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This video clip of Larry Harlow’s 35th Anniversary in Puerto Rico features congas & bongo solos.
Review by Travis Rogers for JazzTimes
Afro Blue Monk
The Forthcoming CD by Chembo Corniel Quintet
The respect for the past is evident. The excitement of the present is clear. The hope for the future is bright as Chembo Corniel’s Quintet provides a scintillating and romantic musical experience with his forthcoming release.
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“I was captured from the opening bars of the first track and was relentlessly but delightedly held until the very end. There is integrity and exploration to be found here… and so much beauty.”
“Chembo’s Quintet takes every opportunity for powerful solos and they do not disappoint.”
– Travis Rogers, JazzTimes
“Corniel is a percussion colourist who stands head and shoulders above most of his peers. His great artistry is informed by his flawless technique, which he embellishes with his consummate taste.“
“In fact Corniel is almost akin to an ancient druid who has some magical connection to the very force of nature that produces the echoes that pass through the gauntlet of time itself.”
“In this regard, this time around Corniel has surpassed himself with one of his most enduring albums.”
– Raul da Gama, Latin Jazz Network
Five Stars & Album Of The Week
September 17, 2012
“Chembo Corniel is the consummate contemporary percussionist…whose technique is like adding hot spices to a cold salad and the blend of this group of musicians can make me sing forever.”
– Grady Tate, Jazz Vocalist
“Corniel’s group wisely explores works from their musical peers, finding a balance between the past and present of New York Latin Jazz.”
– Chip Boaz, Latin Jazz Corner
“This is wonderful work from top to bottom, and I can’t remember a newly released Latin-Jazz album I’ve enjoyed this much. It’s energetic but heavily romantic and furtively old-fashioned.”
– Marc Meyers, JazzWax.com
“This CD will surely be met with critical acclaim for its ability to transcend yet incorporate so many genres and styles of Jazz and Latin music.”
– Cathy Gruenfelder, Jazz Improv Magazine
To pay tribute to Mongo Santamaría and Thelonious Monk, two legendary musicians of this or any era is challenge enough; but to pay tribute to them combining their enduring legacy is and always will be a Himalayan task.
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