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Paco De Lucía, Ramón De Algeciras - Refletions 18 Flamenco Guitar download mp3 album

Paco De Lucía, Ramón De Algeciras - Refletions 18 Flamenco Guitar download mp3 album
Refletions 18 Flamenco Guitar
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De Lucía formed the Paco de Lucía Sextet in 1981 with his brothers, singer Pepe de Lucía and guitarist Ramón de Algeciras, and collaborated with jazz pianist Chick Corea on their 1990 album, Zyryab. In 1992, he performed live at Expo '92 in Seville and a year later on the Plaza Mayor in Madrid. After 2004 he greatly reduced his public performances, retiring from full touring, and typically only gave several concerts a year, usually in Spain and Germany and at European festivals during the summer months. "Paco de Lucia flamenco guitar master and virtuoso". Retrieved 22 September 2010.

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09- Paco de Lucía y Ramón de Algeciras en Hispanoamérica (1969). 10- El mundo del flamenco (1971). 11- Recital de guitarra de Paco de Lucía (1971) with Ramón de Algeciras, Enrique Jiménez De Melchor,Paco Cepero, Isidro de Sanlúcar Muñoz and Julio Vallejo. 12- El duende flamenco de Paco de Lucía (1972). 13- Fuente y Caudal (1973). 14- Paco de Lucía en vivo desde el Teatro Real (1975). 18- Sólo quiero caminar (1981). 19- Liv. ne Summer Night (1984) Alive with The Sextet. Personnel: Paco de Lucía – guitar Ramon de Algeciras - guitar.

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Format: MP3 MusicVerified Purchase. Excellent, this album has a full range of sounds with 2 guitars, upright bass, and a snare drum with brushes. I am surprised to not to see this more often in classical and flamenco circles, because the results could very exciting, perhaps even more exciting than just solo guitar, or a guitar backed by an orchestra.

Paco de Lucía was one of the protagonists that carried the flamenco guitar well into the twenty-first century, and if you look closely you will see a little bit of Paco de Lucía in just about every guitarist born this side of the 1950s. This star was born in the port city of Algeciras in Cadiz province in 1947 and his early childhood was spent unknowingly learning the art of flamenco, something that was performed in his small, modest home, on a daily bases


A1 Malaguena
A2 La Zarzamora
A3 Cielito Lindo
A4 Mantilla De Feria
A5 Siboney
A6 Gaditanas
A7 Perfidia
A8 El Jarabe Tapatio
A9 Tomo Y Obligo
B1 Granada
B2 Manana De Carnaval
B3 La Virgen De La Macarena
B4 Mollendo Cafe
B5 Malaguena Salerosa
B6 Jalousie
B7 A Tu Vera
B8 La Luna Y El Toro
B9 Besame Mucho

Companies, etc.

  • Manufactured By – Nippon Phonogram Co., Ltd.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Label Code (Side 1): PYM-4387
  • Label Code (Side 2): PYM-4388