Tres Compadres | Que Pasa

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Que Pasa

by Tres Compadres

A modern flamenco ensemble that quotes jazz and Latin influences while still keeping true to traditional flamenco roots. Ole!
Genre: World: Flamenco
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Denise (Solea Por Buleria)
4:34 album only
2. Que Pasa
4:23 album only
3. Fandango
5:04 album only
4. Tarantas
4:04 album only
5. Longer Boats
3:33 album only
6. Buleria #1
4:10 album only
7. Armandos Rumba
4:26 album only
8. Dorian Tangos
3:50 album only
9. Solea of the Sea
5:00 album only
10. Itskabop
5:34 album only


Album Notes
Tres Compadres is a modern flamenco ensemble that explores the boundaries of flamenco and fusion while embracing the elements of tradition that make this genre of music such an incredible art form. Inspired by such notable artists as Paco de Lucia, Gerardo Nunez, Tomatito, and Vicente Amigo, Tres Compadres continues the legacy of seeking new ways of applying musical growth to an old tradition.

The concept behind the songs recorded on Que Pasa was to reflect the ensemble as a unit. This is not your typical “musicians back up guitarist” flamenco cd. Fast paced unison lines, thoughtful melodies, and complex rhythms interjected with virtuoso solos are featured throughout by all members of the ensemble. The band tackles such flamenco song forms (palos) as buleria, rumba, solea por buleria, tangos, tarantas, and solea. Tres Compadres shows its’ jazzy side on Fandangos, does a Latin inspired version of Chick Corea’s Armandos Rumba, and puts a world music edge to the Cat Steven’s classic Longer Boats.

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Live in Philly?, looking for something different?, then check these guys out. Excellent group adding much needed variety to the table.

Chuck K.

Long term flamenco fan, top notch cd, these guys are among the best!