Gino D'Auri, Italian by birth, musician by inspiration, flamenco by fate. The guitarist has spent 25 years touring and performing with the best in Europe and the United States. His debut recording "Passion Play" was a favorite of progressive flamenco lovers worldwide as his personal style features virtuoso improvisation, a contemporary sound, and an intense emotion which comes from living in the flamenco spirit. "Flamenco Mystico" features music improvised on flamenco themes by D'Auri, except for "Recuerdos De La Alhambra" by Francisco Tarrega. Themes such as the Moorish influence on Spain ("Los Moros", title track), the late gypsy guitarist Sabicas ("Rondena Para Sabicas") and flamenco dance ("Quelo De Triana", "Guajira Antigue") are explored.
|05:34||Quelo De Triana||Instrumental|
|11:35||Rondena Para Sabicas||Instrumental|
|05:44||Recuerdos De La Alhambra||Instrumental|
|Gino D'Auri||Fernandez Guitar, Ramirez Guitar, Emulator Drum|
|Teja Bell||Keyboards, Steinberger Bass, D-50, JD800, Wind, String Arrangement, Engineering, Mixing|
|Leonice||Kanjira, Dumbek, Coconut Shell, Tabla, Pakawaj|
|Stephen Hill||Production, Engineering, Mixing, Digital Editing, Assembly, Mastering, Art Direction|
|Bob Ohlsson||Engineering, Mixing|
|Hilary Davis||Graphic Design, Image Editing, Graphic Production|
|Wernher Kruthein||Original Fire Image|
|Keith Critchlow||Sacred Geometry|
|Recorded and mixed July 1991 to February 1992 at Teja Bell's Samurai Sound, Petaluma, CA.
Digital editing, assembly and mastering performed at Hearts of Space Studio.