專輯英文名: Paseo de los Castanos
Tomatito 托瑪提托于2001年發行的一張專輯.其中将土耳其歌曲bulerías,Tarantas,Soleares、Vacilona多種音樂元素融合在他的作品中. 非常适合在各種讀書或工作的環境下聆聽.
他出生在佛拉蒙戈樂派世家,父親Tomate,爺爺Tomate、叔叔tocaor,都是佛拉蒙戈樂派傳奇人物. 他從小師從于多個名家,個人的音樂素養不斷得意提高,這裏不得不提到一個人物:佛拉蒙戈樂器樂派大人物:Paco de Lucia.但随着時間的流逝,他開始發揮自己的風格,并取得了巨大成功.
CD編号 : 0143132
藝人/團體 : 托馬提托/吉他 Tomatito
專輯名稱 : 卡斯塔諾散步
Paseo De Los Castanos
音樂類型 : 爵士 [CD 專輯]
發行公司/日期 : 環球
内含片數 : 1
PASEO DE LOS CASTANOS is a 2002 album by the flamenco artist Tomatito. Tomatito was discovered and mentored at an early age by flamenco master Paco De Lucia. Leading the forefont of "nuevo flamenco" he began recording a mix of traditional flamenco and jazz stylings in the early 1990s. He has participated in sessions with artists as varied as Michel Camilo, Mecano and Duende. This 2002 album marks his transition to a new record label and continuation of his solo career. Personnel: Mari Angeles Fernández Torrez, Luis El Zambo, Fernando de la Morena, Rocio Fernández Torres (vocals); George Benson (electric guitar); Antonio Ramos (bajo sexto); Bernardo Parrilla, Santiago Aubert, Carlota Amargós, Gisselle López, Ana Calvo, Pere Bardagi, Adriana Galan (violin); Paul Cortese, Montserrat Vaivé (viola); Joaquin Alabau, Manolo Martinez DelFresno (cello); Guillermo Prats, Javier Colina (double bass); Israel "Piraña" Suarez, Tino Di Geraldo (percussion); Curro Vargas, El Bo, Juan Grande (palmas). Recording information: Eurosonic, Madrid, Spain (02/2001-03/2001). Photographer: Joan Tomás. Arranger: Joan Albert Amargós.
Audio CD (November 4, 2002)
Number of Discs: 1
Label: Universal I.S.
In-Print Editions: Audio CD
Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars See all reviews (4 customer reviews)
6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Universal flamenco January 7, 2007
By Enrique Torres VINE VOICE
The Spanish flamenco artist Tomatito shows his depth and artistry on this disc of traditional and nuevo-flamenco. Seemingly always pushing the envelope and perception of the parameters of flamenco, Tomatito does not dissapoint with his exciting guitar stylings that are both technically brilliant and innovative. Several of the songs reach into the jazz idiom as on the rumba "La Vacilona" that features George Benson on guitar trading licks with Tomatito to the background of hand claps. The disc is very mellow for the most part but interrupts into flights of fiery guitar work that dazzles. The world music flavors abound and can be heard on such songs as the Turkish "Bir Omurluk Misafir" that features orchestration that is sublime. Other beautiful tracks include the opening song "Pa La Pimpi" which is more what one thinks of as flamenco and features Tomatito's daughter Mari Angeles sharing vocals on the tangos, another track with vocals is the buleria "Ahi Te Quedas" recorded in a cellar after wine tasting that features two male singers and comes across as an informal gathering complete with hand claps and ole's and another buleria "Paseo de los Castanos" that again has a family feel since their are so many musicains interchanging with Tomatito. Tomatito is in fine form on this disc and belongs in any serious collection of flamenco. I only wish the disc were longer as it comes in at thirty-eight minutes. Recommended for aficionados of cutting edge flamenco.