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Eddie Palmieri

From: Reese Erlich
Series: Jazz Perspectives
Length: 03:29

Latin Jazz pianist Eddie Palmieri explains how he fuses jazz and Latin Read the full description.

Palmieri_small Eddie Palmieri has been playing Latin and Latin Jazz music for over 50 years. In this Jazz Perspective he explains that while the two music styles have a lot in common, that doesn't mean everyone can play both. He's put together a new touring band that really smokes.

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Piece Description

Eddie Palmieri has been playing Latin and Latin Jazz music for over 50 years. In this Jazz Perspective he explains that while the two music styles have a lot in common, that doesn't mean everyone can play both. He's put together a new touring band that really smokes.

Timing and Cues

Running time: 3:26
Incue: Music
Outcue: I'm Reese Erlich with a perspective on jazz (then music)

Musical Works

In Walks Bud (2:00)
Eddie Palmieri
CD Listen Here
2005
Concord Records

In Flight (1:26)
(Same as above)

Related Website

http://www.jazzcorner.com