Criss Cross Jazz 1308 CD

Luis Perdomo

Pathways

Available: September 12, 2008

For the first Criss Cross release under his own name, the remarkable Venezuelan-born, New York-based pianist Luis Perdomo has chosen to Interact with an immensely talented pair of longtime friends --- bassist Hans Glawischnig and drummer Eric McPherson --- in a program that includes eight well-crafted originals, two compositions sourced from the Broadway stage and a particularly memorable Bud Powell tune.

A youthful veteran, who's already shared bandstands with Ray Barretto, Dafnis Prieto, David Sanchez, Jerry Gonzalez, Miguel Zenón, and Ravi Coltrane.

With Pathways, he demonstrates his mastery not only on Latin-tinged material but also on straightahead jazz that is, by turns, rhapsodic, gently propulsive and downright boppish.

Luis has previously been heard on Brian Lynch's Criss Cross album Conclave (2005).

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Barcode 8 712474 130825
play 1. Speak Low (Ogden Nash / Kurt Weill)
play 2. Unexpected (Luis Perdomo)
play 3. Shine (Luis Perdomo)
play 4. Fulia Chant (Luis Perdomo)
play 5. Almost Like Being In Love (Alan Jay Lerner / Frederick Loewe)
play 6. Piensa En Mi (A. Lara)
play 7. Chimanta (G. Weil)
play 8. Baby Steps (M. Sullivan)
play 9. Sunrise (Luis Perdomo / Hans Glawischnig)
play 10. Slap (Luis Perdomo)
play 11. Oblivion (Bud Powell)

play Total Time: 61:06
Recorded June 12, 2008 in Brooklyn, NY, USA by Michael Marciano

Luis Perdomo (P)
Hans Glawischnig (B)
Eric McPherson (D)


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