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Jim Opfer

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Early Vicente - Stunning 

I came across this on Youtube.
It shows just how fantastic Vicente's playing and compositional tallent is. The video's not great quality but the genius shines through.
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duende

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RE: Early Vicente - Stunning (in reply to Jim Opfer

lucky for me i´ve already seen it, cause theres no link here

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Doitsujin

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RE: Early Vicente - Stunning (in reply to Jim Opfer

Yes I also saw the videos.. Vicente is excellent. And I like to see that he still has his buddys from the past in his actual group. They seem to be good friends.
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rombsix

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RE: Early Vicente - Stunning (in reply to Jim Opfer

So, when are we going to get that link?

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  REPORT THIS POST AS INAPPROPRIATE |  Date Mar. 15 2009 13:41:50
 
Jim Opfer

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RE: Early Vicente - Stunning (in reply to duende

quote:

lucky for me i´ve already seen it, cause theres no link here


Oops! here it is,
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Ricardo

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RE: Early Vicente - Stunning (in reply to Jim Opfer

When vicente was young he had a mullet, played Gerundino, and later just long hair sometimes pulled back. After his Second album, he shaved his head. This vid looks like it was from that time, when Poeta (3rd album) came out, and his hair was growing out.

Strange the music is almost all from his first album....but....the intro to Alegria is from Ciudad de Las Ideas (his 4th solo album), and some of the falsetas remind more of the Poeta version arrangement. Also strange is he has Jose Parra singing (who sings on Poeta) but NOT in the alegrias (the cante highlight of the album)!

Anyway, nice find.

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