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Cositas buenas - Paco de Lucia #112UN333
Cositas buenas - Paco de Lucia
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:: Rumba   :: Buleras   :: Tangos   :: Tientos   :: Sole por Bulerias  
  Patio custodio (buleras)
  Cositas buenas (tangos)
   Antonia - Paco de Luca (sole por buleras)
  El dengue (rumba)
  Volar (buleras)
  El tesorillo - Diego 'El Cigala'(tientos)
  Que venga el alba - Camarn y Tomatito (buleras)
  Casa Bernardo - Alejandro Sanz (rumba)
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 Gypsy inventions and dimensions of flamenco, from the buleria 'Patio Custodio' and the torrid tientos 'El Tesorillo' to the moody, mid-tempo buleria por solea 'Antonia'. Guitarists Juan D Anyelica and Tomatito join de Lucia on 'El Dengue', and 'Que Vengo el Alba', which also features a vocal track from the late singer Camaron de la Isla. The last song, 'Casa Bernardo', with bassist Alain Perez, jazz trumpeter Jerry Gonzalez, and Latin pop star Alejandro Sanz on the guitar-like tres, foreshadows the future of this ancient and inventive art form.