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Danilo Perez Trio: Live at the Jazz Showcase

Read "Live at the Jazz Showcase" reviewed by Robert R. Calder


Danilo Perez Live! is the intended message of this set. Somebody must have decided that the pianist sounds better (livelier, more spontaneous) on gigs than in the studio. Startlingly young in Dizzy Gillespie's United Nation (not Nations) Orchestra, Perez (born in 1978) is currently the pianist in Wayne Shorter's quartet. While this live trio set goes ...

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Danilo Perez Trio: Live at the Jazz Showcase

Read "Live at the Jazz Showcase" reviewed by Jerry D'Souza


Danilo Perez's first live recording at the Jazz Showcase in Chicago with bassist Ben Street and drummer Adam Cruz finds the trio building an empathic level of communication; having played together for two and a half years has its advantages. Perez is still a hard-hitting pianist, but he balances this penchant with softer tunes that profile ...

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Danilo Perez Trio: Live at the Jazz Showcase

Read "Live at the Jazz Showcase" reviewed by John Kelman


Watching pianist Danilo Perez's career unfold has been an experience in shared exploration. He's never forgetten his Panamanian heritage, but along with pianists Edward Simon and Luis Perdomo, Perez has reflected a new dimension--a new wave of artists from Latin cultures who incorporate traditional rhythms and melodic ideas into more modern contexts that include complicated meters, ...


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