Of course much of the fire is locked into the percussion dialogues where patterned drumming inspires improvisation amid fairly strict rhythmic controls. Valdés runs away from the pack in spots, shuffling across the keyboard leaving a wake of chromatic color.
6 Rhapsody In Blue 7:07. 7 Briyumba Palo Congo (Religion Of The Congo) 9:58. Acoustic Bass, Chorus – Francisco Rubio Pampin. Congas, Drums, Chorus – Roberto Vizcaíno. Drums, Vocals, Chorus – Raul Pineda Roque. Piano, Chorus – Chucho Valdés. Producer – Rene Lopez. 6월 4주 이 블로그 인기글. If You Leave Me Now - Alyona Yarushina. Van Halan, Diver Down.
Two-time recipients include Sandoval, Charlie Haden, and Eddie Palmieri (once as a collaboration called The Brian Lynch/Eddie Palmieri Project). Since its inception, the award has been presented to musicians or groups originating from Brazil, Cuba, the Dominican Republic, and the United States. Ray Barretto and Wayne Wallace hold the record for the most nominations without a win, with four. Chucho Valdés – Briyumba Palo Congo – Religion of the Congo.
Santana's album Supernatural was awarded a total of nine awards Contents. Briyumba Palo Congo-Religion of the Congo – Chucho Valdés. Best Rock Gospel Album. Pray – Rebecca St. James. Underdog – Audio Adrenaline. Choose Life – Big Tent Revival. I Can See Clearly Now – Gospel Gangstaz.
Recorded by Chucho Valdes, the album frequently pays homage to Gershwin and Ellington. Don't miss the swinging Latin version of "Rhapsody in Blue. Basic Jazz Record Library. Murray Horwitz and . Spellman pick the jazz albums at home in anyone's music collection. Chucho Valdes: 'Briyumba Palo Congo'. SPELLMAN: I think if you listen to this excerpt from the piano solo, "Briyumba Palo Congo" or the "Religion Of The Congo," what you are saying will be exemplified. HORWITZ: He's certainly has absorbed all kinds of musical influences.
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Caravan" is given a super-convoluted Afro-Cuban treatment, while "Embraceable You" is unabashedly sentimental and the mambo break in "Rhapsody in Blue" could have come out of a 1956 Havana casino. The rest of the CD is devoted to various Valdés originals where the pianist's eclectic antennae pull in some unexpected signals
|1||El Rumbon (The Party)||7:51|
|5||Ponle La Clave (Put The Time On It)||9:23|
|6||Rhapsody In Blue
Flute [13-key Cuban Wooden Flute] – Joaquin Olivero Gavilan
|7||Briyumba Palo Congo (Religion Of The Congo)
Chorus – Haila Mompie GonzalezVocals [Vocalization], Chorus – Mayra Caridad ValdesVocals, Chorus – Juan "Chan" Campo
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