He played first guitar at the world famous La Maestranza in Madrid. Sensuous and perfectly dreamy, the songs are by no means solely dominated by Josete Ordoñez's guitar. On his many travels from the Meditarreanean coast to the South China Sea, he discovered plucked string instruments like the Vietnamese Dantú and the Mexican Vihuela, and played them on this album. The impression of summery serenity is underlined by Vietnamese singer Nsut Song Tao, who lends the track 'Hanoi' a sweet, exotic color. This flair is contrasted by flamenco singers Ana Salazar and Monica Molina, who add slightly wild and archaic elements with their raw and haunting Gitano voices and sweetly beseeching melismas in songs like 'Titirimundi' or 'Date a Volar'.
And again and again, Josete Ordoñez's guitar brings everything together and leads us to a secret place, where we find all the things we have ever lost. For further information - http://www.ozellamusic.com/index.php?id=403&L=1 Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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|Piedras y Rosas (Blank & Jones Balearic Chill Remix)|
|Piedras y Rosas (Blank & Jones Balearic Relax Remix)|
|Titirimundi (Ganga Remix) [feat. Ana Salazar]|