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Dudnote

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Paco Peña interview - BBC Radio 3 

Skip the first 2 minutes or so...
https://www.bbc.co.uk/radio/play/b0b9w3zq

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RE: Paco Peña interview - BBC Radio 3 (in reply to Dudnote

thanks for posting. I love the guy, very very different than Paco but I grew up listening to him ALL the time. So clean playing specially his tremolos.

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RE: Paco Peña interview - BBC Radio 3 (in reply to tk

quote:

I love the guy, very very different than Paco


Not only very different than PDL, but in my opinion better than the later PDL and his "ensemble." Paco Pena is the most traditional of the well known flamenco guitarists on the circuit today. May he continue for many more years.

Bill

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RE: Paco Peña interview - BBC Radio 3 (in reply to Dudnote

Interesting .... my exact same sentiment about Bach and the chaconne.... it’s like flamenco but a bit on the modern jazz side with all the super locrian scales and such....

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RE: Paco Peña interview - BBC Radio 3 (in reply to Dudnote

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