• Homenaje a Diego el Gastor (Seguiriyas)

    14. Mai. 2008, 15:51 von Chicosinmiedo

    Ay cambiaron los tiempo
    y he cambiaito yo
    cambiaron, cambiaron los tiempo
    y he cambiaito yo
    y he cambiaito yo
    pero en mi alma...
    pero en mi alma siguen intacta
    las nota de Diego er Gastó
    cambiaron, cambiaron los tiempo
    y he cambiaito yo


    Atentos a cómo el Moi le pega a las Seguiriyas ni más ni menos que con un tres cubano.

    Cosa fina, oiga.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PriqlTZJYlc

    Son De La Frontera
  • Son de la Frontera in Los Angeles Times, San Fran Chronicle & more

    27. Feb. 2008, 21:14 von worldvillage

    Son de la Frontera are rounding out their US tour this week. We can't wait for the Echoplex show tomorrow night here in Los Angeles!


    Los Angeles Times:
    “Both of Son de la Frontera’s CDs open with the most basic human percussion: stamping feet and clapping hands. Then a guitar comes in, blending with a Cuban tres, and finally a voice that sounds like the Spanish equivalent of an old blues singer.

    San Francisco Chronicle:
    “The concert that has generated the most buzz for Bay Area flamencos happens Saturday at the Yerba Buena Center for the Arts, where one of Spain’s hottest and most innovative new flamenco ensembles, Son de la Frontera, makes its Bay Area debut with Juan del Gastor as guest artist...Jackson Browne, a longtime flamenco enthusiast, calls them “the best new group I’ve heard in any genre. A riveting tribute to the seminal flamenco master Diego del Gastor, the CD embraces the tradition of flamenco puro and succeeds in making it new.”

    Ciudad Magazine:
  • Son de la Frontera in Los Angeles Times, San Fran Chronicle & more

    27. Feb. 2008, 21:14 von worldvillage

    Son de la Frontera are rounding out their US tour this week. We can't wait for the Echoplex show tomorrow night here in Los Angeles!


    Los Angeles Times:
    “Both of Son de la Frontera’s CDs open with the most basic human percussion: stamping feet and clapping hands. Then a guitar comes in, blending with a Cuban tres, and finally a voice that sounds like the Spanish equivalent of an old blues singer.

    San Francisco Chronicle:
    “The concert that has generated the most buzz for Bay Area flamencos happens Saturday at the Yerba Buena Center for the Arts, where one of Spain’s hottest and most innovative new flamenco ensembles, Son de la Frontera, makes its Bay Area debut with Juan del Gastor as guest artist...Jackson Browne, a longtime flamenco enthusiast, calls them “the best new group I’ve heard in any genre. A riveting tribute to the seminal flamenco master Diego del Gastor, the CD embraces the tradition of flamenco puro and succeeds in making it new.”

    Ciudad Magazine:
  • Son de la Frontera in Los Angeles Times, San Fran Chronicle & more

    27. Feb. 2008, 21:14 von worldvillage

    Son de la Frontera are rounding out their US tour this week. We can't wait for the Echoplex show tomorrow night here in Los Angeles!


    Los Angeles Times:
    “Both of Son de la Frontera’s CDs open with the most basic human percussion: stamping feet and clapping hands. Then a guitar comes in, blending with a Cuban tres, and finally a voice that sounds like the Spanish equivalent of an old blues singer."

    San Francisco Chronicle:
    “The concert that has generated the most buzz for Bay Area flamencos happens Saturday at the Yerba Buena Center for the Arts, where one of Spain’s hottest and most innovative new flamenco ensembles, Son de la Frontera, makes its Bay Area debut with Juan del Gastor as guest artist...Jackson Browne, a longtime flamenco enthusiast, calls them “the best new group I’ve heard in any genre. A riveting tribute to the seminal flamenco master Diego del Gastor, the CD embraces the tradition of flamenco puro and succeeds in making it new.”

    Ciudad Magazine:
  • Son de la Frontera in Los Angeles Times, San Fran Chronicle & more

    27. Feb. 2008, 21:14 von worldvillage

    Son de la Frontera are rounding out their US tour this week. We can't wait for the Echoplex show tomorrow night here in Los Angeles!


    Los Angeles Times:
    “Both of Son de la Frontera’s CDs open with the most basic human percussion: stamping feet and clapping hands. Then a guitar comes in, blending with a Cuban tres, and finally a voice that sounds like the Spanish equivalent of an old blues singer.

    San Francisco Chronicle:
    “The concert that has generated the most buzz for Bay Area flamencos happens Saturday at the Yerba Buena Center for the Arts, where one of Spain’s hottest and most innovative new flamenco ensembles, Son de la Frontera, makes its Bay Area debut with Juan del Gastor as guest artist...Jackson Browne, a longtime flamenco enthusiast, calls them “the best new group I’ve heard in any genre. A riveting tribute to the seminal flamenco master Diego del Gastor, the CD embraces the tradition of flamenco puro and succeeds in making it new.”

    Ciudad Magazine:
  • Son De La Frontera tours NYC & CA!

    21. Feb. 2008, 19:08 von worldvillage

    Founded by Raul Rodriguez, the son of Spain's famous postmodern diva Martirio, Son de la Frontera are a fascinating flamenco ensemble that blends traditional Spanish flamenco with Cuban and Latin American elements. Rodriguez plays the Cuban tres instead of Spanish guitar, which he discovered after his mother was given one by Compay Segundo of the Buena Vista Social Club. The group is also committed to the memory and influence of legendary Gypsy guitarist Diego del Gastor, of Moron de la Frontera.

    Son De La Frontera make their West Coast debut and play in New York this February and March. The Los Angeles show features an introduction by members of Ozomatli and Jackson Browne. Show dates:

    2/23-2/24 NYU Skirball Center Flamenco Festival

    2/28 Echoplex, Los Angeles
    (Jackson Browne & Ozomatli introduce.)

    2/29 Sunset Center, Carmel CA

    3/1 Yerbabuena Center, San Francisco

    Artist website
    Son De La Frontera
    Cal
  • Son De La Frontera tours NYC & CA!

    21. Feb. 2008, 19:08 von worldvillage

    Founded by Raul Rodriguez, the son of Spain's famous postmodern diva Martirio, Son de la Frontera are a fascinating flamenco ensemble that blends traditional Spanish flamenco with Cuban and Latin American elements. Rodriguez plays the Cuban tres instead of Spanish guitar, which he discovered after his mother was given one by Compay Segundo of the Buena Vista Social Club. The group is also committed to the memory and influence of legendary Gypsy guitarist Diego del Gastor, of Moron de la Frontera.

    Son De La Frontera make their West Coast debut and play in New York this February and March. The Los Angeles show features an introduction by members of Ozomatli and Jackson Browne. Show dates:

    2/23-2/24 NYU Skirball Center Flamenco Festival

    2/28 Echoplex, Los Angeles
    (Jackson Browne & Ozomatli introduce.)

    2/29 Sunset Center, Carmel CA

    3/1 Yerbabuena Center, San Francisco

    Artist website
    Son De La Frontera
    Cal
  • Son De La Frontera tours NYC & CA!

    21. Feb. 2008, 19:08 von worldvillage

    Founded by Raul Rodriguez, the son of Spain's famous postmodern diva Martirio, Son de la Frontera are a fascinating flamenco ensemble that blends traditional Spanish flamenco with Cuban and Latin American elements. Rodriguez plays the Cuban tres instead of Spanish guitar, which he discovered after his mother was given one by Compay Segundo of the Buena Vista Social Club. The group is also committed to the memory and influence of legendary Gypsy guitarist Diego del Gastor, of Moron de la Frontera.

    Son De La Frontera make their West Coast debut and play in New York this February and March. The Los Angeles show features an introduction by members of Ozomatli and Jackson Browne. Show dates:

    2/23-2/24 NYU Skirball Center Flamenco Festival

    2/28 Echoplex, Los Angeles
    (Jackson Browne & Ozomatli introduce.)

    2/29 Sunset Center, Carmel CA

    3/1 Yerbabuena Center, San Francisco

    Artist website
    Son De La Frontera
    Cal
  • Son De La Frontera tours NYC & CA!

    21. Feb. 2008, 19:08 von worldvillage

    Founded by Raul Rodriguez, the son of Spain's famous postmodern diva Martirio, Son de la Frontera are a fascinating flamenco ensemble that blends traditional Spanish flamenco with Cuban and Latin American elements. Rodriguez plays the Cuban tres instead of Spanish guitar, which he discovered after his mother was given one by Compay Segundo of the Buena Vista Social Club. The group is also committed to the memory and influence of legendary Gypsy guitarist Diego del Gastor, of Moron de la Frontera.

    Son De La Frontera make their West Coast debut and play in New York this February and March. The Los Angeles show features an introduction by members of Ozomatli and Jackson Browne. Show dates:

    2/23-2/24 NYU Skirball Center Flamenco Festival

    2/28 Echoplex, Los Angeles
    (Jackson Browne & Ozomatli introduce.)

    2/29 Sunset Center, Carmel CA

    3/1 Yerbabuena Center, San Francisco

    Artist website
    Son De La Frontera
    Cal
  • Son De La Frontera tours NYC & CA!

    21. Feb. 2008, 19:02 von worldvillage

    Founded by Raul Rodriguez, the son of Spain's famous postmodern diva Martirio, Son de la Frontera are a fascinating flamenco ensemble that blends traditional Spanish flamenco with Cuban and Latin American elements. Rodriguez plays the Cuban tres instead of Spanish guitar, which he discovered after his mother was given one by Compay Segundo of the Buena Vista Social Club. The group is also committed to the memory and influence of legendary Gypsy guitarist Diego del Gastor, of Moron de la Frontera.

    Son De La Frontera make their West Coast debut and play in New York this February and March. The Los Angeles show features an introduction by members of Ozomatli and Jackson Browne. Show dates:

    2/23-2/24 NYU Skirball Center Flamenco Festival

    2/28 Echoplex, Los Angeles
    (Jackson Browne & Ozomatli introduce.)

    2/29 Sunset Center, Carmel CA

    3/1 Yerbabuena Center, San Francisco

    Artist website
    Son De La Frontera
    Cal