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John McLaughlin, Al Di Meola, Paco De Lucia - Passion, Grace & Fire (1983) Japanese Reissue 1997 [Re-Up]

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John McLaughlin, Al Di Meola, Paco De Lucia - Passion, Grace & Fire (1983) Japanese Reissue 1997 [Re-Up]

John McLaughlin, Al Di Meola, Paco De Lucia - Passion, Grace & Fire (1983) Japanese Reissue 1997
EAC | FLAC | Tracks (Cue&Log) ~ 197 Mb | Mp3 (CBR320) ~ 101 Mb | Scans included
Flamenco, Jazz Fusion, Guitar Virtuoso | Label: Sony Records | # SRCS 9174 | Time: 00:31:55

Two years after they recorded Friday Night in San Francisco, John McLaughlin, Al di Meola and Paco de Lucía reunited for another set of acoustic guitar trios, Passion, Grace and Fire, If this can be considered a guitar "battle" (some of the playing is ferocious and these speed demons do not let up too often), then the result is a three-way tie. This guitar summit lives up to its title.

Paco De Lucia - Lo Mejor Del Paco De Lucia Sextet (2000) {Altaya}

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Paco De Lucia - Lo Mejor Del Paco De Lucia Sextet (2000) {Altaya}

Paco De Lucia - Lo Mejor Del Paco De Lucia Sextet (2000) {Altaya}
EAC 1.0b3 | FLAC tracks level 8 | Cue+Log+M3U | Full Scans 600dpi | 366MB + 5% Recovery
MP3 CBR 320 Kbps | 167MB + 5% Recovery
Genre: Jazz, Flamenco

The Paco de Lucía Sextet is a flamenco music sextet, formed by renowned guitarist Paco de Lucía and other musicians. The band has released three albums. In 1990 Paco de Lucia released Zyryab, an album made with his sextet and also featuring jazz pianist Chick Corea.

Paco De Lucia - Flamenco Virtuoso [Recorded 1965-1998] (2008)

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Paco De Lucia - Flamenco Virtuoso [Recorded 1965-1998] (2008)

Paco De Lucia - Flamenco Virtuoso [Recorded 1965-1998] (2008)
EAC Rip | FLAC (image+.cue+log) - 387 MB | MP3 CBR 320 kbps (LAME 3.93) - 158 MB | Covers included
Genre: Flamenco, Latin Jazz | RAR 3% Rec. | Label: Universal Music (06007 5312687)

Originally a flamenco player, Paco de Lucia helped to expand that music, folding in its complex harmonics and fluid sense of phrase and understatement. He expanded jazz by weaving in flamenco's more complex rhythms, organic melodies, and timbral slips. This 17-cut collection details de Lucia's development from the beginning of his second decade as a leader in 1965 to his more experimental and expansive period through the late '90s when he had come full circle and returned to flamenco properly. De Lucia's music was always rooted in flamenco even at its most adventurous; that thread was always audible, and this set proves that in a fascinating way. The music here can be jarring in its brilliance at times, but it is always clearly delineated and its purpose is direct, full of nuance, beauty, and fiery precision, as well as plenty of soul.