Juan Jose Carranza | Flamenco de la Costa

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Flamenco de la Costa

by Juan Jose Carranza

Juan Jose Carranza performs his flamenco compositions with an earthy vocal style and an innovative percussive right-hand guitar technique layered with new world rhythms.
Genre: World: Flamenco
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Eso Es
5:10 album only
2. Corazon Malherido
3:55 album only
3. Agua Y Sombra
3:57 album only
4. Tangos Del Moro
5:45 album only
5. Romance de la Luna Luna
4:28 album only
6. Mantra Gitano
6:05 album only
7. Al Galope
4:06 album only
8. La Esencia de Mi Alegria
3:59 album only
9. Danza de la Arena
4:41 album only
10. Gitana
3:08 album only
11. Del Atardecer
4:54 album only


Album Notes
Juan José Carranza was first introduced to flamenco as a teenager in New York
City when he met a gypsy musician who taught him a complex guitar technique
known as rasqueado. This chance meeting ignited Carranza's passion for flamenco
and eventually prompted him to seek the life of a traveling musician.

Returning to Costa Rica, his country of origin, Carranza lived on the beach while
performing in bars and restaurants. His travels took him throughout Central
America, Mexico and Europe including Germany, Holland and Spain.

Along the way, Carranza learned from encounters with other flamenco players and
gypsies and honed his skills as a musician. Over the years, Carranza has developed
a highly percussive right hand strumming technique which reflects the influence of
Latin American rhythms and his role as a soloist and improviser



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