Brindica by Ted Piltzecker
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Ted Piltzecker

Label: Zoho Music
Released: 2018
Duration: 55:00
Views: 762

Track Listing

1. Great Idea! Who Pays? 2. Uncle Peck 3. Feliz Paseo 4. Brindica 5. Look At It Like This 6. Ogoh, Ogoh 7. Por Supuesto 8. What Happens To A Dream Deferred? 9. From The Center 10. Uncle Peck Reprise


Ted Piltzecker

Additional Personnel / Information

• Ted Piltzecker - vibraphone (all), marimba (#9), percussion[talking drum, bell] (#4, 9), keyboard (#9), clapping (#4), vocal percussion (#4) • Fernando Martinez - drums (all except #9) • Mauricio Dawid - acoustic bass (all except #9) • Miguel Marengo – piano, all except #9 • Carlos Michelini - alto sax #1, 3, 5 - 7 • Jon Faddis - trumpet #2, 9 • Ralph Lalama - tenor sax, clarinet #2, 9 • Matt Hall - trombone #2, 9 • Gary Smulyan - baritone sax #2, 9 • John Wooton - steel pan #1, drums #2 • Tara Halen O’Conner - flute #4, 5, alto flute #6 • Ayako Oshima - clarinet #4, 5 • Taylor Burgess - voice # 8 • Jansel Torres - percussion (Bata #7, Congas #1, 6, 7, Bongos #3, 6, Bell #7, Clapping #7) • Dave Lewitt - percussion (djembe, bell) #9 • Angel Lau - percussion (conga, bell) #9

Album Description

"The title Brindica reflects cultural influences from Brazil, India, and Africa but there are also stops in Bali, Cuba, Puerto Rico, New Orleans and Harlem. The diverse musical landscapes, people and traditions that Piltzecker encountered in his travels are woven into the tapestry of this very engaging album." - Bill Mitowski


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