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Conclave

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Tom Harrell
Artist: Lynch, Brian (latin Jazz Sexte
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La Sitiera
Artist: Lynch, Brian (latin Jazz Sexte
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J.b's Dilemma
Artist: Lynch, Brian (latin Jazz Sexte
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Across The Bridge
Artist: Lynch, Brian (latin Jazz Sexte
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Liberated Brother
Artist: Lynch, Brian (latin Jazz Sexte
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La Mulata Rumbera
Artist: Lynch, Brian (latin Jazz Sexte
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Awe Shocks
Artist: Lynch, Brian (latin Jazz Sexte
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Invitation
Artist: Lynch, Brian (latin Jazz Sexte
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Total Tracks: 8   Total Length: 70:10

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MMMikey

What a great record! Never heard of Mr. Lynch before, but the whole band just SMOKES right outta the gate! If your musical tastes run towards Latin Jazz, this is a MUST OWN.

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garydcarrington

You better download this because it is hard to find.

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Who's who in straight-ahead salsa plays what's what! While it may lack the adventure of Yosvany Terry Cabrera or Miguel Zenon, this record takes the down-the-middle pitch and smacks it for extra bases. Speaking of extra basses, it's hard to top either Boris or Ruben.

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Trumpeter Brian Lynch has often played second fiddle to his Latin jazz A-lister friends. Be it with trombone giant Conrad Herwig, piano luminary Eddie Palmieri, or any of the host of New York Latin jazzers with whom Lynch has collaborated, the most notable records that he has appeared on have him listed after the word “featuring.” The Brian Lynch Latin Jazz Sextet features a group of players who are similarly stellar sidemen, who have backed the biggest artists in the genre, but whose names are not often seen in lights. With the release of Conclave, their day in the sun has come. This 2005 release is easily one of the strongest Latin jazz releases of the year. Luis Perdomo is rapidly distinguishing himself as the most important, in-demand pianist on the scene. Conguero Roberto Quintero, a seriously underrated talent, displays blistering technique and taste throughout the record. Relative newcomer Ernesto Simpson shows amazing creativity and unique vision for the drum set’s role in Cuban-influenced music. Bass players Boris Koslov and Ruben Rodriguez both prove inventive and smart, as does saxophonist Ralph Bowen. Lynch himself continues to develop into the trumpet’s definitive master in his idiom. The writing is consistently hip and intelligent, another credit to Lynch’s creative vitality. All over, the most inspired record thus far by one of Latin jazz’s best. – Evan C. Gutierrez

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