Results for "Tomatito"
Jose Fernandez Torres “Tomatito” was born in Almeria in 1958, in the Pescaderia neighborhood. His family is associated with Almeria since many generations back and has an inherent musical tradition. His Grandfather Miguel Fernandez Cortes “El Tomate” was a well-known figure at private parties at the turn of the century and among the young aficionados of Almeria’s traditional musical evenings, at which he played duets with his brother Antonio. His father, Jose Fernandez Castro, also “El Tomate”, was a guitar enthusiast at home and played the clarinet in the city’s Municipal Band
by Kyle Simpler
If any instrument captures the spirit of Spain, it is the guitar. Performers such as Tomatito and Paco De Lucia have helped bring flamenco guitar to a global audience, and both have recorded albums at the Casa Limón Studios in Madrid. This studio has a certain mystique about it, and is where David Broza recorded En ...
by Ken Franckling
A year of achievements, challenges to gender inequality, scandal and losses The year 2017 was quite something for the jazz world. Incidents or discussions of misogyny and sexual misconduct bubbled up even before the #MeToo phenomenon developed. Beyond that, woman musicians made significant contributions to the genre. International Jazz Day brought its biggest stage ...
by Gabriel Medina Arenas
New York City became the new jazz mecca during the 1920s, when many top jazz musicians from jny: Chicago and the rest of the U.S. migrated to the Big Apple. Jazz musicians from around the globe moved there every decade, knowing New York has some of the top jazz venues in the world, a dozen jazz ...
by Ian Patterson
There's a relative paucity of piano and guitar duo recordings; Bill Evans and Jim Hall in the world of jazz, Horacio Salgán and the late Ubaldo de Lio in the world of tango, and Pamela and Robert Trent in the classical world are notable exceptions. When it comes to crossover, jazz pianist Michel Camilo and flamenco ...
Featuring the music of Tomatito
by Raul d'Gama Rose
The world continues to awake to the rising tide of undiscovered music and musicians from the South American paradigm, in an almost ironic kind of reversal of Alejo Carpentier's voyage of musical discovery in his 1953 work, The Lost Steps. As this is going on, the Uruguayan violinist Federico Britos celebrates five decades in the lonely ...
Track listing: 1. De Madrid al Cielo - 5:59; 2. La paz que llevo dentro - 4:22; 3. A nuestro aire - 3:58; 4. Calle canastera - 4:26; 5. Entry (a mi papa) - 6:06; 6. Bailando - 4:49; 7. Manzana - 4:30; 8. Debajo del puente - 5:08; 9. Quisiera contarlo - 5:50 Tutti i brani sono di Jesús de Rosario, escluso 4, di de Rosario e Antonio Salazar
by AAJ Italy Staff
Madrileno, non ancora trentenne (è nato nel novembre del 1978), Jesús de Rosario è già oggi tra i più affermati chitarristi flamenco di Spagna. Ed il flamenco è il genere al quale egli si dedica in questo suo album, registrato col la collaborazione di un gran numero di musicisti, che entrano però solo a turno a ...