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Minimum monthly payments are required. Subject to credit approval. Their signature sound relied heavily on two trombones and a flute instead of trumpets. On the liner notes of their first album, Eddie's brother Charlie dubbed this combination the 'trombanga', referring to the trombones and the still popular charanga which typically featured the flute.
The combination helped to give La Perfecta a rich and bold sound which contributed to Palmieri's success with his new band. In , the recording was awarded a Grammy as the best Latin Jazz Recording. Start the radio. Music database Musician. Eddie Palmieri From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Retrieved May 29, May 18,