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LUCIA: Paco de Lucia and Group

Paco de Lucia & Group

Recorded at the Germeringer Jazztage

Guitar: Paco de Lucia Guitar: Ramon de Algeciras Vocals: Pepe de Lucia Guitar: Juan Manuel Canizares Bass: Carles Benavent Flute: Saxophone Jorge Pardo Percussion: Rubem Dantas Dancer: Joaquin Grilo

DV-JPDLG

Picture Format: 16:9 Anamorph Sound Format: LPCM stereo, Dolby Digital 5.1, DTS 5.1 Running Time: 81 Mins Region Code: PAL 2 + 5 Booklet Languages: GB, F, D Recording Date: 1996

A rare appearance at the 1996 Germeringer Jazztage by legendary flamenco guitarist Paco de Lucia and his sextet.

Some may question the inclusion of flamenco guitar within a jazz festival. However the similarities between flamenco and blues have been well documented: both are the outlet for a poor, disenfranchised minority, with a primitive strength, boundless capabilities for improvisation and a requirement for breathtaking virtuosity - all qualities shown by Paco de Lucia in this performance.

However he has additionally long been experimenting with jazz forms (evident even from his inclusion of bass, drums, and saxophone in his sextet), while still retaining the essence of the flamenco tradition. As he himself says, "What I have tried to do is have a hand holding onto tradition and the other scratching, digging in other places trying to find new things I can bring into flamenco".

1 Mi Nino Curro [8.57]
2 El Panuelo [9.05]
3 Alcazar de Sevilla [9.59]
4 Playa del Carmen [13.46]
5 Zyryab [22.44]
6 Buana, Buana, King Kong [14.07]








Composer(s):
Lucia, Paco de

Ensemble(s):
Paco de Lucia Group

Artist(s):
Lucia, Paco de

Label: TDKDVD

Genre: Jazz

Period: Contemporary

Catalogue No: DV-JPDLG

Barcode: 5450270008674

Distribution Note(s):

Not available in North and South America.


Listening samples not available for this release.


Physical Release: 05/2004

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