Flamenco Tomatito

Tomatito - Soy Flamenco (2013)  Music

Posted by tiburon at Oct. 6, 2013
Tomatito - Soy Flamenco (2013)

Tomatito - Soy Flamenco (2013)
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Genre: Flamenco, Ethnic Fusion

With Soy Flamenco Tomatito felt free to browse an impressive variety of styles and forms that meet alternately or simultaneously, the spirit and the letter of flamenco. He is the composer from seven of ten tracks on this album which is flamenco today at its highest level.

Michel Camilo & Tomatito - Spain Forever (2016) {Universal}  Music

Posted by tiburon at Nov. 3, 2016
Michel Camilo & Tomatito - Spain Forever (2016) {Universal}

Michel Camilo & Tomatito - Spain Forever (2016) {Universal}
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Genre: Jazz, Latin Jazz, Flamenco, Fusion

Anyone who has every witnessed the torrential solo performances of Dominican Republic piano maestro Michel Camilo might assume there wouldn’t be much room on stage for an equal partner, but his partnership with flamenco guitarist Tomatito has been compatibly maturing for almost 20 years. On their third album, they wind discreetly around each other on romantic themes such as the octave-pinging Agua y Vinho, and dance gracefully together on willowy Spanish love songs.
Camarón, Paco De Lucía y Tomatito ‎– Calle Real {Original SP} Vinyl Rip 24/44

Camarón, Paco De Lucía y Tomatito – Calle Real (1983)
Vinyl rip in 24 bit/44 kHz | FLAC tracks, Tech log | Artwork | 370 Mb | UL
Philips ‎– 814 466-1 (Original Spanish, 1983) | Flamenco

Calle Real is a 1983 album by Andalusian flamenco singer Camarón, with the collaboration of Paco de Lucía and Tomatito.

Pansequito con Tomatito – Suenan las campanas (1991)  

Posted by Melaron at Nov. 14, 2013
Pansequito con Tomatito – Suenan las campanas (1991)

Pansequito con Tomatito – Suenan las campanas (1991)
1 CD | time: 32 m 07 s | HQ scans 300 dpi | tags | MP3 320 CBR > 78,50 MB
Flamenco, Folk, World / Label: FODS SE90 CD2047 / Uploaded, CloudZer

The flamenco singer José Cortés Jiménez, aka 'Pansequito', is currently recognized as one of the most personal flamenco performers and has several prestigious awards in the world of flamenco. His style is creative and innovative. With over 50 years of experience knows and masters at the same time all flamenco forms, especially 'alegrías', 'bulería' and 'soleá'. Pansequito sounds different and provided a breath of fresh air to flamenco. In this CD accompanies with guitar the great guitarist Tomatito
Various Artists - Flamenco: Patrimonio de la Humanidad (2011) [4CD BoxSet] {EMI Music Spain}

Various Artists - Flamenco: Patrimonio de la Humanidad (2011) [4CD BoxSet] {EMI Music Spain}
EAC rip (secure mode) | FLAC (tracks)+CUE+LOG -> 1.73 Gb | MP3 @320 -> 675 Mb
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© 2011 EMI Music Spain | 0 87048 2 5
Latin / World Music / Flamenco / Guitar

The CD-book ‘Flamenco: Patrimonio de la Humanidad’ journeys through the history of jondo music. In November 2010, UNESCO decided to include flamenco on the Representative List of the Intangible Cultural World Heritage, which is the greatest international distinction for any cultural expression. There have been somewhat more than 200 years of history, according to the documented information which is currently held, in which flamenco has continually grown thanks to the creativity of mighty, brilliant, courageous artists who have gone beyond the limits of diverse kinds (territorial, social, political) in order to offer a type of music too beautiful to be ignored.

Tomatito - Paseo de los Castaños (2001)  Music

Posted by blue note at Sept. 18, 2010
Tomatito - Paseo de los Castaños (2001)

Tomatito - Paseo de los Castaños (2001)
XLD Rip | FLAC (tracks) | CUE, LOG | artwork (web) | 9 Tracks
243 MB | Label: Universal Spain | cat-nr. 440 01431326 | 2001
genre: Nuevo Flamenco

Tomatito is always pushing the envelope and perception of the parameters of flamenco. 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 with top-notch flamenco style cuts (both with and without vocals).

Michel Camilo & Tomatito - Spain (2000)  Music

Posted by blue note at Sept. 18, 2010
Michel Camilo & Tomatito - Spain (2000)

Michel Camilo & Tomatito - Spain (2000)
XLD Rip | FLAC (tracks) | CUE, LOG | artwork (web) | 8 Tracks
216 MB | Label: Universal Music Spain | cat-nr. 0731456154527 | 2000
genre: Flamenco Latin Jazz

A powerful and organic fusion of Latin jazz and flamenco. a hugely dynamic record with moments of great delicacy, but when they unleash a unison barrage the intensity is nothing short of overwhelming. "Spain" won the 2000 Latin Grammy Award for Best Latin Jazz Album.

Michel Camilo & Tomatito: Spain again (2006)  Music

Posted by v4v at July 16, 2010
Michel Camilo & Tomatito: Spain again (2006)

Michel Camilo & Tomatito: Spain again (2006)
jazz, flamenco | FLAC, tracks, no cue, no log | 250 MB, RS

"Spain Again" reunites Spanish flamenco guitarist Tomatito with American jazz pianist Michel Camilo. Camilo is a classically trained prodigy whose influences range from Art Tatum to Keith Jarrett, while Tomatito reigns as one of his country's brightest stars, citing Paco De Lucía as one of his key inspirations. The success of this collaboration does not lie in the differences between their musical heritages, but rather in the common ground these two masters forge within the parameters of this recording. Although virtuosity is certainly not something both musicians are lacking, one never senses that the two are competing with one another. Instead the listener hears a deep and profound camaraderie between the two which amicably encompasses the music on this disc. The delicate interplay and intuitive sensitivity the artists share recalls the seminal sixties collaborations between Jim Hall and Bill Evans. Throughout their adventurous melodic excursions and thrilling improvisations, Tomatito and Camilo never lose focus of the inherent beauty of each composition.

Tomatito - Aguadulce (2004)  Music

Posted by Eld at Oct. 3, 2006
Tomatito - Aguadulce (2004)

Tomatito - Aguadulce (2004)
Flamenco
MP3 | 320 kbps | 8 tracks | 84.53 MB

"Tomatito is my favorite flamenco guitarist living today. This album is a wonderful effort from Tomatito and every bit as entertaining as his other solo efforts. The album does have some mainstream, flamenco-inspired tunes, but never strays from the genre. The recording and mastering is excellent and well produced. Whether you are a fan of traditional flamenco guitar or just a novice listener of duende, this album is a great addition to anyone's collection. I recommend any and all of Tomatito's recordings and Aqua Dulce is a brilliant example of the guitar masterery of Tomatito."
- ThrottleJockey, Amazon.com

Tomatito - Barrio Negro (1991)  Music

Posted by Eld at Oct. 2, 2006
Tomatito - Barrio Negro (1991)

Tomatito - Barrio Negro (1991)
Flamenco
MP3 | 320 kbps | 7 tracks | 31:17 | 75.04 MB

"Tomatito is one of the leaders of a movement that has been called flamenco nuevo or "new flamenco", which combines Spanish flamenco guitar with other Latin forms. For this virtuoso Spanish guitarist/composer, elements of everything from Cuban to Brazilian music are fair game. Flamenco nuevo has been incredibly popular in Spain the '90s, and one of its biggest sellers was Barrio Negro (which was released in Spain in 1991 and in the U.S. in 1993). This very fresh-sounding and largely instrumental CD shows that while Tomatito (who has major chops as well as plenty of soul) owes a great artistic debt to traditional flamenco, he isn't a traditionalist or a purist himself. Not at all. It is Tomatito's willingness to stretch and broaden flamenco that makes Barrio Negro the exciting album it is." – Alex Henderson, All Music Guide