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Native Latin Music Guantanamera
4.0 out of 5 stars with 16 reviews
Native Latin Music Guantanamera.. Product Details Audio CD (April 13, 2004) Number of Discs: 1 Label: CD Baby ASIN: B000CAJUEUNative Latin Music Guantanamera. Track Listings 1. Encuentros 2. Vuelo de Cóndores 3. Taquirari de Verano 4. El Humahuaqueño 5. Naupallacta 6. Pampa Lirima 7. Purrurunas 8. Tempestad 9. Tierra Mestiza 10. Seré tu Sombra 11. Guantanamera 12. Mar de Emociones 13. Pajaro Campana - Tinku. Binding: Audio CD.
Soy de Sangre Kolla, Quechua y Aymara
4.3 out of 5 stars with 42 reviews
Fortaleza was formed in June 1979 by the brothers Ramiro -- Gonzalo and John de la Zerda -- in Cochabamba, Bolivia. Their name (Spanish for ''fortress'') was inspired by the ancient ruins and forts left behind by the Tiahuanaco and Inca civilization. The group is known throughout South America for its authenticity and style with regards to composition, performance and the creative technique of their playing. Subsequently the group has built an enormous following in the US. Based in Boston, the g
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4.4 out of 5 stars with 57 reviews
Grammy nominated guitarist de Grassi & Chilean multi-instrumentalist Quique Cruz collaborate on this colorful fusion of Andean instruments (kenas, zamponas, charangos & acoustic guitars), South American rhythms (saya, milonga & huayno) & contemporary world jazz music; features Michael Bluestein, Jon Evans, Dan Fotz & Jeff Beal Most record stores don't have a section labeled ''Andean Jazz,'' but if TataMonk, a wonderful North-meets-South collaboration between guitarist Alex De Grassi and Chilean-
4.5 out of 5 stars with 50 reviews
First album of improvisation by Alex de Grassi, the renowned Californian guitarist who has participated in the Windham Hill Project and the new age scene. 17 tracks. 2001.
4.7 out of 5 stars with 26 reviews
Celebrated guitarist whose technique and style have made him a hitCelebrated guitarist whose technique and style have made him a hit.
Southern Exposure (Solo Guitar)
4.7 out of 5 stars with 56 reviews
A superb fingerstyle guitarist with a mix of harmonic adventure and metaphysical trappings similar to that of steel-string legend John Fahey, California native de Grassi moves ably from dense chordal work to vibrantly ornamented lines. Ethnic touches abound: The urgent motion of ''36'' is undercut with sunny flamenco gestures, while Brazilian bossa inform the taut rhythms and key changes of ''Cumulus,'' foreshadowing de Grassi's later Bolivian influences. While it's hard to separate acoustic gui
Bolivian Blues Bar
4.9 out of 5 stars with 52 reviews
A work of quiet sophistication and subtle pleasures (including a jazz-tinged take on a cartoon character's theme music, off all things), guitarist Alex de Grassi's Bolivian Blues Bar is another collection of understated excellence from a fingerstyle specialist admired for his inquisitive musical nature. The album's title is a touch misleading; you'll find little ''Bolivian'' here other than a note explaining how de Grassi first tinkered with these vintage tunes with a friend from that country. M