Sugar One

Alejandro Junco

Sugar One
Performed By Alejandro Junco
Album UPC 889211306220
CD Baby Track ID TR0001169217
Label Alejandro Junco
Released 2004-03-21
BPM 105
Rated 0
ISRC uscgh1508277
Year 2004
Spotify Plays 0
Songtrust Track ID 296099
Writer Jose Alejandro Junco
Songwriter ID 66803
Pub Co CD Baby Publishing
Composer Jose Alejandro Junco
ClearanceFacebook Sync License,Traditional Sync,YouTube Sync ServiceOne Stop
Publisher Admin CD Baby Publishing
Rights Controlled Master and Publishing
Rights One-Stop: Master + 100% Publishing
Original/Cover/Public Domain original
Country United States - California


This is an Acoustic Guitars Mexican World Fusion album highlighting Rumba Flamenca, Jazz, Cuban Son and Mexican Huapango


Growing up in the 70’s, as a boy listening to bands like Yes, Led Zeppelin, Santana, Deep Purple, Rush, Pink Floyd, Return to Forever, Genesis, AC/DC, Jean Luc Ponty, etc., and after getting an acoustic guitar from my mom -of course after previous constant requests- playing along with these records, became a daily routine. Later on, this music solidly influenced my future compositions.
Later, in the mid 80’s, rock music in Spanish speaking countries such as Argentina, Spain, and eventually Mexico, singing lyrics in Spanish became a trend; this was the context on which some of the rock bands in which I participate, KABAH, FUEGO NEGRO, FATA MORGANA, all fusion-rock bands, were formed. After our first performances I realized that there was always something magical attached to the audience’s positive response to our original music, this fact really made a difference to keep me going, in a positive way and started to make a living out of performing my own compositions.
My first contact with Flamenco/Jazz fusion music happened at this same period of time by listening at the amazing and unique acoustic guitar trio formed by John McLaughlin, Al Dimeola and Paco de Lucía. This was a major influence in my approach to music, since then, I understood the infinite possibilities of the acoustic guitar.
By 1991, OBSIDIANA, an acoustic guitar duet project was formed. Throughout 20 years, with great musicians’ contributions, I produced 5 albums with original instrumental music described as Flamenco, Rock- Jazz and Mexican Huapango Fusion, otherwise known as World Music.
This album" A Contracorriente" was recorded in 2004, and each track fusions all the above described music styles.

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