El Dorado

Release date
15 May 2012
Running length
14 tracks
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    Track     Duration Listeners
1 Los Ojos 3:42 28
2 El Dorado 5:34 48
3 Desperado 5:26 52
4 Medianoche 4:04 25
5 Guapa 4:37 51
6 Dos Guitarras 4:29 32
7 Summer Breeze 3:50 29
8 Hurry Up 3:36 19
9 Rio Mamoré 4:57 15
10 Dreaming 5:16 38
11 Kolibri 4:50 17
12 Conquistador 2:59 36
13 Puesta Del Sol 5:50 31
14 Desperado (Radio Edit) 4:03 12

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El Dorado - reviewed by Bill Binkelman on 11/4/2012 - ZoneMusicRepoter.com -

You can never tell where great music will spring forth from, geographically speaking. The musical world is shrinking all the time due to incredible advances in recording technology. As a result, it shouldn’t come as a surprise that one of the hottest nuevo flamenco ensembles currently recording has its roots in Germany. Luna Blanca is poised to ascend to the top tier of that sub genre thanks to their newest release, the energizing and hugely unique El Dorado. Here is an album to play if you need to perk things up, as many of the 14 tracks are infused with enough sizzle and spice to make even tired and cranky music reviewers want to get up and get down! It’s not as if nuevo flamenco is a staid, boring style of music (far from it), but what these cats do with it is like taking a recipe for some hot Thai dish and then, just for the lulz, throwing in some ghost chili peppers (the hottest peppers available). As if jalapeno or habanero peppers weren’t hot enough, they go and really spice things up a bit.

The brilliance of El Dorado is how Luna Blanca put their individual stamp of fusion on flamenco music. Whether this is due to their German roots or some other factor is irrelevant.

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