Sastipén talí


Sastipén talí

 

Flamenco guitar CDPaco Fernández his album "Sastipén talí", which means 'health and freedom' in caló (language spoken by gypsies), is the first solo record by Paco Fernández. In this album, the famous guitarist is accompanied by great flamenco figures Dorantes, Diego de Morao, Potito, "El Farru" and his siblings Esperanza Fernandez and Jose Fernandez. The lyrics and the music on almost all the themes in the record have been composed by Paco Fernández himself, who can even be heard singing on some of them.

Album tracks:flamenco CD Sastipén talí

  1. Sastipén Talí – Alegría - 6'55''
  2. La Tarara – Rumba - 3'58''
  3. Moma Lebrija – Bulería - 6'14''
  4. Guitarrista Pobre – Jaleo - 3'51''
  5. Gandhi - Soleá por Bulerías - 5'55''
  6. Mira lo que da Triana – Tango - 5'33''
  7. Do, Re, Mi – Bulería - 4'43''
  8. La Fragua de mi Pare Curro – Seguiriya - 4'01''
  9. Chache Curro Romero – Bulería - 3'25''
  10. Mi Hija Soleá – Nana – 4’30”

Two sides can be distinguished on Sastipén talí. A more orthodox one, appreciable in the seguiriya ‘La Fragua de mi pare Curro’ or in the bulerías dedicated to his mother Pepa Vargas, ‘Momá Lebrija’, in which his brother Joselito and Farruco appear on baile. And a more heterodox one is glimpsed in ‘La Tarara’, performed by his sister Esperanza Fernández; in ‘Do, re, mi’, bulerías paying tribute to great artists such as Mozart, Picasso, Lorca and Falla; and in the alegrías of the same name as the first album by the Sevillian guitarist, ‘Sastipén Talí’, in which Potito's voice appears. The jaleos ‘Guitarrista pobre’, the soleá through bulería ‘Gandhi’, the tangos ‘Mira lo que da Triana’, the lullaby ‘Mi hija Soleá’ and the bulerías ‘Chache Curro Romero’ complete the range of songs making up the first record of the multi-faceted Triana-born artist.