Castillo De Arena (Remastered) Camarón De La Isla

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Album-Release:
2018

HRA-Release:
30.11.2018

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  • 1Samara (Bulerías)03:24
  • 2Donde Se Divisa El Amor (Taranto)03:20
  • 3Y Mira Que Mira Y Mira (Tangos)03:17
  • 4De Tus Ojos Soy Cautivo (Soleá De Cádiz)03:11
  • 5Dos Estrellas Relucientes (Fandangos De Huelva)02:17
  • 6Como Castillo De Arena (Bulerías)03:54
  • 7Vivo Pa Quererte (Tientos De Cádiz)03:48
  • 8De Lo Que Yo Soy Pa Ti (Fandangos Naturales)02:44
  • 9Que He Dejado De Quererte (Granaína)01:58
  • 10Por Cositas Malas (Seguiriyas De Manuel Molina)02:51
  • Total Runtime30:44

Info for Castillo De Arena (Remastered)

Castillo de Arena is a 1977 album, the last in a series of nine albums featuring flamenco guitarist Paco de Lucía and singer Camarón de la Isla. Paco de Lucia's brother Ramón de Algeciras also contributes guitar to the proceedings.

While it consists of a summary of the innovations we have heard until today, this album forecasts new changes.

Once again we find bulerías without claps like in the 1971 album but now Paco de Lucía doubles up on falsettos and some answers. With Ramón de Algeciras in charge of the second guitar; three guitars sporadically surface.

In the bulerías 'Como castillo de arena' some endings surprise by falling out of the common twelveth's timing. The guitars seem to allow Camarón end with his cante, although they last to long at times. Its way of accentuating and holding back builds up a certain tension; we wait for the climax after twelfth's cicles only for it to knock in right after the wait.

The tientos also surprise the guitar accompaniment with a certain inclination toward tango rhythms and Camarón's resting voice. There is also a tension here between a guitar seeking speed and a voice looking to drag. In the end, tango comes out triumphant.

Camaron De La Isla, vocals
Paco De Lucia, guitar

Digitally remastered



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