José Luis Encinas

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José Luis Encinas
Born 1966 (age 50–51)
Palencia, Spain
Origin Madrid, Spain
Genres New flamenco, instrumental, jazz, world, Spanish guitar
Occupation(s) Musician, guitarist, composer
Instruments Guitar
Years active 1995–present
Labels Virgin, Narada, Iberautor, EMI Music, Nuba

José Luis Encinas (born 1966 in Palencia, Spain) is a guitarist. But his family settled in the Spanish Salamanca.

He began playing the guitar at age 13. In 1997 he released his debut album titled Duende, this album was a gold record in Spain, and was published in the United States by the label Narada Records. Over 100,000 copies of the record were sold.


Studio albums[edit]

  • Duende (1997)
  • Aurora (1999)
  • Remolino (2000)
  • Guitarra Romántica (2001)
  • Travesura (2003)
  • Guitarras en Shanghai (2004)
  • La Herida Lenta (2006)
  • Guitarras y Lobos (2010); CD and DVD

Other compilation appearances[edit]

  • Gypsy Soul: New Flamenco (1998) (Narada)
  • Obsession: New Flamenco Romance (1999) (Narada)
  • Global Transmissions (2000) (Narada)
  • Gypsy Fire (2000) (Narada)
  • Tabu: Mondo Flamenco (2001) (Narada)
  • Best of Narada New Flamenco Guitar (2003) (Narada)
  • Barcelona: Music Celebrating the Flavors of the World (2004) (Williams-Sonoma)
  • The World of the Spanish Guitar Vol. 1 (2011) (Higher Octave Music)

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