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Wednesday, 8 August 2012

Paco de Lucía y Ramón de Algeciras - En Hispanoamerica [1969]

And another crazy album that doesn't seem to fit in here, but hey I'm alone in here I feel like going crazy over this.
This his flamenco, a Spanish genre of music that you probably see in those clubs where women with red and black dresses play castanets. But this here feature few of those stereotypes, this is a guitar driven folk album, the folk being flamenco. Paco de Lucía is the most well known guitarist of the genre, most of his work shows a impressive skill with the guitar, he plays awesomely fast in a flamenco guitar (and acoustic guitar with 12 strings and each string is more far from the others than the standard acoustic guitar) and the songs are simple but interesting.
But forget all that the main thing about this is that it's fun as hell, like the soundtrack for a "running of the bulls" (I thinks this is what its called in english) or a pistol finghting in a mexican bar in westerns.


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