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Justicia (remastered edition)

CD (Item 606019) Tico/Fania, Early 70s — Condition: New Copy
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A 70s masterpiece from Eddie Palmieri – a brilliant set of Latin tracks with a modern jazz edge that's really astounding! From the first note of the record, Eddie's piano makes a bold statement of difference – edging into the rest of the group with slight modern touches, and a slightly off-kilter sound that marks the record as something fresh and new. Some tracks are straight ahead, with vocals by Ismael Quintana, but still have a dark undercurrent from Eddie's piano – and others are much more open-ended, with a freewheeling style that shows all the freedoms of the 70s! Includes the incredible 11 minute track "Verdict On Judge Street", the very soulful "My Spiritual Indian", and the cuts "Everything Is Everything", "Somewhere", "Amor Ciego" and "Lindo Yambu".  © 1996-2014, Dusty Groove, Inc.


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