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for EAC/APE version if interested.rnrnrnPug the SmokerrnrnrnCD : Ottmar Liebert + Luna Negra / Solo Para Ti [P]1992rnrn1. When I\'m With U/Everything I Ever Needed rn2. Reaching Out 2 U (Todos Bajo La Misma Luna) rn3. Merengue De Alegrias (Candy 4 My Soul) rn4. Deep In Your Heart Listen Listenrn5. Danza Viva (My Heart Grows Wings) rn6. Promise (Beyond The Mountains) rn7. Samba Pa Ti (Thru Every Step In Life U Find Freedom From Within) rn8. Lilac Sun rn9. Black Hair In The Wind rn10. Duende Del Amor (Day) rn11. Duende Del Amor (Night) rn12. Dawn In A New World rn13. Whispering Hills rn14. Arrow W/O DestinationrnrnProduct Details:rnrn * Audio CD (March 24, 1992)rn * Original Release Date: March 24, 1992rn * Number of Discs: 1rn * Label: Sonyrn * ASIN: B0000027RDrn * Also Available in: Audio CassetternrnrnOttmar Liebert plays a very good guitar and he wants to share his expertise with a global audience. His music is truly beautiful andrnvery relaxing. When listening to this CD you can partake in just about any activity. If you like to read or have creative endevorsrnthis is perfect music that stimulates but does not demand your complete attention. The songs for the most part are very mellow.rnLush and lyrical the arraignments are a sophisticated blend of pop flamenco that works. There is an intersting version of thern"Marvin Gaye\'s" classic "Mercy, Mercy, Me". The difference here is that it is sung in Spanish in a flamenco style that would makernthe deceased Motown artist proud. Lots of good tunes here, with a variety of tempos to keep your interest. One of Lieberts betterrnefforts that he has released over the years, this CD has withstood the test of time. Released in 1992, the fine instrumentationrnkeeps it alive. A highlight from this CD is the duet with Carlos Santana which I never get tired of. The song is \'Samba Pa Ti",rnoriginally penned and made famous by Santana. The different arraignment makes it hardly recognizeable as Liebert has taken creativernfreedom to make something new. The music is enchanting and bordering on mystical inspiration. An excellent addition to any completerncollection of nuevo flamenco.