Latin Touch

Latin Touch

by Enrique CoriaEnrique Coria




Enrique Coria's second solo recording for Acoustic Disc is a mixture of solo, duo, and trio settings by a variety of South American composers. Producer David Grisman, who earlier hired Coria for his quintet, is a special guest on "Delicado," engaging the guitarist in some terrific interplay in this upbeat piece. Coria arranged Lito Vitale's "Milonga del 71" for a duet with another Grisman sideman, flutist Matt Eakle. But the most compelling pairings feature Coria with bandoneon player Walter Rios, including one by bandoneon master Astor Piazzolla (with whom Rios played), the moving ballad "Adios Nonino," and another by bandoneonist Anibal Trollo, the charming tango waltz "Romance de Barrio." Coria especially shines on the solo track. These exemplary performances by this masterful guitarist deserve a follow-up recording.

Product Details

Release Date: 04/22/1997
Label: Acoustic Disc
UPC: 0715949102325
catalogNumber: 23

Album Credits

Performance Credits

Enrique Coria   Primary Artist,Guitar
Matt Eakle   Flute
David Grisman   Mandolin
Paul Hanson   Oboe
Rubén Lobo   Percussion
Carlos Crespo   Pan Flute/Pan Pipes,Bamboo Flute
Walter Ríos   Band
Nicolás "Colacho" Brizuela   Guitar

Technical Credits

Enrique Coria   Producer
Larry Cummings   Engineer
David Dennison   Engineer
David Grisman   Producer
Craig Miller   Executive Producer
Dexter Johnson   Liner Notes
D. Brent Hauseman   Artwork
Acho Manzi   Liner Notes
Alfredo Le Pera   Composer
Gustavo "Cuchi" Leguizamón   Composer

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