his playing cards and veering abruptly into new and unexplored territories. This time Pieranunzi ventures into the limitless and fascinating land of South America, interpreting Latin music in his own creative way.
Recorded live at the Birdland in New York, with Diego Urcola on trumpet, Yosvany Terry on saxes and percussion, John Patitucci on bass, and Antonio Sanchez on drums.


Recorded live at Birdland on 1 November 2008 in New York Recorded by James Farber Recording team SoundByte Productions - Paul Zinman, Nelson Wong Recording Assistants Noriko Okabe, Hee-Jung Nam Mixed at Sear Sound Studio on 26-27 October 2009 by James Farber


Photos by John Abbott

Reviews

Enrico Pieranunzi: Live At Birdland

Grabación realizada por el excelente pianista italiano Enrico Pieranunzi en el club Birdland de Nuea York el 1 de novembre de 2008 en compañia de un grupo que se hacía llamar Latin Jazz Quintet que se completaba con el trompetista Diego Urcola, el saxofonista Yosvany Terry, el contrabajista John Patitucci y el batería Antonio Sánchez. Como no es difícil deducir del nombre de la banda, Pieranunzi ha querido en esta ocasión acercarse al latin jazz a través de una composición de Gianni Valenti (“Talk”), que abre al disco, y seis composiciones propias: “Danza 2”, “Choro del infinito hombre”, “Rosa del mare”, Danza nueva”, “Miradas” y “Tierra nativa”. Un trabajo interessante.

10/2/2011World Musiceditorial