Eddie Gomez Trio | Live In Mexico City

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Live In Mexico City

by Eddie Gomez Trio

A dazzling and elegant performance of the legendary jazz bassist Eddie Gomez and his trio. This recording captures the magic of the jazz piano trio in a live setting, showcasing a unique gamut of colors, moods and close-knit interplay.
Genre: Jazz: Contemporary Jazz
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1. Palermo
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2. All Blues
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3. Blues For Gwen
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4. My Funny Valentine ~ How Deep Is The Ocean
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5. Smiliin' Eyes
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6. We Will Meet Again
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Legendary bassist EDDIE GOMEZ has been on the cutting edge of music for over four decades.
The Latin GRAMMY® award-winner’s impressive resumé includes performances with jazz giants such as Miles Davis, Dizzy Gillespie, Bill Evans, Gerry Mulligan and Benny Goodman. Eddie’s unique sound and
style can be heard on hundreds of recordings spanning the worlds of jazz, classical, Latin jazz,
rhythm & blues, popular and contemporary music.
Eddie Gomez is a brilliant bassist whose flexibility and quick reflexes make him an ideal accompanist. He grew up in New York and was with the Newport Festival Youth Band during 1959-61. After studying at Juilliard, Gomez played with Rufus Jones's sextet, Marian McPartland (1964), Paul Bley (1964-65), Giuseppe Logan, Gerry Mulligan and Gary McFarland among others. Gomez came to fame during his long period with the Bill Evans Trio (1966-77). He has since worked in a countless number of settings including filling in for Charles Mingus (1978) and with Steps Ahead (1979-84), Benny Wallace, Joanne Brackeen, Jack DeJohnette, Chick Corea and in commercial settings as a studio musician.



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