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Luis Perdomo: Montage

The Venezuelan pianist Luis Perdomo is more than just a Latin-jazz titan (although much of his work with Miguel Zenón, and the Criss Cross label release The Infancia Project, is recommended in that vein). He’s also a postbopper who can burn, and a sensitive scholar capable of stunning etudes and feathery midtempo ballads. The lush … Read More “Luis Perdomo: Montage”

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Luis Perdomo & Controlling Ear Unit: Twenty-Two

Luis Perdomo comes to Twenty-Two in a mood for a look back. After more than a decade as a founding member of Miguel Zenón’s longstanding quartet, a concurrent lengthy run with Ravi Coltrane and a half-dozen strong releases of his own, the pianist has built his intriguing new trio album on compositions inspired by memories … Read More “Luis Perdomo & Controlling Ear Unit: Twenty-Two”

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Luis Perdomo: Links

Links is a musical autobiography of sorts for Luis Perdomo. The Venezuelan pianist performs compositions by his classroom teachers from his native Caracas, the Manhattan School of Music and Queens College, as well as songs by his wife, a couple of hard-bop elder statesmen, the other three members of this quartet, and two of his … Read More “Luis Perdomo: Links”

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