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Cositas buenas - Paco de Lucia

For four decades, Spanish guitarist Paco de Lucia's jazzy, Mephisto-like technique redefined flamenco. This CD, which means 'Good Small Things,' is de Lucias first release in five years, and it's been worth the wait. Most of the eight tracks feature just de Lucia, a chorus of vocalists, percussion, and the zesty handclaps called palmas. Lucia and company take you through the Moorish, Jewish, and...

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Friday night in San Francisco

This live recording from 1980 matched U.S.fusion guitar heavyweights Al Di Meola and John McLaughlin with Spanish guitar guru Paco De Lucia. It is an awesome jam sesson. Listening to this album is like listening in on a conversation in a beautiful language different from your own where you can pick out phrases and appreciate the rhythms and intonations. After you have a listen or two, you'll...

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Fuente y Caudal

Pop success would not come from an entire album but from a song which, overnight, acquired airplay in all the radio-stations in Spain: "Entre dos aguas" from the album Fuente y caudal (1973.) The Rumba diffused past Spanish borders and began to get attention from great rock and jazz artists. The album included experiments which went beyond classic flamenco. Ever since then, Paco De Luca began a...

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