Fuente y Caudal

Fuente y Caudal
Paco de Lucía

Fuente y Caudal


Recorded in 1973, this album signified a leap in the popularity of Paco de Lucía. With this recording, a new cycle of his career began. The Algeciran found himself at a level of technical and stylistic perfection never previously reached by any Flamenco artist. As much in creative as interpretative terms the level of maturity of the young guitarist brought to fruition an astonishing array of means of expression. Paco de Lucía achieved international as well as national recognition with the release of this album, owing greatly to the popularity of the rumba ‘Entre Dos Aguas’, which was only added at the last minute because only seven tracks had been recorded for the album up to that point.
Released in 1973, Fuente y Caudal had a significant impact on people following the career of the Algeciran closely, and attracted the interest of many people previously indifferent to this type of music. In turn, the recording would also prove decisive for the new generation of Flamenco guitarists for whom Paco has been both maestro and mentor.
The technical feat of the fadeout he uses in tangos, bulerías and bulerías por soleá. 

  • Paco de Lucía: guitar.
  • Ramón de Algeciras: second guitar.

Entre dos aguas (Rumba)

Aires choqueros (Fandangos de Huelva)

Reflejo de luna (Granaína)

Solera (Bulerías por Soleá)

Fuente y caudal (Taranta)

Cepa andaluza (Bulerías)

Los pinares (Tangos)

Plaza de San Juan (Alegrías).


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Aires Choqueros

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Reflejo de la luna

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Fuente y Caudal