Sunday, October 21, 2012

Eddie Palmieri y su Conjunto 'la Perfecta'
El Molestoso, Alegre Records 1963



















This is the second lp by latin pianist Eddie Palmieri and his group
'La Perfecta'. They were the originators of a sound called 'trombanga',
introducing two trombones and a flute instead of trumpets. This contributed
a lot to their early sixties succes in the New York latin scene. Later it was
also used by artists such as Willie Colon and Manny Oquendo among others.
The vocals on this 1963 album are taken care of by Ismael Quintana. Enjoy..

tracks;

 1   El molestoso
 2   Asi es la humanidad
 3   Lazaro y su microfono
 4   Contento estoy
 5   Sabroso guaguanco
 6   Yo sin ti
 7   Co un amor se borra otro amor
 8   En cadenas
 9   La gioconda
10  No critiques

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10 comments:

Anonymous said...

Thanks for sharing this very rare Palmieri. He still plays around the SF Bay Area. Great guy, great musician, and the globe is a little groovier because of his music.
-john

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Anonymous said...

Thank you!

david said...

A truly perfect album from start to finish. A monster in the best sense!

Paul Grinder said...

Please what it`s the password ?
Thanks

moos said...

PW=globalgroove

gilhodges said...

Moos, this is just about the perfect LP. To have and hear it makes me muy alegre. Thank you so much.

Sinjoro Jillem said...

Bedankt Moos! Classic latin. Simplemente maravilloso!

Bhowani said...

thank you !

ceb said...

Thanks very much. A great band and a classic record.