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Entre Dos Aguas
Paco De Lucia
Entre Dos Aguas
Genre: World Music
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CD Details

All Artists: Paco De Lucia
Title: Entre Dos Aguas
Members Wishing: 0
Total Copies: 0
Label: Musicrama/Koch
Release Date: 1/1/1994
Album Type: Import
Genre: World Music
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaCD Credits: 1
UPC: 738476280229

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A moving combination of emotions and talent
Edy Gibert | Buenos Aires, Argentina | 11/24/2000
(5 out of 5 stars)

"This is one of Paco de Lucia most poplar albums among modern Spanish guitar listeners. It's also a great place to start listening to De Lucia as the CD offers samples form both new and traditional Flamenco, plus other Spanish rhythms. Eight themes from De Lucia and six interpretations from other authors, among which we can distinguish two themes from the Spanish poet and also composer Federico García Lorca. "Entre Dos Aguas" is probably De Lucia's greatest hit world-wide. The success of this composition was an unexpected surprise to De Lucia as it was the last theme to be recorded and was composed as the group improvised and played in order to fill album space. "Rio Ancho" is a well known theme from De Lucia's trio efforts with Dimeola and Mc Laughing. The version recorded in this CD is the complete original version. De Lucia's guitar playing can be easily distinguished from the rest of the group's guitarists and his soloing will stand out from most of the world's wood guitar and nylon string players. De Lucia has added a great deal to the Flamenco music style and managed to grow further into the art of improvisation which lead him to enter into a fusion of styles and rhythms. This album specifically is closer to modern or nouveaux flamenco with very few moments of fusion, however if you understand about guitar playing you will appreciate that De Lucia's solos use tonalities and scales that are adventurous and challenging to the traditional player In summary, this album is a collection of different compositions and does not bear a defined style or a one music concept like De Lucia's last CD "Luzia". Nevertheless, the material is excellent and the instrument playing and ambience is superb. Flamenco music has a unique flavour and represents a life style. De Lucia is a main representative of this art and culture."
Essential Flamenco
Edy Gibert | 11/08/1999
(5 out of 5 stars)

"I came to love flamenco by being friends with flamenco students of Juan Serrano. They led me to this artist and to this CD in particular. It is a wonderful introduction to Paco and the music of flamenco. Though some argue that he is a herectic for his fusion of other instruments and genres of music with flamenco the combination is well worth the effort.I just saw him in the San Francisco Jazz festival and it was worth every damn penny to see him in concert from the orchestra pit. For those who are curious he plays just as clean in concert as on CD which says something for a time period that sees more studio magic than live performance.Later when you have fallen in love be sure to get his collaborative CDs with Camaron de la Isla (yes, it is shrimp of the island) there is raw fire in those albums."
Great CD
A. Garcia | 04/18/2002
(5 out of 5 stars)

"This CD exceeded my high expectations. Highlights for me are the title track, Monasterio de Sal, Punta Umbria, La Nina de Puerta Oscura (amazing!), and El Vito, but all of the songs are good. I've definitely got to buy some more of his CD's."