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Creating sophisticated juxtapositions between disparate moods, Charlie was wise to include a bolero in this collection. Many will remember Cuando Vuelva A Tu Lado as performed by Trío Los Panchos with Eydie Gormé. Avilés' nuanced interpretation is a jewel, and the arrangement favors the aesthetic path followed by Cheo Feliciano on his seminal Cheo album. This is the bolero as seen through the nostalgic prism of the 1970s—loaded with jazzy undertones, a lounge sensibility and a touch of melodramatic pop.

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As soon as they were clear of the school, the three boys hit that strange running walk with which young Indian boys can cover 10 miles in an hour. They circled the Kenora airfield and struck out north through the bush over a "secret trail” children at the school like to use. The boys were heading for Redditt, a desolate railroad stop on the CNR line, 20 miles north of Kenora and 30 miles east of the Manitoba border. Because Charlie wasn't as strong as the others, they had to wait often while he rested and regained his strength. It was on the last part of this walk, probably by the tracks, that Charlie picked up a CNR schedule with a route map in it. In the following days of loneliness that map was to become the focus of his longings to get back to his father. But in reality the map would be never more than a symbol, because Charlie didn't know enough English to read it.

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Before his Charanga Duboney, the pianist Charlie Palmieri formed his jazz quartet in 1954. They played in Chicago, Washington, Boston and New York, and recorded this interesting latin jazz album. Here appears a young Johnny Pacheco as a percussionist. He will later be known as one of the best latin flutist in New York.

Tracklisting :
01. Cuban Love Song (Storthart-McHugh-Fields) 5:00
02. Take Me in Your Arms (Markush-Parish) 5:19
03. Jeepers Creepers (Warren-Mercer) 3:10
04. Pavanne (Mitchell-Ruff) 3:37
05. I'll Never Be the Same (Kahn-Melnick-Signorelli) 4:56
06. I'll Be Around (Wilder-Murphy) 5:44
07. Perfidia (Domínguez) 3:46
08. Thou Swell (Rodgers-Hart) 3:46
09. You and The Night and The Music (Schwartz-Dietz)  4:46
10. Ponce (Morales) 3:36

Total time: 43:53 min

Originally issued in 12" album as Gone G-5007

Charlie Palmieri (piano); Al 'Guito' Gonzalez (bass); Joe Rodríguez (drums); Johnny Pacheco (conga & bongos).
Recorded in New York, April 1959

Produced for CD reissue by Jordi Pujol

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