|Road to Sevilla||Silk Road|| |
|Blue Fire||Diamond Dust|| |
|Full Moon||Diamond Dust|| |
|Flamenco del Corazon||Silk Road|| |
|Paz y Amor||Silk Road|| |
|The Grand Night||Diamond Dust|| |
|Nostalgia||Diamond Dust|| |
|Amor Amor||Silk Road|| |
|Two Hearts One Soul||Two Hearts One Soul|| |
|CA - Wind Coast||Two Hearts One Soul|| |
Miguel de la Bastide is a Trinidad-born Flamenco composer and virtuoso guitarist who first appeared on the scene in 1996 on the CD compilation Flamenco: Fire and Grace under the record label Narada Productions that placed him alongside some of Spain's most prominent guitarists, including Paco de Lucía, Tomatito and Rafael Riqueni to name a few. Since then, he has appeared on numerous other Flamenco and Nuevo Flamenco compilations. He is the only guitarist from Trinidad and Tobago that has had success recording in the flamenco genre and is also a recipient of the Chalmers Award and Toronto Arts Council Award.
Ottmar Liebert is a German guitarist, songwriter and producer best known for his Spanish-influenced music. A five-time Grammy Award nominee, Liebert has received 38 Gold and Platinum certifications in the United States, as well as certifications in Canada, Australia and New Zealand. His debut album Nouveau Flamenco was certified Platinum in the United States.