Innamorare: Summer Flamenco
"Innamorare: Summer Flamenco", guitarist Ottmar Liebert's 1999 release, features Liebert and his group Luna Negra drawing from a diverse palette of influences that includes not only the traditional Flamenco style that has woven its way through Liebert's signature guitar sound over the years, but also jazz, classical, Afro-beat, funk, merengue and any number of dance rhythms from around the world. Add to this a festive atmosphere of heightened emotion, and Liebert finds himself in almost the same blissful mood that surrounded his debut, "Nouveau Flamenco", released nearly a decade ago. "Innamorare: Summer Flamenco" even features a tribute/dedication to Carlos Santana, entitled "Ballad 4 Santana".
|03:58||Verano De Alegria||Instrumental|
|05:02||Ballad 4 Santana||Instrumental|
|04:41||2 The Night||Instrumental|
|03:46||Ode 2 Love||Instrumental|
|03:46||Farewell 2 Summer||Instrumental|
|Ottmar Liebert||Flamenco Guitar, Production, Photography|
|Jon Gagan||Bass Guitar, Acoustic Bass, Low Bass, Keyboard, Horn Arrangements|
|Carl "Cozmo" Coletti||Drumkit|
|Kanoa Kaluhiwa||Tenor Saxophone|
|Eric Schermerhorn||Slide Guitar, Flat Top Guitar|
|Stefan Liebert||Production, Engineering, Mixing|
|Gary Lyons||Production, Engineering, Mixing|
|Jennifer Miller||Art Direction|
|All songs written by Ottmar Liebert.
Recorded at Spiral Subwave in Santa Fe in the Summer of 1998.
Mixed at the Spiral Subwave in the Autumn of 1998.
Mastered at The Mastering Lab.