Chano Domínguez

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Chano Domínguez in 2007.

Chano Domínguez (born Sebastián Domínguez Lozano; 29 March 1960, Cádiz) is a Spanish Latin jazz, post bop and flamenco pianist. He began in the progressive rock group CAI before moving on to jazz.[1]

Domínguez's initial interest in jazz came from jazz fusion groups like Mahavishnu Orchestra or Weather Report, but later he became interested in Bill Evans and Thelonious Monk.[2]

Discography[edit]

  • Chano Nuba Records 1993
  • 10 de Paco versions of Paco de Lucía's songs, with Jorge Pardo and Tino di Geraldo, 1994.
  • Hecho a mano (with Tomatito), 1995
  • Coplas de Madrugá (With Martirio ) 1996
  • En directo Café Central 1998
  • Tú no sospechas, (With Marta Valdés) 2000
  • Imán (with Enrique Morente), 1999
  • Mira como viene, 2003
  • Oye como viene, 2003
  • 1993-2003, 2004
  • Con alma (with George Mraz and Jeff Ballard), 2005
  • Cuentos del mundo, 2005
  • Flamenco Jazz, 2005
  • Acoplados (with Martirio), 2004
  • New Flamenco Sound, 2006.
  • Acércate más, 2004
  • Quartier Latin (with Paquito D'Rivera), 2009
  • Piano Ibérico (Blue Note)2010
  • Flamenco skectches (Blue Note) 2011
  • Chano &Josele (Calle54 Records ) 2012

Web sources[edit]

  1. ^ Profile, WorldMusicCentral.org; accessed 16 November 2014.
  2. ^ Profile Archived August 27, 2007, at the Wayback Machine., FlamencoWorld.com; accessed 16 November 2014.

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