Flamenco Jazz

Paco de Lucia, Pedro Iturralde Quintet - Flamenco-Jazz (1967/2015) [Official Digital Download 24/88]

Paco de Lucía, Pedro Iturralde Quintet - Flamenco-Jazz (1967/2015)
FLAC (tracks) 24-bit/88,2 kHz | Time - 43:04 minutes | 811 MB
Studio Master, Official Digital Download | Artwork: Front cover

Spanish saxophonist Pedro Iturralde, under the influence of Miles Davis's classic jazz flamenco fusion album Sketches of Spain, incorporated flamenco melodies in his repertoire as he toured Europe in the 1960s. Iturralde brought along a 19 year old flamenco musician named Paco de Lucía, who would become an international star as one of the greatest flamenco musicians of our time and would remain active in jazz until his death in 2014.
Pedro Iturralde Quintet feat. Paco De Lucia - Flamenco-Jazz (1967) {MPS}

Pedro Iturralde Quintet feat. Paco De Lucia - Flamenco-Jazz (1967) {MPS}
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Genre: Flamenco, Jazz

Jazz and flamenco first crossed paths not in Spain, but in the USA when Miles Davis and arranger/composer Gil Evans recorded “Sketches of Spain” in November 1959 and March 1960. It became one of the most successful jazz albums of all time. And the jazz musicians in Spain? They attempted to emulate – as did their colleagues world-wide – the American model. Jazz stood for open-mindedness; national folklore was thought of as too parochial. Spanish saxophonist Pedro Iturralde was the only musician who, under the influence of “Sketches of Spain”, added a couple of flamenco melodies to his repertoire as he toured Europe accompanied by two Germans and a Swiss. That’s why Joachim-Ernst Berendt sought him out to play at the 1967 Berlin Jazz Festival. With the festival’s motto “Jazz Meets the World”, Berendt was looking for a jazz-flamenco combination to fit the bill.
Pedro Iturralde Quintet & Paco De Lucía - Flamenco-Jazz (1968) [Remastered 2014]

Pedro Iturralde Quintet & Paco De Lucía - Flamenco-Jazz (1968) [Remastered 2014]
MP3 CBR 320 kbps | 4 Tracks | 43:34 | 105 MB
Genre: Flamenco Jazz | Label: MPS Records / Edel

Jazz and flamenco first crossed paths not in Spain, but in the USA when Miles Davis and arranger/composer Gil Evans recorded “Sketches of Spain” in November 1959 and March 1960. It became one of the most successful jazz albums of all time. And the jazz musicians in Spain? They attempted to emulate – as did their colleagues world-wide – the American model. Jazz stood for open-mindedness; national folklore was thought of as too parochial. Spanish saxophonist Pedro Iturralde was the only musician who, under the influence of “Sketches of Spain”, added a couple of flamenco melodies to his repertoire as he toured Europe accompanied by two Germans and a Swiss. That’s why Joachim-Ernst Berendt sought him out to play at the 1967 Berlin Jazz Festival. With the festival’s motto “Jazz Meets the World”, Berendt was looking…

Flamenco Jazz Company - Nikela (2011)  Music

Posted by mark70 at Dec. 21, 2011
Flamenco Jazz Company - Nikela (2011)

Flamenco Jazz Company - Nikela (2011)
MP3 320 kbps CBR | 43:42 min | 106 MB
Genre: Jazz, Flamenco | Label: Karonte - Nuba Records

Flamenco Jazz Company debuts with the album 'Nikela'. This formation was born from Pedro Ojesto's piano Quintet, integrating two promising young flamenco singers, Israel Feráandez and Miguel de la Tolea. They are joined by the guitar of David Cerreduela - Cañorroto's musician - who is well known for his playing accompanying Canales, Morente and Sara Baras, bass Josemi Garzón, and Cuban drums and percussions by Fernando Favier. Together they perform their own compositions, based on the encounter of traditional flamenco and modern jazz.
Pedro Iturralde Quintet with Paco de Lucia: Flamenco Jazz (1968)

Pedro Iturralde Quintet with Paco de Lucia: Flamenco Jazz (1968)
Flamenco Jazz | mp3 | 192 Kbps | 59 Mb | 4 Tracks

Most famous Spanish Flamenco-Jazz saxophonist Pedro Iturralde plays with Paco de Lucia

(Recorded in 1967-Berlin. Released in 1968)
Camerata Flamenco Project - Entre Corrientes (2011) {Trimeca TR 000002-F}

Camerata Flamenco Project - Entre Corrientes (2011) {Trimeca TR 000002-F}
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© 2011 Trimeca | TR 000002-F
Jazz / Post Bop / Flamenco / Chamber / Classical

Flamenco is no longer limited to cante, guitar and baile. Instrumental offers are making their way. And with them, encounters between genres and diverse musical trends. Camerata Flamenco Project joins this fourth way with ‘Entre corrientes’, an album on which three instruments meet — piano, cello and flute; as well as three genres — flamenco, classical and jazz. Pablo Suárez, José Luis López and Ramiro Obedman are the soul of this group which, although it has started off as a trio, has the flexibility to “end up becoming a symphony orchestra”. But for the time being, on stages the project is growing with double bass, percussion, Antonio Campos’ cante and Concha Jareño’s baile.
Various Artists - Pa Saber de Flamenco, Volume 2 (2004) {Universal Music Spain 0 802498 669327}

Various Artists - Pa Saber de Flamenco, Volume 2 (2004) {Universal Music Spain 0 802498 669327}
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© 2004 Universal Music Spain | 0 802498 669327
Flamenco / World Music / Vocal / Guitar / Latin / Western European Traditions

Flamenco jazz to flamenco to dry. 'Flamingo know Pa 2' is a collection of popular songs performed by pretty much outstanding names in flamenco, which is ideal for those who want to have at home a little bit of everything. Things Shrimp, Duquende, Paco de Lucía, El Lebrijano, Manolo Sanlúcar, Carmen Linares, Marina Heredia, Fosforito Snail Mairena.
Various Artists - Duende: The Passion & Dazzling Virtuosity of Flamenco (1994) {3CD Set Ellipsis Arts CD3354}

Various Artists - Duende: The Passion & Dazzling Virtuosity of Flamenco (1994) {3CD Set Ellipsis Arts CD3354}
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© 1994 Ellipsis Arts | ELLI CD3354
World / Flamenco / Jazz / Latin / Western European Traditions / World Fusion

This three-disc set comes nicely packaged with a 48-page booklet. It provides an interesting introduction to the art, although it is heavily weighted toward the ultra-modern style. Indeed, some of the material isn't considered flamenco at all by its performers. The first CD focuses on individual singers, and includes a great soleá by La Niña de los Pelnes, a blazing bulerías by Terremoto, and tangos by Jose Menese and El Indio Gitano. But beyond that nod to tradition, the emphasis is on New Flamenco. There's a soleá by Camarón and a fandango by Duquende, who follows Camarón's approach. The remaining eight cuts – by Lole y Manuel, Susi, Diego Carrasco, and others – are hot off the press, figuratively or literally.
D'3 Jorge Pardo / Francis Posé / José Vázquez - Directo (2001) {Satchmo Jazz}

D'3 Jorge Pardo / Francis Posé / José Vázquez - Directo (2001) {Satchmo Jazz}
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Genre: Jazz, Flamenco-Jazz

The fusion between flamenco and jazz is the style chosen by the group D'3 to express themselves through music. His proposal is powerful and has a rich sound. Three high-level instrumentalists who are able to bring music to a new and exciting dimension. In the sax Jorge Pardo, Francis Pose bassist and drummer Jose Vazquez "Roper" come together in an explosion of jazz and flamenco forms a sound getting beaten, surround and unique.

Marc Miralta - Flamenco Reunion (2013)  Music

Posted by tiburon at Aug. 16, 2013
Marc Miralta - Flamenco Reunion (2013)

Marc Miralta - Flamenco Reunion (2013)
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Genre: Jazz, Flamenco, Fusion

The new album of Catalan drummer Marc Miralta, entitled 'Flamenco Reunion' (Contrabaix / Karonte) is simply very good, one of those albums worth hearing several times because all the music contained therein excellence rubs and it is always outstanding. Yes, jazz, flamenco and flamenco jazz, enjoys an enviable health. Fifteen years ago Miralta edited 'New York Flamenco Reunion', a great drummer disk where acknowledged his debt to flamenco music that (re) discovered while in the United States. Are those paradoxes of life: Miralta had to go outside to see the value of flamenco for your own music.