Recordings as leaders of the musicians of our band

Javier Delgado


Vision Tales, a group led by bassist Javier Delgado and vibraphonist Arturo Serra, both experienced artists of the Spanish jazz scene, and who have collaborated on numerous projects over the past 15 years, this is their first project together as co-leaders.

In their album Vision Tales, recently released by Rizoma Records, they had:

Alvaro Vieito (guitar)

Juan Galiardo (Keyboard and Piano)

Martin Andersen (Drums).

Their music, an example of the current jazz path, presents a repertoire based on original compositions that shows the different influences of these musicians, from jazz to hard-bop, and taking advantage of the textures that a training with this instrumentation can offer. Resulting in a fresh repertoire that reflects their good taste and common influences as composers and instrumentalists. DOWNLOAD



Leandro Perpiñan


            This music moves through the mainstream of jazz and among other styles as Hard Bop and Blue Note. The sketch of exposure, solos rotations and recapitulation is classic. 

       Primavera valenciana is blue-bossa, ballad with Brazilian nuance that gives space and climate to Joe Henderson. De Quart a Picassent, Perpiñán and Serra's origins, it is an funny mix of the instruments and close to boogaloo and funky styles. Voluntat is the theme with the most hard pulse, it is presented with a balance of blue and continues in an intense twist that breathes Coltrane in quartet. The Pretender is a rhythm of tap and young spirit, similar to Benny Golson, that the group plays together with solos of sax and piano. Por allí viene Costi  is a catchy melody and easy, in a monk style, with a outstanding vibraphone solo in detail. . Hermes The Messenger, dedicated to his son, presents the peculiar sound of saxophone and vibraphone, it is a casual and elegant theme, messenger of an interiorized joy that reminds Stan Getz. Candela is back!, dedicated to his friend's daughter, has a pendular beat on which the difficult figures met in an open and animated way, as if announcing good news.  

Por allí viene Costi is a recording created with love without additives, honest jazz from beginning to end. It is here to stay. 

Leandro Perpiñan



The saxophonist Leandro Perpignan and the pianist Javier Galiana are two restless musicians of the current Jazz scene. Both lead their own projects in addition to collaborating on others.


Since they met in 2013, they work together frequently in different formations, mainly in the Andalucia Big Band, where they have recorded the “Suite Trafalgar“ by Javier Galiana; The band's debut album they presented in different festival and cities such as Cádiz, Sevilla, Córdoba, Almería, Huelva and Lisboa.


After several duet concerts, they decided to record and produce the album “No me vayas a engañar” (Musical Visions)  published in the spring of 2019. This recording, where interaction and spontaneity are the main goal, is formed by a repertoire of standards from composers such as B. Strayhorn, G. Gershwin, T. Dameron or P. Sambeat.