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Entre dos Aguas is the first compilation album by the Spanish guitarist and composer Paco de Lucía.

Original 1975 LP tracklisting

  1. "Entre dos aguas"
  2. "Los pinares"
  3. "Jerezana"
  4. "En la caleta"
  5. "Punta del Faro"
  6. "Fandangos"
  7. "Malagueña de Lecuona"
  8. "Zarda de Monty"
  9. "Serrania de Málaga"
  10. "Andalucía de Lecuona"
  11. "Rumba improvisada"
  12. "Plazuela"

A CD version was released in 1981, one of the first commercial CDs. The tracklisting is the following:

  1. "Entre Dos Aguas" (1973)
  2. "Zorongo Gitano" (1972)
  3. "Río Ancho" (1976)
  4. "En La Caleta" (1972)
  5. "Convite" (1981)
  6. "Monasterio De Sal" (1981)
  7. "Panaderos Flamencos" (1969)
  8. "Punta Umbría" (1967)
  9. "Chanela" (1981)
  10. "La Niña De Puerta Oscura" (1972)
  11. "Castro Marín" (1981)
  12. "Gua'iras De Lucía" (1972)
  13. "Mantilla De Feria" (1969)
  14. "El Vito" (1972)

Additional musicians

Original LP musicians Ramón de Algeciras - Guitar on 1,2,6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12

Jose Torregrosa - Director musical on 5,6

Enrique Jimenez - Guitar on 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12

Cepero Isidro de Sanlucar - Guitar on 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12

Julio Vallejo - Guitar on 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12

1981 CD version additional musicians

Jose Torregrosa - Guitar on 1,4,8. Director on 3.

Francisco Sanchez - Guitar on 4,8,12.

Federico Garcia Lorca - Director on 2, 14.

M. Lopez Quiroga - Director on 10.

Tracks not mentioned owned and composed by Paco de Lucía.




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