Thomas Lorenzo | Yesterday

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by Thomas Lorenzo

Uplifting, groovy flamenco guitar and percussion. A unique, rhythmic journey into happy mediterranean grooves. A masterpiece to enjoy.
Genre: Easy Listening: Mood Music
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Yesterday  (Lennon–McCartney)
Thomas Lorenzo : Spanish Nylon String Guitar
Jose Motos Perez: Tinaja, Palmas

Uplifting groovy flamenco guitar and percussion. A unique rhythmic journey into happy mediterranean grooves. A masterpiece to enjoy.

“I just love to play this tune with the Flamenco Master: Jose Motos. Pure foot stomping and joy, from beginning to end”. This track belongs to: Celebrating Music from the Heart, Series 2016. Thomas Lorenzo plays Flamenco Guitar Ramirez, 1962.

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José Motos Pérez
José Motos Pérez was born in Madrid in 1970.  Son of the acclaimed flamenco guitarist, Pepe Motos ( Carmen Amaya)  and the" bailaora", Mila de Vargas, ( "Ballet Nacional de España"). He has extensively worked alongside artists as:  Sara Baras, Tomatito and  Chano Domínguez. Artists as Mayte Martín, Diego Carrasco and  El Kejío, collaborate on his solo albums.

Thomas Lorenzo
Thomas Lorenzo is a world renowned and award-winning guitarist, composer and music educator.  Thomas has released five solo instrumental albums in contemporary Jazz, Blues and Flamenco styles.
His latest release, Spanish Breeze, debuted at #36 on the Top 50 Jazz Week World Music Album Charts in 2010 and was #32 on the College Music Journal Jazz Chart. The album features Grammy nominee Alphonso Johnson (Weather Report, Grateful Dead) on Bass, Dave Garfield (George Benson) on Keys, and Walfredo Reyes (Santana) on Drums, and was produced by Grammy nominee Bruce Sugar ( Ringo Starr)



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