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01 Puertas de Otoño 4'09
02 Luzanda 2'28
03 En el aire 5'47
04 La seis de la mañana 4'00
05 Tio Milio 5'04
06 Eclipse of the moon 4'29
07 Torea 4'51
08 Sarapé 4'09
09 Noche en Blanco 3'34
10 Palomas de Noche 3'13
NOCHE EN BLANCO le 6 nov.2012
11 Veinte años 3'11
2012 ©Musi'Caló Productions
12 Ladrón de Sueño 3'52
Distribution: Harmonia Mundi

Juan De Lerida: guitar
Marcelino Claveria “Martcho”: vocals
Juan del Pocho: rhythm guitar
David Claveria“El Diablo”: cajon
Viviane Szabó: buzuki, percussions
Maria Fernandez: backing vocals
José Claveria & Tana Claveria: palmas
Olivier Batlle: electric-bass, double-bass
Kim Dan Le Oc Mach: violin


• Special guests
Dorantes piano
Tchavolo Schmitt guitar
01 Sopa de Pan 3'12
02 Cielo 6'09
03 Quimeras 6'22
04 Buscando Amores 2'50
05 38 - 5'21
06 Sobrino Jessy 2'32
07 Madrid 5'49
08 Colores en tu pelo 5'28
09 Palancana 3'51
10 Lerida 7'03
11 Plaza Santa Ana 3'46
2008 ©Juan De Lerida
12 Entrevista 4'04
Distribution: Harmonia Mundi

« No imitation then, no caricatures either in this combination of notes and rhythms where the varied influences criss-cross and add to each other, thereby enriching the exciting language of flamenco. Juan De Lerida ' s version of flamenco opens itself to the world and opens the whole world to us.

It ' s not surprising that the man who produces such music is self-taught. Learning next to someone else tends to curb inspiration rather than develop it, and it ' s often necessary to forget everything in order to become creative oneself. The self-taught man doesn ' t face this problem because he ' s only learned and retained what is vital for him, so he often dares to do what other musicians wouldn ' t even be capable of dreaming up.

It ' s not surprising either that the man who ' s offering us this music is someone born outside his native land, for his music has chosen to live outside his homeland, for his music is one of integration where the different influences blend beautifully to produce music that is so many things at once[...]. » - Rémi Raemackers