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Embraceable You - Chucho Valdés - Briyumba Palo Congo - Religion Of The Congo (CD, Album)

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  1. Ritmo Latino Like a summer storm, the piano playing of Jesus "Chucho" Valdes comes in waves. Amidst a thundering, sometimes furious hail of conga, batia, and trap drums- .
  2. Briyumba Palo Congo. Chucho Valdes. Jazz - Released January 1, Chucho Valdés' first album for Blue Note bears out a lot of the hype surrounding this hugely gifted Cuban pianist. Unlike many of today's younger Cuban keyboard hotshots, Valdés not only has great technical chops and musical erudition, he manages to stay closely tied to his.
  3. Label: Blue Note - 4 2 2 • Format: CD Album • Country: US • Genre: Jazz, Latin • Style: Afro-Cuban Jazz, Latin Jazz Chucho Valdés - Briyumba Palo Congo (Religion Of The Congo) (, CD) | Discogs/5(8).
  4. The title track, the most experimental on the disc, blends a celebratory Palo religious chant with stride and gospel accents from Valdés. Then it opens into a free-tempo exchange between singers, percussionists, and piano, before ending with an unaccompanied piano solo that alternates between frantic energy and quiet lyricism.
  5. The title track is the most experimental on the disc, blends a celebratory Palo religious chant with stride and gospel accents from the pianist. Then it opens into a free-tempo exchange between singers, percussionists, and piano, before ending with an unaccompanied piano solo that alternates between frantic energy and quiet lyricism.
  6. Mar 13,  · Provided to YouTube by Universal Music Group Billumba-Palo Congo · Sabu Palo Congo ℗ Blue Note Records Released on: Producer: Alfred Lion Studio Personnel, Recording Engineer.
  7. The title track, the most experimental on the disc, blends a celebratory Palo religious chant with stride and gospel accents from Valdés. Then it opens into a free-tempo exchange between singers, percussionists, and piano, before ending with an unaccompanied piano solo that alternates between frantic energy and quiet lyricism/5(10).

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