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Released in 1997, it is the introduction of a musical concept and a way of understanding Spanish guitar. Each piece is a unique exploration, influenced by myriad musical styles. It won a Gold Record in Spain and sold over 100,000 copies in the US.
Released in 1999, it includes such emblematic pieces as “Búscame” and “Huracán Rumba”. It has a more Flamenco flavour with pop and fusion roots in a range of styles while the Spanish guitar maintains the role of lead singer, stringing all these trends together. The record was finalist in the Spanish Premios de la Música Awards.
Launched in 2000, it is a deeply romantic collection. Its mysterious, almost magical air embraces even versions of classical pieces such as the adagio from “El Concierto de Aranjuez” and “Danza Andaluza” by Granados.
Released in 2003 and produced by Javier Losada, this is a record that explores the solid character of the Spanish guitar and how it can wrap around an accompaniment and a bold and heady concept. Here again, every piece is its own universe. An exceptional sound.
Launched in 2004, it explores the sound fusion of the Spanish guitar with four traditional Chinese instruments: the Guzhen, Dizi, Erhu and the Pipe. The repertoire is mixed—half traditional Chinese and half Spanish. The record was awarded best New Music album in the Spanish Premios de la Música Awards in 2005.
A compilation released in 2006. It includes songs from all of the previous records plus three new pieces: “Desbandada”, “Las Miles de Cosas” and Siempre el Viento”.
Released in 2010 at the hand of producer Luca Germini and mastered in Milan, this is an album with a velvety yet bold touch. It is related to “Duende” in the conceptual freedom of each piece, and introduces two tracks sung by Noemí Humanes. If there was ever a doubt that Spanish guitar can be a rock vocalist, listen to “Ritos de Luna” on this disc. Part of the proceeds from “Guitarras y Lobos” are donated to the animal protection group Protectoras de Animales who take in abandoned dogs.