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José De Castro

José De Castro - Live - 2009 - Jopilines

Many modern Spanish guitarists have released good, instrumental, rock, metal and fusion guitar-oriented records. Sadly, many of these albums receive little or no exposure. Check out the work of Tony Hernando, Tony Baena, David Garcia, Manu Herrera, Porty (Antonio Portillo), Robert H. Rodrigo and David Valdes, all great guitarists who deserve a wider audience. Jose De Castro is a great musician, composer and in-demand session guitarist. He tours constantly and is a stupendous stage musician. José has said that "If you work as a pop guitarist on tours and recordings, you can earn a lot of money. If you try to play jazz, blues, heavy metal, then everything changes totally and you have to do alternative things (such as give classes) to earn your living". This all instrumental double "Live" album was recorded on 21st & 22nd November, 2007 at "Rigoberta Menchu" Theater, Leganes, Madrid, Spain. It’s got funk, fusion, blues and many more elements and is HR by A.O.O.F.C. Some of José's influences include Hendrix, Beck, Clapton, Brent Mason, Eric Johnson, Andy Timmons, Mark Knopfler, David Gilmour, Joe Satriani, Jake E. Lee, Paul Gilbert and Vinnie Moore. Buy José's “Un Poco De Lo Mío” album and promote real music and the lesser known artists. Read an interview with José @ http://www.guitar9.com/interview138.html [All tracks @ 320 Kbps: File size = 206 Mb]


CD 1

1. Atmosphere 4:30
2. For You 4:39
3. Pasos En Las Cuerdas/Train 7:22
4. Conversation 4:50
5. Hot Sounds 6:10
6. When She Walks 5:21
7. Tic, Tac, Time 7:24
8. Entrando En La Noche 4:31

CD 2

1. Pasion 5:33
2. M.K. 4:23
3. Crazy Chicken 3:35
4. Lullaby 5:07
5. Groovemania 5:42
6. Thousand Words 6:31
7. Dynamic 6:50
8. Tornado 5:24

All tracks composed by Jose De Castro


Jose De Castro - Guitar
Jose Vera - Bass
Alexis Hernandez - Hammond Organ
Enzo Filippone - Drums

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