Category: Classic Rock

Manitas DOro (For Paco De Lucia)



  1. Manitas D'Oro (For Paco De Lucia) ℗ Warner Records Inc. Marketed by Rhino Entertainment Company, a Warner Music Group Company. © Warner Records Inc.
  2. One also rarely sees flamenco guitarists wearing black suits and bow ties. I have seen Paco Pena wearing a jumper similar to Richard Branson's. Paco de Lucia usually wears a 2-piece without a jacket. Manitas is 88 years old, born 7 August in Sete, France.
  3. Manitas de Plata is billed by the liner notes as the "World's Greatest Flamenco Guitarist" (apparently ignoring players such as Tomatito and Paco de Lucía). While there's some solid playing from the star here, it's certainly not up to the title granted him. The guitar is heavily overshadowed by his shouts and accompanying jaleos and palmas.
  4. Manitas D'Oro (For Paco De Lucia), a song by John McLaughlin on Spotify We and our partners use cookies to personalize your experience, to show you ads based on your interests, and for measurement and analytics inunicmilxikinghometebeasiral.coinfo Duration: 4 min.
  5. Musicians: John McLaughlin -g Al Di Meola -g Paco De Lucia -g. Setlist: 01 One Melody (10'50'') 02 Casino / Electric Rendevous Violin Sonata / Moonglow (9'15'') 03 Monastero Del Sol (5'00'') 04 Montino (5'40'') 05 Short Tales Of The Black Forest (14'40'') 06 Manitas D'oro (5'45'') 07 Frevo (7'05'') 08 Mediterrean Sundance (4'13'') 09 Rio Ancho (4'02'') 10 Tres Hermanos (9'15'') 11 .
  6. Manitas D'Oro (For Paco De Lucia) Companies, etc. Printed By – Glory (2) Made By – WEA Filipacchi Music; Distributed By – Guitar – Paco De Lucia* Guitar, Producer, Composed By.
  7. Le sort a fait disparaître Manitas de Plata la même année que Paco de Lucia, le seul guitariste de flamenco à avoir dépassé sa notoriété, celui aussi qui l’a démodé et fait oublier.
  8. Recorded in , this is a diverse and somewhat obscure John McLaughlin outing recorded in France, mostly with French musicians. Classical pianist Katia Labèque makes appearances on acoustic piano and synthesizer; there is a thoughtful version of "Very Early" recorded in tribute to Bill Evans, and a collaboration with flamenco guitarist Paco de Lucía, "Manitas d'Oro.".
  9. The compositions are wonderful, especially the ballads are of the highest standard; Stardust on your Sleeve and Zamfir are highlights. Manitas D'óro is a fantastic duet with De Lucia. If you're looking for a subtle acoustic Jazz-rock album; this is it!/5(26).