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Customer Reviews

Nothing like his previous cd "Paz".

Paz was such a wonderful cd , I knew that it will be so hard to follow that . Nino is a wonderfull musician . This project does not have the impact of Paz , Im missing the sound of Joe Lovano , and the arrangement of Paz . Waltz for Bill and La partida are my favorite tracks .

Great music!

My goodness this is a great album! I first heard about Nino via his "Paz" album, which is a wonderful tribute to the pianist Bill Evans. Sure, he's got flamenco chops to burn, but they never seem to override the music, as these are great compositions. He is developing a fantastic hybrid between jazz and flamenco. I am always on the look out for nylon string jazz guitar, as there really aren't that many practitioners, and Nino does not disappoint. He is quickly becoming one of my favorite players. There is a spot on backup band to boot, with a great drummer, trombone and bass player. If that weren't enough, there are some tracks with very tasteful classical strings to add to the vibe. I love to support musicians like this and I eagerly await his follow up albums.

Great Spanish music

Great album!! Specially for those who like spanish music and musicians suchs a Camaron, Paco de Lucia or Tomatito. I don't think is a better or a worse album than Paz, it's just different. Paz is not about flamenco, it's about Josele's interpretation of Evan's music and as a result, an unforgettable album came out. This is more classical flamenco music, and I love it!!


Genre: Latino

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

The neo-flamenco guitarist Niño Josele, born Juan Jose Heredia in Almería in 1974, comes from a long line of traditional Spanish musicians and, like most children born to musical families, started playing as a child. Unlike his forebears, though, he has made a trademark of versatility, especially since the 2006 release of Paz, his critically lauded dedication to the jazz pianist Bill Evans. With contributions from such jazz luminaries as Joe Lavano and Marc Johnson, Paz, a collection of reconfigured...
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Española, Niño Josele
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  • $8.91
  • Genres: World, Music
  • Released: Nov 03, 2009

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