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Innamorare, Summer Flamenco


Download links and information about Innamorare, Summer Flamenco by Ottmar Liebert. This album was released in 1999 and it belongs to New Age, Rock, World Music, Alternative genres. It contains 14 tracks with total duration of 01:01:39 minutes.

Artist: Ottmar Liebert
Release date: 1999
Genre: New Age, Rock, World Music, Alternative
Tracks: 14
Duration: 01:01:39
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No. Title Length
1. Verano de Alegria / Summer of Joy 3:58
2. Nightflower / Red Moon Over Santa Fe 4:25
3. Ballad 4 Santana 5:02
4. Alameda / Music 4 Low-Riders 4:07
5. Bella / Saturday Morning in Forte Dei Marmi 4:08
6. Spanish Steps / Rome in May 4:48
7. 2 the Night / XL Version 4:41
8. Borboletta / Wings of Moonlight 4:06
9. Aquarhythms / Following the Clouds 5:02
10. Summer Lovesong / Earth Feels Like Heaven 4:46
11. Funky Poet / June Bug 4:40
12. Ode 2 Love 3:45
13. Desert Elysium 4:26
14. Farewell 2 Summer 3:45



After recent excursions into classical and dance music, Liebert returns to the simple, toe-tappin' joys of his early-'90s works on Innamorarae: Summer Flamenco, but with a few exciting first-time twists: a vibrant horn section and a full drum kit played by Carl "Cozmo" Coletti. With their loping, gently swaying melodies punctuated by aggressive, percussive hooks, plucky tunes like "Verano de Alegria," "Spanish Steps," and "2 the Night" are spirited, Caribbean-flavored reminders of his first radio hit, "Barcelona Nights," only with bursting brass harmony lines, extra drum kick (including drum and percussion duets), and subtle blues organ underpinnings. Liebert has always balanced his exuberance with touches of melancholy, but here the reflective moments give way to the summer sun; on tunes like the tribute "Ballad 4 Santana," Liebert weaves gently around Jon Gagan's sly, mournful bassline before the horns spark a festive fire, which in turn spurs the guitarist's upbeat spirit. With its brisk, 6/8 rhythm scheme and colorful improvisations off a folksy melody, "Alameda" is a mariachi-styled piece that blends brooding darkness with seductive glints of light. As producer, Liebert takes more chances with enhancing moods through unique instrumentation. Indian tablas and Mike Middleton's muted trumpet spruce up the hypnotic atmosphere on "Desert Elysian," while Eric Schermerhorn's twangy slide guitar adds a dash of cowboy spunk to "Borboletta."