Padre e Hijo | Live at Don Quijote

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Live at Don Quijote

by Padre e Hijo

Live, spontaneous, flamenco guitar duets--a passionate fusion of Gypsy and Latin styles.
Genre: World: Flamenco
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1. Paparumba
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2. San Miguel
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3. Molly's Melody
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4. Las Palmas
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5. Don Quijote
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6. Monterey
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7. Elizabeth
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8. Cozumel
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9. Tarantas
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10. Adina
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11. Ronda
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12. Passage to Rabat
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13. Carmona
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14. Guajiras
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15. Klezmer Song
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16. Karena
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Padre e Hijo is Bob and Joey Weisenberg, father and son. This double live album was recorded at Don Quijote restaurant in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, where Bob played for six years.

"Live at Don Quijote" celebrates not only the music but the restaurant itself, with evocative photos of the original Don Quijote and the Salas family. It is dedicated "to Elena Salas and her wonderful family--for creating the magical place where this music came to life."

See also Bob's solo album, "American Gypsy", which stems from his time living in Spain immersed in the music of Diego del Gastor and other gypsy guitarists. Joey is a freelance guitarist and mandolin player in New York City.

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