Paco De Lucia
Live In America
"Live In America" is another superb live album with De Lucia's sextet, including his two brothers, Ramon De Algeciras and Pepe De Lucia. The performances were captured during De Lucia's 1993 concert tour of the United States, in venues such as the Berkelee College of Music in Boston, the Avery Fisher Hall at Lincoln Center in New York and the Paramount Theatre in Oakland. "Live In America" begins with "Mi Nino Curro" a De Lucia solo piece, and gradually introduces other musicians from the sextet as the CD progresses, including flute, bass, vocals and percussion on "Alcazar De Sevilla" and saxophone on "Peroche". Particularly nice are the guitars-only pieces in the center of the production, entitled "Tio Sabas" and "Soniquete", respectively.
|08:31||Mi Nino Curro||Instrumental|
|08:54||Alcazar De Sevilla||Vocal|
|05:14||Buana Buana King Kong||Vocal|
|Paco De Lucia||Guitar|
|Ramon De Algeciras||Guitar|
|Pepe De Lucia||Vocals|
|Carlos Benavent||Bass, Mandolin|
|Jorge Pardo||Sax, Flute|
|Manolo Soler||Percussion, Dance|
|Gary Stewart||Engineering Assistance|
|Jesus Bola||Mixing, Editing|
|Rooster McAllister||Record Plant Remote Technician|
|Paul Prestopino||Record Plant Remote Technician|
|Skip Kent||Record Plant Remote Technician|
|John M. Crymes Jr.||Technical Direction|
|Allen Baca||Tape Operation|
|R. Scott Peets||Stage Technician|
|Jean Luc Buro||Photography|
|Recorded by the Record Plant Remote and Design FX at Berkelee College Of Music (Boston), Avery Fisher Hall At Lincoln Center For The Performing Arts (New York City), Paramount Theatre (Oakland).
Mixed at Eurosonic (Madrid), Sincronia (Madrid) and Filmocentro (Santiago De Chile).
Addtional mixing and editing at Estudios Bola (Sevilla).
Graphic design by Endenante y Cia.