SimpáticoMusical direction and all arrangements by Brian Lynch Recorded at Bennett Studios, Englewood, NJ on Nov. 23, 25, 26, Dec. 5, 2005 Engineer: David Darlington Additional Recording at Bass Hit Studios, New York, NY Mixed by David Darlington and Brian Lynch at Bass Hit Studios, New York, NY with assistance from Tom Dambly and Roger Townsend Mastering: Tom Carr at The Annex, Menlo Park, CA Produced by Brian Lynch Production Assistance, Web Photos and Pro Tools: Tom Dambly Principal Photography: Nick Ruechel Videography, Web Photos and New Media Consultant: Gary Stager Design: Christian Ericson Executive Producer Participant: Roger Townsend Gold Participants: Peter Straub, Jo Daley Bronze Participants: Rafael Hernandez, Bryan Davis, Fred & Meg Lynch, Philip Tauber Brian Lynch’s Horns: Yamaha 8310Z trumpet, Monette 993 trumpet (Que Sería La Vida, Tema Para Marissa) Brian Lynch, Eddie Palmieri, and Phil Woods are Yamaha performing artists Trumpet mouthpieces by Monette Brian’s hats by Kelly Christy Lila Downs courtesy of Narada Productions Giovanni Hidalgo, Pedro Martinez, and Johnny Rivero are LP artists

The Brian Lynch/Eddie Palmieri Project

Hollistic MusicWorks

Tracklist

  1. The Palmieri Effect
  2. Que Seriá La Vida
  3. Guajira Dubois
  4. Páginas De Mujer
  5. Slippery
  6. Jazzucar
  7. Tema Para Marissa
  8. Freehands
  9. Descarga #7 (bonus track)
  10. Paginás De Mujer original mix (bonus track)
  11. Tema Para Marissa alternate take (bonus track)
  12. Descarga On Palmieri Themes (bonus track)

About

2006 Grammy® Award Winner, Best Latin Jazz Album.

Musicians

COLLECTIVE PERSONNEL
Brian Lynch – trumpet
Eddie Palmieri – piano
Lila Downs – voice
Phil Woods – alto saxophone
Donald Harrison – alto saxophone
Yosvany Terry – alto saxophone
Gregory Tardy – tenor saxophone, clarinet
Conrad Herwig – trombone
Mario Rivera – baritone sax
Edsel Gomez – piano, organ
Boris Kozlov – acoustic bass
Ruben Rodriguez – baby bass
Luques Curtis – acoustic bass
Giovanni Hidalgo – congas
Pedro Martinez – congas, bongo, campaña, coro
Little Johnny Rivero – bongo, campaña
Dafnis Prieto – drums
Robby Ameen – drums
Marvin Diz – timbales
Pete Rodriguez – maracas, guiro
Adam Rogers – acoustic guitar
Joe Fielder – additional trombone

Production Credits

Musical direction and all arrangements by Brian Lynch

Recorded at Bennett Studios, Englewood, NJ on Nov. 23, 25, 26, Dec. 5, 2005
Engineer: David Darlington
Additional Recording at Bass Hit Studios, New York, NY
Mixed by David Darlington and Brian Lynch at Bass Hit Studios, New York, NY with assistance from Tom Dambly and Roger Townsend
Mastering: Tom Carr at The Annex, Menlo Park, CA
Produced by Brian Lynch
Production Assistance, Web Photos and Pro Tools: Tom Dambly
Principal Photography: Nick Ruechel
Videography, Web Photos and New Media Consultant: Gary Stager
Design: Christian Ericson

Executive Producer Participant: Roger Townsend
Gold Participants: Peter Straub, Jo Daley
Bronze Participants: Rafael Hernandez, Bryan Davis, Fred & Meg Lynch, Philip Tauber

Brian Lynch’s Horns: Yamaha 8310Z trumpet, Monette 993 trumpet (Que Sería La Vida, Tema Para Marissa)
Brian Lynch, Eddie Palmieri, and Phil Woods are Yamaha performing artists
Trumpet mouthpieces by Monette
Brian’s hats by Kelly Christy
Lila Downs courtesy of Narada Productions
Giovanni Hidalgo, Pedro Martinez, and Johnny Rivero are LP artists