The discography of Spanish flamenco guitarist Paco de Lucía: Flamenco Festival Gitano recorded 1966 - 1971. Volume 3 (L&R records L&R 4. 15) (in cuadro) released 1986. Volume 4 (L& R Records L&R 12L0101 recorded 1969, released 1981. Polydor EP 334 FEP) 1966. Canta El Chato de la Isla 1967 (Fontana 701 968 WPY). 1967 (Polydor 342 FEP). 1967 (Polydor 341 FEP). six Polydor EPs, 1967. El Sevillano con Paco de Lucía (1972 LP).
About Paco De Lucía & Fosforito. The role of the flamenco guitar evolved considerably through the playing of Paco de Lucia (born Francisco Sanchez Gomez). The son of flamenco guitarist Antonio Sanchez and the brother of a flamenco guitarist, Ramón de Algeciras, and flamenco singer, Pepe de Lucia, Paco de Lucia extended the former accompaniment-only tradition of flamenco guitar to include deeply personal melodic statements and modern instrumentation. His 1980 album, Interpreta a Manuel de Falla, paid homage to the classical composer and flamenco enthusiast, while his 1987 album, Siroco, marked a return to pure flamenco. I have never lost the roots in my music," de Lucia said during a late-'90s interview, "because I would lose myself.
Nunca Te He Mentido - Paco de Lucía. 4. Solo por Verte Bailar - Paco de Lucía. 5. A Pesar de Tu Maldad - Paco de Lucía. 6. De Mimbre Verde - Paco de Lucía. 7. A Cadiz Novia del Sur - Paco de Lucía. 8. Por Dios Que Yo No Te Miento - Paco de Lucía. 9. Con el Vapor de Mi Aliento - Paco de Lucía. 10. El Dia Empezo a Clarear - Paco de Lucía. 11. Clavel Mañanero - Paco de Lucía. 12. Como Reluce - Paco de Lucía. Antología del Flamenco: Fosforito y Antonio Mairena. Lo Mejor de Fosforito. Misa Flamenca (En Córdoba). Listen to Arte Flamenco : Fosforito (feat. Paco de Lucia) now. Paco de Lucia) in full in the this site app. Play on this site.
Paco de Lucía took on the task of modernising the flamenco guitar and from his earliest days he has dominated the instrument, although he was heavily influenced by Niño Ricardo during his younger years. By the time he was eight his life was totally engrossed in the world of the guitar; he practised for fourteen hours a day, part of a strict routine that was enforced by his father. In 1967, already on his way to becoming a legend, he recorded a solo LP called "La Fabulosa Guitarra de Paco de Lucía". At the beginning of the 1970s the music scene was changing all over the world and in Spain things were also changing, especially on the flamenco scene. But to Paco de Lucía this was still not enough to satisfy his almost supernatural understanding of his instrument and he continued also with his solo career. His fifth CD "Fuente y Caudal" (1973) included the instrumental rumba named "Entre dos aguas".
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