Leandro Perpiñán Quartet Debuts ‘Leandro Perpiñán Quartet’
The Valencian saxophonist, but resident in Seville for nine years, Leandro Perpiñán debut in front of his quartet with ‘Leandro Perpiñán Quartet’, a job where jazz is all important.
As they have things in the music world because of the economic crisis in general and the record industry in particular if the musicians not their work is self-produce do not go anywhere because the record does and while generally either by force either of their own volition, have long since resigned from much of their functions.
So it is not surprising that artists with the talent of saxophonist Leandro Perpiñán have to self-produce their debut album because there are already who publish it.
Leandro Perpiñán is one of the many musicians coming out of the classrooms of the Berklee College of Music where he finished in 2010 with summa cum laude in Performance. The value of this musician is evident in the fact that he was awarded the Mark Turner Scholarship Division interpretation. And in view of his music must say that deservedly.
Perpiñán practices an uncompromising jazz, his is pure jazz looking to jazz. The saxophonist plays a modern jazz, drinking from the current jazzmen (Bergonzi, Lovano, Turner, …) but which are also appreciated, and is happily inevitable traces of the classics (Gordon, Webster, …).
All topics the album are the work of saxophonist and band sounds very well combined, seamless, where cleanliness guitarist Carlos Bermudo out.
So few, if any, justification is there for not getting with this debut Leandro Perpiñán Quartet.
José Manuel Pérez Rey
Author: Leandro Perpiñán Quartet.
Tittle: Leandro Perpiñán Quartet.
Músicians: Leandro Perpiñán (saxo tenor), Carlos Bermudo (guitarra), Javier Delgado (contrabajo), Nacho Megina (batería).
Style: Jazz Moderno.
Source: Distrito Jazz