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Jaime Delgado Aparicio

El embajador y yo (original Sountrack + bonus)


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Jaime Delgado Aparicio

El embajador y yo (original Sountrack + bonus)


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Vampisoul offers you the complete soundtrack of “El Embajador y Yo”, what many consider JDA’s masterpiece, with the addition of five recordings by the Jaime Aparicio Jazz Trio made in Lima, Peru, around 1964. On the CD you can find extensive liner notes, and a reproduction of the movie poster.

The quality of Jaime Delgado Aparicio´s (Lima 1943-1983) music is not only born of his natural talent, but from many years of study (mostly in the US) and investigation. From his first award for his piano skills at fifteen, to his position as conductor of the (no less) Orquesta Sinfonica Nacional de Peru, Jaime Delgado Aparicio´s career is one of no equal in Peru´s music history. We are talking about heavyweight, probably the most talented jazz musician in Peru, and maybe Southamerica. It is not frequent that an individual leaves a permanent mark in the musical history of a country. In Peru, in the 60′ s and 70′ s, Jaime Delgado Aparicio, a pianist and composer, promoted and exposed all different styles of jazz to all social levels, helping many young students and professional musicians to understand this musical language. The soundtrack for “El Embajador y yo” was written in 1966 by Jaime Delgado Aparicio. The movie itself is worth watching, some sort of crossroads between James Bond´s films, Blake Edwards´ The Party, and Get Smart! But it´s the score what brought us here. The music in this rare action-comedy film combines, in an extraordinaire way, Jazz with different styles that were hip in the mid 60s, in a very groovy way. A genious score, very creative arrangements, and brilliant playing by an orchestra of sometimes over fifty musicians. Fourty years later Vampisoul offers you the complete soundtrack of “El Embajador y Yo”, what many consider JDA’s masterpiece, with the addition of five recordings by the Jaime Aparicio Jazz Trio made in Lima, Peru, around 1964. On the CD you can find extensive liner notes, and a reproduction of the movie poster.

The quality of Jaime Delgado Aparicio´s (Lima 1943-1983) music is not only born of his natural talent, but from many years of study (mostly in the US) and investigation. From his first award for his piano skills at fifteen, to his position as conductor of the (no less) Orquesta Sinfonica Nacional de Peru, Jaime Delgado Aparicio´s career is one of no equal in Peru´s music history. We are talking about heavyweight, probably the most talented jazz musician in Peru, and maybe Southamerica. It is not frequent that an individual leaves a permanent mark in the musical history of a country. In Peru, in the 60' s and 70' s, Jaime Delgado Aparicio, a pianist and composer, promoted and exposed all different styles of jazz to all social levels, helping many young students and professional musicians to understand this musical language.

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Vampisoul offers you the complete soundtrack of “El Embajador y Yo”, what many consider JDA’s masterpiece, with the addition of five recordings by the Jaime Aparicio Jazz Trio made in Lima, Peru, around 1964. On the CD you can find extensive liner notes, and a reproduction of the movie poster.

The quality of Jaime Delgado Aparicio´s (Lima 1943-1983) music is not only born of his natural talent, but from many years of study (mostly in the US) and investigation. From his first award for his piano skills at fifteen, to his position as conductor of the (no less) Orquesta Sinfonica Nacional de Peru, Jaime Delgado Aparicio´s career is one of no equal in Peru´s music history. We are talking about heavyweight, probably the most talented jazz musician in Peru, and maybe Southamerica. It is not frequent that an individual leaves a permanent mark in the musical history of a country. In Peru, in the 60′ s and 70′ s, Jaime Delgado Aparicio, a pianist and composer, promoted and exposed all different styles of jazz to all social levels, helping many young students and professional musicians to understand this musical language. The soundtrack for “El Embajador y yo” was written in 1966 by Jaime Delgado Aparicio. The movie itself is worth watching, some sort of crossroads between James Bond´s films, Blake Edwards´ The Party, and Get Smart! But it´s the score what brought us here. The music in this rare action-comedy film combines, in an extraordinaire way, Jazz with different styles that were hip in the mid 60s, in a very groovy way. A genious score, very creative arrangements, and brilliant playing by an orchestra of sometimes over fifty musicians. Fourty years later Vampisoul offers you the complete soundtrack of “El Embajador y Yo”, what many consider JDA’s masterpiece, with the addition of five recordings by the Jaime Aparicio Jazz Trio made in Lima, Peru, around 1964. On the CD you can find extensive liner notes, and a reproduction of the movie poster.

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Vampisoul

El embajador y yo (original Sountrack + bonus)

SKU: VAMPI CD 086  |  , , , , ,

Vampisoul offers you the complete soundtrack of “El Embajador y Yo”, what many consider JDA’s masterpiece, with the addition of five recordings by the Jaime Aparicio Jazz Trio made in Lima, Peru, around 1964. On the CD you can find extensive liner notes, and a reproduction of the movie poster.

The quality of Jaime Delgado Aparicio´s (Lima 1943-1983) music is not only born of his natural talent, but from many years of study (mostly in the US) and investigation. From his first award for his piano skills at fifteen, to his position as conductor of the (no less) Orquesta Sinfonica Nacional de Peru, Jaime Delgado Aparicio´s career is one of no equal in Peru´s music history. We are talking about heavyweight, probably the most talented jazz musician in Peru, and maybe Southamerica. It is not frequent that an individual leaves a permanent mark in the musical history of a country. In Peru, in the 60′ s and 70′ s, Jaime Delgado Aparicio, a pianist and composer, promoted and exposed all different styles of jazz to all social levels, helping many young students and professional musicians to understand this musical language. The soundtrack for “El Embajador y yo” was written in 1966 by Jaime Delgado Aparicio. The movie itself is worth watching, some sort of crossroads between James Bond´s films, Blake Edwards´ The Party, and Get Smart! But it´s the score what brought us here. The music in this rare action-comedy film combines, in an extraordinaire way, Jazz with different styles that were hip in the mid 60s, in a very groovy way. A genious score, very creative arrangements, and brilliant playing by an orchestra of sometimes over fifty musicians. Fourty years later Vampisoul offers you the complete soundtrack of “El Embajador y Yo”, what many consider JDA’s masterpiece, with the addition of five recordings by the Jaime Aparicio Jazz Trio made in Lima, Peru, around 1964. On the CD you can find extensive liner notes, and a reproduction of the movie poster.


View cart

4,00

Vampisoul

Jaime Delgado Aparicio

El embajador y yo (original Sountrack + bonus)

SKU: VAMPI CD 086  |  , , , , ,

Vampisoul offers you the complete soundtrack of “El Embajador y Yo”, what many consider JDA’s masterpiece, with the addition of five recordings by the Jaime Aparicio Jazz Trio made in Lima, Peru, around 1964. On the CD you can find extensive liner notes, and a reproduction of the movie poster.

The quality of Jaime Delgado Aparicio´s (Lima 1943-1983) music is not only born of his natural talent, but from many years of study (mostly in the US) and investigation. From his first award for his piano skills at fifteen, to his position as conductor of the (no less) Orquesta Sinfonica Nacional de Peru, Jaime Delgado Aparicio´s career is one of no equal in Peru´s music history. We are talking about heavyweight, probably the most talented jazz musician in Peru, and maybe Southamerica. It is not frequent that an individual leaves a permanent mark in the musical history of a country. In Peru, in the 60′ s and 70′ s, Jaime Delgado Aparicio, a pianist and composer, promoted and exposed all different styles of jazz to all social levels, helping many young students and professional musicians to understand this musical language. The soundtrack for “El Embajador y yo” was written in 1966 by Jaime Delgado Aparicio. The movie itself is worth watching, some sort of crossroads between James Bond´s films, Blake Edwards´ The Party, and Get Smart! But it´s the score what brought us here. The music in this rare action-comedy film combines, in an extraordinaire way, Jazz with different styles that were hip in the mid 60s, in a very groovy way. A genious score, very creative arrangements, and brilliant playing by an orchestra of sometimes over fifty musicians. Fourty years later Vampisoul offers you the complete soundtrack of “El Embajador y Yo”, what many consider JDA’s masterpiece, with the addition of five recordings by the Jaime Aparicio Jazz Trio made in Lima, Peru, around 1964. On the CD you can find extensive liner notes, and a reproduction of the movie poster.

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