Eddie Palmieri

By Robert Leaver

 

One of the most influential and recognizable figures to emerge from Latin New York City, pianist and composer made his mark as a bandleader sculpting the shape of salsa from its birth in the ‘60s. Always an innovator, he pushed the boundaries of salsa, bridging the cultures of Black and Spanish Harlem and stretching the format in the ‘70s with longer tunes, extended solos, and improvisations, ultimately invigorating a growing Latin jazz scene. His disheveled hair (before its loss) sets an air of eccentricity around him as he appears totally absorbed in the... Read More

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