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Juan Carranza's voice is not his best asset. It has a nasal tone and sounds lightly piercing and thin, as it lacks rich harmonics. But the man can sing in tune and convincingly negotiate ornamented melodies. In fact, his voice has considerably improved since the rare vocal songs found on his previous albums — and luckily too, since nine of the ten tracks on Mareas feature his singing. Carranza's songs have charm, appeal, and the overemphasized feelings one expects from nuevo flamenco music. His singing pushes aside his stellar guitar playing, which is truly a shame, and his songwriting is somewhat more conventional than the instrumental tunes featured on his first two CDs. His accompanying group has been completely revamped and now consists of a bassist (Sylvain Lafrance) and three percussionists adding Spanish, Latin, and North African colors. The absence of flutist François Richard further tones down the Latin jazz mood woven into Playa Gitana. On the other hand, the songs are spirited, lively, full of sun and sand. Carranza delivers a more than honest performance, especially in "Mareas," "Persiguiendo la Luna," and "Viento Embrujado." If his songs bear a less distinctive signature than his instrumentals, they will nonetheless appeal to a wider audience. ~ François Couture, Rovi


Género: Músicas del mundo

Años de actividad: '90s, '00s

Hailing from Montreal Canada but of Costa Rican origins, Juan José Carranza is known for his flamboyant guitar playing. He has developed a highly percussive technique that allows him to incorporate Latin rhythms into his nuevo flamenco. His first solo album, Flamenco de la Costa, came out in 1998, followed by Playa Gitana in 2000. Carranza's parents are from Costa Rica, but he was born in the United States and raised in New York City. Growing up, he was surrounded by Latin rhythms (Tito Puente,...
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