02011-10-27 | Uncategorized | 5 comments

You may remember this melody from this year’s performances – in fact I think we started performing it last year already. It’s the rumba section, located at the end of a new tangos that doesn’t have a title yet.

I started humming the melody in the control room, then played it on the Flamenco guitar, then tried it on the electric guitar, but it really came together when I improvised a counterpoint to the Flamenco guiar melody on the electric. After listening a bunch of times I wrote this and this.

Percussion and keyboards will be added, but the breakdown section of just Flamenco guitar, electric guitar and kick drum will remain as is.


  1. yumi

    I Iove innovation. It keeps everything fresh, doesn’t it?
    Thank you for sharing the music. That’s exciting.

  2. Kaz

    Very sweet to ear! Sounds like you selected only the sweetest of notes. I can understand why you listened to it 30x. I guess we have the same taste in great music. Bravo sounds wonderful! Thank you.

  3. dave

    Simply nice.

  4. Boris


  5. Guy

    Can’t wait to have that song/CD playing in my car!


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