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Bamboleate
Eddie Palmieri, Cal T'Jader
Bamboleate
Genres: World Music, Jazz, Latin Music
 
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One of the fantastic 60s collaborations between Cal Tjader and Eddie Palmieri -- a great set of grooves in which Cal's vibes and Eddie's piano come together in an excellent way, stretching out on Latin jazz numbers that pu...  more »

      
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All Artists: Eddie Palmieri, Cal T'Jader
Title: Bamboleate
Members Wishing: 2
Total Copies: 0
Label: Fania / Umgd
Original Release Date: 1/1/2007
Re-Release Date: 3/13/2007
Album Type: Original recording remastered
Genres: World Music, Jazz, Latin Music
Styles: Mexico, Latin Jazz, Tropical, Salsa
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaCD Credits: 1
UPC: 877313002171

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One of the fantastic 60s collaborations between Cal Tjader and Eddie Palmieri -- a great set of grooves in which Cal's vibes and Eddie's piano come together in an excellent way, stretching out on Latin jazz numbers that push the envelope from Cal's regular work, and which have a stronger jazz component than most of Eddie's own albums from the time. Titles include 'Bamboleate', 'Resemblance', 'Guajira Candela', "Mi Montuno', and 'Come An Get It'. Digipak. Vampi Soul. 2003.

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CD Reviews

Latin virtuosity
Rock Mendonša | Madrid | 12/23/2005
(5 out of 5 stars)

"I bought this album causally in Paris and i will never regret about it. Vampi Soul wanted to join for the first time ever Eddie Palmieri's piano and Tjader's vibes in a unique fusion. They asked Verve's permission to borrow Cal Tjader for the recording sessions. Verve accepted if Vampi did the same lending Palmieri. The result: two marvellous albums. "El sonido nuevo" for Verve and "Bamboleate" for Vampi Soul.
The first theme, Bamboleate, has a hot rythm that could fit perfectly at any latin disco club.
The best one is Samba do Suenho. If just vibraphones had been discovered in Rio de Janeiro in the 50's or 60's one would never imagine where Samba style would have reached. Special attention at the sax solo at the end of the song: suave suave.
Guajira Candela completes my hat trick of the album."