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Flamenco - Released January 1, 1996 | Universal Music Division Decca Records France

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The acoustic guitar trio of John McLaughlin, Al di Meola, and Paco de Lucia can always be relied upon to create quiet but fiery music. The three virtuosos always sound restrained and tasteful (yet inwardly explosive) when they play together. This 1996 effort has three originals apiece from McLaughlin and di Meola, two by de Lucia and a beautiful McLaughlin-di Meola duet on "Manha de Carnaval" that makes one wish they would more fully explore bossa nova. Most of the selections are thoughtful, but there are also plenty of explosive outbursts for contrast (along with the jubilant closer "Cardeosa") on the highly arranged yet spontaneous-sounding program. © Scott Yanow /TiVo
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Flamenco - Released June 27, 2011 | InFiné

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Flamenco - Released February 24, 2017 | Legacy Recordings

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Flamenco - Released January 1, 1991 | Universal Music Spain S.L.

On April 25 and 26, 1991, Paco de Lucía performed for the first time in Spain Joaquín Rodrigo's Concerto d'Aranjuez at the Bulevar de Torrelodones Theater in Madrid, with the Cadaquès Orchestra under the conducting of its founder Edmon Colomer — an ensemble created in 1988 and composed of 40 musicians from Europe, the United States and Australia. It was during these two invitational concerts, organized by the Sociedad Estatal V Centenario and Polygram Iberica (the artist's record company), that this concerto was recorded and filmed live to be marketed on disc and videotape under the Philips label. « I don't want to play classical music. I am me. I try to play the Aranjuez Concerto according to my vision. Many versions exist and almost all of them sound the same. From flamenco you can play more rhythmic, especially the first and third movements. It is more alive. I would like Maestro Rodrigo to listen to my version », then declared Paco de Lucía. The concert continued with a recital by the trio Paco de Lucía, Juan Manuel Cañizares and José María Banderas. 
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Flamenco - Released January 1, 1976 | Universal Music Spain S.L.

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When Paco de Lucía made the groundbreaking Almoraima, he was just 28 years old. Already established as a prodigious talent, he used to opportunity to expand the possibilities of the flamenco music he loved so much. It wasn't so much the addition of bass and congas (he'd employed them before) as his entire rethinking of what constituted flamenco. The title cut, which opened the album, emphasized the Moorish influence, not only in the presence of the lute-like oud, but in its melody, which borrows from Arab maqams, or modes. "Rio Ancho" transports the rhumba rhythm to Brazil, melding it to a feel taken from bossa nova, which makes it all the more sinuous and sensual. More revolutionary is "Cobre," which virtually demolishes the flamenco form of sevillanas and rebuilds it in de Lucía's vision, giving it far more gravity. He never uses the record as a vehicle for his huge technical ability; instead, he focuses on serving the music, whether that's on the sad "Llanos de Real" or using a choir on "Perla de Cadiz" (which is dedicated to the singer of that name). This remains a landmark recording, not only in de Lucía's career, but in the annals of flamenco. © Chris Nickson /TiVo
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Flamenco - Released January 1, 2012 | Universal Music Spain S.L.

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En Vivo Conciertos España is the first release of new material in seven years, and first live album in 18, by the flamenco guitar god par excellence. While de Lucía's output has slowed down considerably in the past two decades, the same cannot be said of his prodigious dexterity, in light of this two-CD set culled from his 2010 Spanish tour. De Lucía performs extended variations of eight of his compositions (almost every track surpasses the ten-minute mark) together with his new band of guitarist Antonio Sánchez, bassist Alain Pérez, singers David de Jacoba and Duquende, harmonica player Antonio Serrano, and dancer Farru, all eminently up to de Lucía's notoriously high standards. A DVD with the "making-of" documentary La Inmortalidad del Concierto completes the release. © Mariano Prunes /TiVo
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Flamenco - Released March 25, 2020 | Producciones Monfíes

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Flamenco - Released March 3, 1981 | Universal Music Spain S.L.

Any and all of his albums have a great blend of traditional elements and virtuoso playing. © Ron Wynn /TiVo
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Flamenco - Released June 8, 2017 | Ms & Piru

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Flamenco - Released July 10, 2017 | LB Flamenco

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Flamenco - Released November 13, 2020 | Blanco y Negro Pop

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Flamenco - Released October 3, 1995 | CBS

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Flamenco - Released February 19, 2013 | Legacy Recordings

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Flamenco - Released May 22, 2020 | El Cerrito Records

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Flamenco - Released November 13, 2020 | Sony Music Entertainment

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Flamenco - Released November 13, 2020 | Sony Music Entertainment

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Flamenco - Released September 26, 2020 | Sony Music Entertainment

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Flamenco - Released November 8, 2019 | ACE Music

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Flamenco - Released April 29, 2014 | Universal Music Spain S.L.

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Flamenco - Released January 1, 2013 | Universal Music Spain S.L.

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