OLE SWING have done it again. If yesterday they dazzled, today they amaze. That unusual and exciting exercise of style that was their debut “Swing Ibérico” has become an unstoppable party, without space-time limits. A “SUEÑO GITANO” of pure joy that is unleashed invoking the spirit of Duke Ellington, and rises to infinity intoxicating with rhythm and Parisian glamour the very essence of “María de la O” (shuddering Eva Durán on vocals), “El Relicario”, “Mi Jaca”, “Sevilla”, “Recuerdos de la Alhambra” and other inmortal melodies of the Spanish musical soul.
From the nod to Oscar Alemán in the delicious reading of “Dos Gardenias”, to the glorious explosion in a cover of “Volando Voy” for History (with a great Antonio Carmona in the role of flamenco chansonnier), OLE SWING definitively owns the invisible ties between Flamenco and Manouche, Gypsy and Gitano, Duende and Swing, Paco de Lucía and Django… The best of both worlds.”