Pamies highlights his substantial bop fluency, and his engaging piano statements are harmonically rich and technically adroit, without needless excess"


Troy Dostert

All About Jazz (USA)

Pamies is also an accomplished arranger, with a sophisticated ear, who seems able to turn his hand to any style or instrumental lineup"


Peter Jones

London Jazz News (England)

His touch on the ivories flow with delight"


George W. Harris

Jazz Weekly (USA)

A young lion no more, he's still got his award winning chops at his beck and call (and call on them he does). Solid stuff for solid listeners"


Chris Spector

Midwest Record (USA)

Ese cachorro está que muerde"

Paquito D'Rivera


Sergio Pamies, a young Andalusian pianist, makes this recording a great entry into Spanish discography. A Jazz record? Not only. Flamenco? Not only. Maybe we are talking about flamenco-jazz? Not exactly. This Borrachito goes beyond the mere juxtaposition of two genres (as we see too often). This record marks the concern of a musician who has bathed in flamenco music and cannot (and does not want to) discard it, as well as his attraction for the great music of the twentieth century, jazz"

Patrick Dalmace

Jazz Hot Magazine (France)

Pamies chooses elegance (above other qualities), displaying such a great ability at the level of the legends of Flamenco jazz and Latin jazz"

Martí Farré

JAÇ Magazine (Spain)

Flamenco and jazz interact, not just complementing each other, but melting together"

January Ruiz

W1M World Music Magazine (Spain)

Sergio Pamies, pianist of the new batch of Granada, whom some recognize the new Chano Domínguez"

Chema García Martínez

El País (Spain)

Pamies has a solid jazz formation and an undoubted talent for composition"

Karles Torra

La Vanguardia

...Yet, it did not sound like imitating Domínguez's approach. The music had a light touch with a deliciously swinging flamenco beat. There was nothing artificial about the fusion of two genres of music"

Tapani Lausti

In the Wayne Shorter ballad “Infant Eyes,” pianist Sergio Pamies’ solo captures a sense of wanderlust as his melodic lines meander against the woodwind section’s backdrop of mesmerizing iridescent harmonies"

Edward Brown

Fort Worth Weekly

At this point during the concert, Pamies demonstrated once more that he has the flamenco picaresque, together with the jazz technique"

Jose Manuel Rojas

Ideal (Spain)

Pianists who approach flamenco music usually try to imitate the guitar. However, Pamies gets inspiration in flamenco singing, enriching his playing with its characteristic colors and melodic runs"

Jorge Fernández Bustos (Spain)

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