Carlos Piñana is back,
putting and end to two years of
silence with his brand new album
“Manos Libres” (“Free Hands”)
where he applies the lyricism and
modulations that define his style
and make him a different and
personal musician. It’s impossible not to recall the sound from “Cal-libiri” or “Palosanto”, gathered
here as the quintessence of what we call the “sound piñanero”.
He has a style between flamenco and classical guitar, but not a common classical
guitar at all. As a young and enterprising musician opened to the new sounds of the age he is
living, he’s got the profile of a contemporary guitar composer. This is music in motion;
flamenco and contemporary guitar naturally fuse together into their own sensitivity to
express Carlos Piñana’s personal style.