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Top Customer Reviews
It captures instantly from the opening deep moorish quartertones and thereafter never fails to retain interest. I've played it endlessly and everywhere.
If you don't like flamenco you ought to listen to this, if you do you shouldn't need more persuasion
Buy it now!
Probably the best flamenco cd on the market in terms of broad appeal to lots of different kinds of people - there are more profound recordings by artists such as Juan Martin and John Williams but they are not as light,breezy and full of joy.
I brought this CD trying to find my own 'Duende' after reading a book of the same title.
Forget package holiday restaurants and show bars - Uncle Paco is the real deal.
You can almost smell the Paella, taste the Rioja and feel the drama and tension of the moods being displayed. It's somewhat tonally erotic in part with many a Blanco being put through its paces to the beat of the dancer's heart. ( ...and you just know that the dancer in question is a dark haired gypsy girl wearing a red dress, and she's smiling at you - you'll know what I mean when you listen to this.... )
The agility, speed and sheer brilliance of the playing is imposible to describe and difficult to comprehend.
Once you've heard this you'll want to go and see it live. Make sure you do.
Hear it, taste it, feel it ! Comfortably recommended.
It is quite unusual to find one of flamenco's great masters play pretty folksy tunes like these. Still, ultimately I love this down to earth approach to flamenco more than the more subtle one, like Paco Pena in his later works.
Twenty years on, I can still listen to these tracks every day. Needless to say, I never ever became anything of a virtuoso guitar player myself, not even mastering a decent sevillanas, as performed brilliantly in the second track of this cd.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Delivery and packaging good. The music offers a change of mood and style.Published 4 months ago by Chris H
Good cd, but like to hear more castanets and the sound of dancing feet.Published 16 months ago by Mrs. M. Towers